How to Make Cow’s Tongue in Sauce
- Take a sauce pan and fill with water.
- Put the tongue in boiling water and let it boil till the tongue’s skin is tender, roughly about 15 minutes.
- Remove and wash it in cold water and strip the outer whitish skin. Rub lime juice on the tongue.
- Next, put the tongue in the saucepan again. Fill up with water until it is completely covered.
- Cover up and let boil over medium heat. Include tomato, garlic, onions, red bell peppers, bay leaves, cloves, cinnamon, oregano, celery, carrots, cilantro and Worcestershire sauce.
- Reduce heat to low, cover up, and let cook for about 3 hours, until the tongue is tender.
- If you see that the water has evaporated, include more accordingly to maintain the level.
- When the tongue is soft, preserve the liquid and transfer the tongue to a chop board. Slash it into thin slices.
- Add the boiled tongue to the blender and liquefy. Then strain.
- Put 1 ½ cup strained liquid in the saucepan. Include 3 cloves, raisins, Spanish olives, petite pois, ketchup, mustard, salt, and pepper to taste.
- Bring the mixture it to a boil. Let seethe for 20 minutes.
- Dispense sauce on top of the tongue and serve with rice or any other sideline you like.
Cow’s tongue is famous across the world and is loved by many people all over the world.
Some countries, including Canada and specifically the province of Alberta, export large quantities of beef tongue.
The tongue of a cow is also known as a beef tongue or neat's tongue.