This stew pairs perfectly with plantains or white rice on the side.
This delicious stew is made with oxtail braised in a rich tomato and red wine sauce with carrots and potatoes. Its literal meaning is “Tail on Fire,” but don’t worry! This dish, like the majority of Cuban cuisine, isn’t spicy. We recommend enjoying the succulent and tender meat with a side of white rice, fried plantains or vegetables.
Find oxtail and every ingredient you'll need for this recipe at Sedano's.