A Beef Tripe Story!

It’s time for Tripe!

Here we are talking about beef tripe. You know how it looks and the texture? Tripe looks like a honeycomb, creamy beige in color and has a rubbery texture.
Cooking tripe at home is relatively simple; there is little to do and that too saves our cooking time.

The actual color of the tripe is pale yellow, I wonder how it turns to white. Let’s go for a round!
Washed tripe, also known as dressed tripe, that is boiled and bleached, giving it the white color more commonly seen for sale.

How it tastes like? Taste-wise, tripe is somewhat neutral but has a very subtle flavor of, perhaps, liver. While cooking tripe
will be tender and chewy and will take on the taste of the vegetables it cooked with.

I can recommend that for all intents and purposes, tripe is very healthy for you.
A 3.5-ounce serving contains just 85 calories and 4 grams of fat, and it’s also high in protein and vitamin B12.

Is it like having water in your mouth? Try our beef tripe!