Carne Guisada (Latin Beef Stew) Chunks of beef are simmered in beer with scallions, garlic, tomatoes, cumin and cilantro.
Sometimes I make it with just the meat, sometimes I add yucca or potatoes. Serve this over rice with a little aji picante and you'll have a delicious comfort dish, Latin style! I get lots of emails telling me how much you all love my Latin dishes. It's probably what I do best. When I crave beef stew, it's always this Colombian version I crave. This is a great recipe for those of you who own a pressure cooker. Carne Guisada (Latin Beef Stew) Skinnytaste.comServings: 5 • Size: about 1 cup • Old Points: 4 pt • Points+: 6 pts Calories: 192.9 • Fat: 5.3 g • Carbs: 11.5 • Fiber: 1.6 • Protein: 23.2 g • Sugar: 1.1Sodium: 255.5 mg Ingredients: In a large dutch oven or heavy pot, heat oil over medium heat.
Beef with Eggplant. Vietnamese Shaking Beef (Bo Luc Lac) Vietnamese steak salad served on a bed of greens and tomatoes, topped with pickled onions and a lime dipping sauce.
This widely popular Asian dish combines many taste sensations and creates a harmony of flavors with every bite. The “shaking” in the name refers to the tossing of the beef back and forth in the wok after it’s quickly seared. You can serve this as a salad for a low carb meal or make some rice on the side. This is traditionally served over a bed of watercress which I couldn't find, so I used an arugula blend instead. Thick soy sauce. Ginas Skinny Recipes. Lean meatballs seasoned with a hint of allspice and served in a creamy beef gravy.
These meatballs seems decadent but they are actually lighter than you think. Serve them as an appetizer with toothpicks or over your favorite noodles. My daughter discovered her love for Swedish meatballs a few years ago and she just loves my skinny version. You can easily make more gravy by adding more broth and cream cheese at the end. To make these gluten free you can make them without the breadcrumbs. 1 tsp olive oil1 small onion, minced1 clove garlic, minced 1 celery stalk, minced1/4 cup minced parsley1 lb 93% lean beef1 egg1/4 cup breadcrumbs salt and pepper to taste1/2 tsp allspice2 cups reduced sodium beef stock 2 oz light cream cheese Directions: In a large deep saute pan, heat oil on medium heat, add onions and garlic; sauté until onions are translucent, about 4-5 minutes.
Lebanese-style stuffed eggplant. I suspect most of you think it has been pretty quiet around here because we’re crazed, sleep-deprived and wholly consumed with nuzzling squishy baby cheeks and, well, you wouldn’t be completely off-mark, minus the crazed part.
But mostly it has been quiet around here because we’ve been trying to use any downtime we can spare to take Jacob out as much as possible, as much to maintain our own sanity as his. And let me tell you, this two-week old has been everywhere: Ess-a-Bagel, The Doughnut Plant, The Pickle Guys and today he even made it to the Shake Shack. He’s been to two parks, been carted around with countless cups of coffee, caught a first fall leaf and even hit a farmers market, where he attempted to make off with an eggplant before we intervened. Who knew 11-day olds could already have such wayward ways? [We'd actually been looking for a small pumpkin, which my BabyCenter 40-week email had informed me he'd been the size of, but alas, there were no pumpkins out yet.]
Pide Stuffed With Beef. Who can refuse to have pide (pitta)?
Didn’t you know what it is? Pide is one of the best Turkish fast food. It is like a folded version of pizza. There is a variety of Turkish pides; you can stuff it with beef, ground beef, cheese, egg, sujuk and pastirma. No matter what the stuffing is, it is always an irresistible food! The greatest thing about this recipe is it’s so easy and anyone can make it. Sweet & Spicy Beef Empanadas «
I’m sure you remember my Mexican trip last month.
Of course you do because I couldn’t stop harping about it. (Sorry!) Well, one of the many gifts bestowed on us during this trip was a Mexican cookbook. I know right? How lovely. I thought I’d try out one of the recipes – Sweet and Spicy Empanadas – with a few adjustments (addition of cayenne pepper – c’mon, you can’t call it spicy without a hit of hot and fiery, and some Worcestershire sauce because I felt it needed the extra flavour and tang).
Empanadas are commonly found in the South American street food scene. The filling is really easy to prepare and assembling the pastry was very therapeutic (well, for me at least – I had my ‘cave time’) The chopped nuts was an unexpected ingredient and I thought the added crunch was brilliant. This one’s a keeper! Sweet & Spicy Beef EmpanadasMakes 20 1. 2. 3. Solo Lisa: From Solo Lisa's Kitchen: Beef Skewers with Rosemary and Garlic. Good Eats Meatloaf Recipe : Alton Brown. Directions Heat oven to 325 degrees F.
In a food processor bowl, combine croutons, black pepper, cayenne pepper, chili powder, and thyme. Pulse until the mixture is of a fine texture. Place this mixture into a large bowl. Combine the onion, carrot, garlic, and red pepper in the food processor bowl. Pack this mixture into a 10-inch loaf pan to mold the shape of the meatloaf. Combine the catsup, cumin, Worcestershire sauce, hot pepper sauce and honey. Recipe courtesy of Alton Brown. Skirt Steak and Potatoes With Herb Sauce. Spiced Mini Burgers With Couscous Salad.
Quick Beef Bourguignonne. Beef Stroganoff With Yogurt and Dill. Moroccan Spiced Beef Patties With Couscous. Slow-Cooker Recipe Classic Beef Stew. Meat Loaf. Mexican Meatballs. Big Spicy Meatballs. Meatball subs with caramelized onions. Steak With Arugula and Balsamic Mushrooms. Steak With Golden Zucchini. Strip Steak With Rosemary and Garlic. Steak With Chickpeas, Tomatoes, and Feta. Steak and Potatoes With Spinach Salad. Skirt Steak Romesco. Quick Beef Stroganoff.