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Ostrich Vegetable Stew Recipe

What does Ostrich meat taste like? Ostrich meat tastes like beef.

Ostrich Meat is a red meat low in fat and is used in any recipe using red meat. Ostrich meat is naturally low in fat and is used for frying, stewing, sautéing or in any of dish as a substitute for beef.

Ostrich Vegetable Stew Recipe

Ostrich Meat is a red meat low in fat and is used in any recipe using red meat.


1 ½ pounds cleaned ostrich

4 cloves garlic crushed

2 diced medium sized tomatoes

1 medium onion, sliced

1 cup baby carrots

2 cups peeled diced yucca 

3 cups green beans

1 teaspoon lemon juice

2 teaspoons coriander

1 hot pepper chopped

2 cups vegetable stock

Salt and pepper to taste


In a large pot on medium heat, add oil then sauté garlic one minute. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer covered for 30 minutes.

Did you know Ostrich Meat is a red meat low in fat and is used in any recipe using red meat.

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