5 foods that love beer

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5 foods that love beer

Sure, you’re used to adding wine to your food (and guzzling down the leftovers), but what about beer? Clement Pedro has five recipe suggestions that will change the way you cook (and look) at beer.

Besides being the oldest alcoholic beverage known to man, beer isn’t just for drinking, and it’s about time we started using it a lot more in the kitchen.

We are all familiar with using wine when preparing dishes, its flavour and aromas add to the overall depth and complexity of the final result. That’s exactly what beer does too, so the next time you’re preparing a dish that needs a splash wine or stock, get hopping and opt for your favourite brew instead.

Here are some ideas:

Beer cheese

There’s never a wrong time to serve this dish. Its perfect over nacho chips, as a dip, with a steak or over a baked potato with extra chopped chives.

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Corn-and-beer bread

Talking about beer cheese, here’s the perfect way to mop up all that hoppy deliciousness.

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Beer-battered onion rings

There are two types of people in the world: those who like onion rings and those who love them.

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Welsh rarebit

Remember the last time you had a bad Welsh rarebit? Exactly! These are always the best way to start off a winning streak, night out, or maybe the best way to end one off.

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Milk stout risotto

Luke Dale-Roberts shows us how to put a spin on this Italian classic, and it’s pretty amazing.

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Discover more beer-inspired recipes here.

Clement Pedro Article by: Clement Pedro

Clement Pedro strikes a balance between rib-sticking fare you can really get stuck into and experimental recipes that take accessible ingredients to next-level status. Clem can do pretty much anything – and so can you with his recipes.

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