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Skirt Steak. Chinese Beef with Mushrooms Recipe. Chinese Beef with Mushrooms Recipe Beef with mushrooms is already a delicious combination to begin with but when you add Chinese flavors into the mix, it becomes even better.

Chinese Beef with Mushrooms Recipe

The best part about this recipe is that no deep fryer is needed; everything can be done in a fry pan or wok. It is also very easy to prepare for those of you who are just beginning to cook Chinese cuisine. The marinade which combines flavors such as soy sauce and oyster sauce is also used as the sauce for this recipe. If you want to add additional vegetables into the stir fry such as onion and broccoli, that would be great as well.

Swedish Meatballs, revised. Peppered beef and snow peas. Michael and I are kindred spirits for more reasons than that we decided we want to be married forever.

peppered beef and snow peas

We both love food. As in, we’re always scouting for new meal ideas, and when we’re waiting in line somewhere or in the airport or in the car, we talk about food. One of my favorite things we do is to try to recreate something we like to eat out at home. Beef Fillet with Garlic & Mustard Butter. Afraid of curdling sauces?

Beef Fillet with Garlic & Mustard Butter

Flavoured butter is the way to go! I love sauce. I really do. Sometimes I make earth shattering good ones, sometimes not so much. It all depends on how hurried and stressed I am. Why haven’t I thought of spiced butter? Some of you may wonder why there is a photo of crushed pink peppercorns even though they don’t feature in the recipe? This recipe is from Mark Baumann’s Posh Food. Here’s another one of Mark’s tips. Steak with Blue Cheese Butter. Quick!

Steak with Blue Cheese Butter

Make that steak a little more interesting! You know how the perfect lipstick can make a beautiful woman feel amazing? Well, this quick blue cheese compound butter will make your everyday steak and potatoes dinner feel special. No roses or diamond studs needed. Though flowers are always appreciated, just saying. Meatloaf Patties, Smashed Potatoes, and Pan Gravy Recipe : Rachael Ray.

Souvlaki. Last night for dinner I decided to do a little Greek street food.


I made Souvlaki with a light Mediterranean orzo salad. How can you go wrong with grilled pig-on-a-stick on a nice sunny day? You really can't. Traditionally Souvlaki is made of lamb, but in recent times it's often pork, or even chicken. It's simply small pieces of marinated meat that are grilled on a skewer then served either on the skewer, or on pita bread with tzatziki sauce. Ingredients2 lb Pork, cut to 1 1/2" cubes (I used sirloin tip) 1/2 cup Dry white wine3 cloves Garlic, chopped fine1/2 cup Canola oil1/4 cup Extra virgin olive oil1/8 cup Fresh oregano, chopped fine2 Tbsp Kosher salt2 tsp Black pepper, ground fresh1 tsp Fish sauce (optional)1/2 tsp Ground cuminJuice of two lemons Tzatziki Sauce1 1/2 cups Greek yogurt, or drained plain yogurt1/8 cup Honey1 medium Cucumber1 tsp Dried dill1 tsp Sea salt (or Kosher)1/2 tsp Ground white pepper1/4 tsp Granulated garlic1/4 tsp Ground cuminJuice of 1/2 lemon.

Swedish Meatballs Recipe. 1 Melt the butter in a sauté pan on medium-high heat.

Swedish Meatballs Recipe

Stir in the grated onion and cook until translucent and softened, 3-4 minutes. Set aside to cool. 2 Place the pieces of bread in a large bowl and mix with the milk. Let sit for 15 to 20 minutes for the bread to absorb all of the milk. Once the bread has soaked up the milk put the bread in a food processor and pulse until it has been completely broken up. 3 Stir the cooled onions into the milk bread mixture. 4 Use your hands to form the meatballs about an inch-thick and place them on a plate or sheet pan. 5 Heat 6 Tbsp of butter in a large sauté pan on medium heat.

Old-Fashioned Meat Loaf- A.K.A 'Basic' Meat Loaf Recipe : Paula Deen. Meatloaf: Yes, Virginia There Is A Great Meatloaf! Recipe - - 54257. Broccoli Beef Recipe. Wednesday, November 5, 2008 Broccoli Beef Recipe After moving out of the dorms in college, I found an apartment to share with 3 others.

Broccoli Beef Recipe

My job was to cook, and as long as what I put out on the dinner table was better than instant ramen, I didn’t have to clean the kitchen or vacuum. A mighty fine trade of labor, if you ask me! But then pretty soon, friends of roommates discovered my cooking talent and would conveniently drop by at around 7pm…. But if you’re interested in food photography, I’ve posted 11 more photos of the Broccoli Beef- you’ll see how important white balance is and also different light source. Meatloaf. How to make easy homestyle meatloaf any day of the week. Here, a loaf that's moist, tasty, and beefy topped with a sweet tangy glaze, made healthier with whole wheat bread crumbs.

With meatloaf, a classic American comfort food, you can find varying recipes with just about every family. This simple recipe is our take on classic meatloaf and makes ample glaze to keep loaf moist and flavorful. We make the glaze first and add a portion of it right into the loaf mix, bringing together a cohesive flavor between loaf and glaze. When we make the meatloaf, we brown the onion, garlic and celery beforehand to caramalize the onion, bring out its sweetness and add deeper more complex flavors.

Meatloaf with Homemade Barbecue Sauce. November 29th, 2010 How was your Thanksgiving?

Meatloaf with Homemade Barbecue Sauce

Did you overdose on pie and turkey? We spent the holiday practically snowed in in Lake Tahoe. Hunan Beef Recipe. Hunan Beef Recipe Hunan beef is another great spicy Asian dish.

Hunan Beef Recipe

Although not at the top of my list, I do enjoy making it once in awhile. This dish consists of deep fried strips of beef, broccoli, and a spicy sauce. If you don’t want to deep fry the beef, it can be cooked in the pan as well. Bacon Blue Cheese Butter on Grilled Steak, Baked Potatoes, Vegs… Saturday, October 10, 2009 The world has gone bacon crazy, and unfortunately it has nothing to do with the food item actually made from pork belly.

Bacon Blue Cheese Butter on Grilled Steak, Baked Potatoes, Vegs…

I’m talking about products sold in tubes, squeeze bottles, jars, cans and tablets, all flashing the word “Bacon!” As it’s only selling point and not an ounce of real pork in its ingredients.