I bought what I thought was a rutabaga and a turnip, (thats how it was marked at the store) turns out I ended up with two rutabagas. The recipe only calls for the turnip but I had to be different, ha that'll teach me! The recipe also calls for sun-dried tomatoes of which I had none left, though I thought I did. So instead I added a can of diced tomatoes. Maybe these are some of the reasons it was not a favorite for us. I should give this one more shot, exactly as the recipe dictates. Then I can feel better about discarding the recipe if we don't love it.
Season ribs with salt and pepper and brown the ribs on all sides.Remove and set aside.
Add onion and vegetables; cook until lightly browned and tender. Add tomatoes and spices; stir to combine. Next add ribs back to pot and add the wine; simmer until slightly reduced. Finally add broth; cover and bring back to simmer. Tranfer pot to 350 degree oven and braise until ribs are tender, about 2 hours.
We love beef short ribs, even if they are not in a favorite sauce recipe. They are always fall off the bone, melt in your mouth deliciousness. Just go ahead and search the internet and you will find dozens of different ways to make these. And they will always be fall off the bone delicious.
Michael and Carla