Beef Stomach Abomasum, Stewed in Tomatoes

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I had a strong urge to eat cow offal in Finland. It is a familiar food in Japan, we eat it stewed or grilled.
I looked around and came across tripe in a Middle Eastern market. It says “tripe” on it, but it’s abomasum. The smell got me at first, but I managed to find a way to prepare it in peace.
Enjoy Beef Tripe Overseas
Japanese people eat offals as grilled or stewed. I want enjoy delicious tripe abroad! This is my story of struggle to eat tripe in Finland.
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Beef Stomach Abomasum, Stewed in Tomatoes

Well prepared abomasum is stewed in tomato sauce with aromatic vegetables. They don’t have odor! Abomasum can be found in Middle Eastern markets. Let’s enjoy offals!
Prep Time 0 mins
Cook Time 30 mins
Keyword Main
Servings 6 people
INGREDIENTS
  • abomasum (precooked, *1) 500 g
  • onion 200 g
  • carrot 200 g
  • celery 200 g
  • mushrooms 100 g
  • garlic 20 g
  • water 500 mL
  • canned tomato 500 g
  • soy sauce 2 Tbsp
  • ketchup 2 Tbsp
  • brown sugar 1 Tbsp
  • Heinz Worcestershire sauce 1 Tbsp
  • paprika powder (if available) 1 Tbsp
  • chili powder (optional) 1 tsp
INSTRUCTIONS
NOTES
*1
I bought the abomasum at a Middle Eastern market. It says “tripe” and “trippa” on it, so I thought it was the second stomach, but it was abomasum, 4th stomach.
Enjoy Beef Tripe Overseas
Japanese people eat offals as grilled or stewed. I want enjoy delicious tripe abroad! This is my story of struggle to eat tripe in Finland.
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