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How to fix my Red Wine Braised Short Ribs? (Too sweet)

cgxy96 | Jun 24, 202001:11 AM     7

Hi all, I followed the recipe but added too much tomato paste. Now it taste too sweet and too tomato-y. I have a pantry of basic herbs and spices, lemon, orange, onion, fresh birds eye chilli, some frozen chicken breast and garlic paste. It's been braising on my stove for 2 hours already. I added more salt and a small onion to counter the sweet tomato taste. I really don't want to drive all the way back to the store just to get more beef or stock unless I have to. Any ideas?

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