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Australian - Soups -  Kangaroo Tail Soup Post by :Bob_Bastian Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :November 2011 Read :864

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Australian - Soups - Kangaroo Tail Soup

Categories: soup, Australian

Yield: 8 Servings

1 Kangaroo tail
Butter for frying
1K (2 lb) Beef
3 Carrots
3 Onions
1 Bunch herbs
Pepper and salt

Cut tail into joints and fry brown in butter, slice vegetables and fry them also.

Cut beef into thin slices and boil all for 4 hours in 3 quarts of water.

Take out pieces of tail, strain stock, thicken it with flour, put back pieces of tail and boil up another 10 minutes before serving

Source: "A Taste of Past - Some Pioneer Cooks of Happy Valley and Southern
Hills" - South Australia
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