- Yes, and I liked it
- Yes, and I didn't like it
- No, but I'd like to try it
- No, and I wouldn't try that
- WTF is tripe?
Despite its somewhat fishy appearance, it's actually the lining of a ruminant's stomach, most usually a cow's, sometimes a sheep's.
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This is my favorite way to eat Tripe.
Tripe and onions were once a very popular recipe in British cooking and considered the best way to cook the tripe (no doubt the onions bringing much-needed flavor).
For the recipe you will need:
1 kg dressed tripe (this means the tripe is cleaned, see above) cut into 5cm squares
Half the amount of sliced onions to tripe
Salt and pepper
55 g each of butter and plain flour
Boil the tripe squares in water for 15 minutes then drain. Add the onions and enough milk to cover and cook for two hours over a low heat.
Melt the butter and flour together and stir to create a thick paste then slowly whisk in the milk form the tripe to create a white sauce. Season well with salt and pepper.
Add the tripe squares, reheat and serve.
Yes. But I've only eaten it in two ways.
And I think, because it's challenging to get tripe tasting right, these two ways are probably my go-to when it comes to tripe, and I might need some taste-testing to try other ways of cooking it.
As Chinese dim sum, any day of the week. (it can also be used in noodle soup)
And in Callos a la Vizcaina, a traditional Basque dish.
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Well, I eat chicken tripe in pho fairly often. But its small, fine and mild in taste.
I once ate bbq beef honeycomb in China. omfg... that was one of the top 2 or 3 nastiest dishes I have ever eaten in my life and I've eaten some weird ass shit.
I just threw up in my mouth thinking about it. Ugghhh No way in hell will I ever touch anything remotely like that again.
I had to google it first and yes I have eaten tripe as soup. Picture below is known as soto berubut or sup berubut.
Have you eaten it and how they cook it?