Taco Pizza. Today’s recipe was one that I made for the Super Bowl. I got my inspiration for this one from a recipe I saw at Jolene’s Culinary Adventures. The great thing about this recipe is you can cut it into large squares and serve it as a main dish or cut it into smaller squares and serve it as an appetizer. This was yummy and easy to put together. You can’t loose with pizza at my house.
I also created a cold version of this that I will share tomorrow. I also have another giveaway for you today along with all the details about my trip to Philly/Camden. Taco Pizza 1 lb. ground beef1 envelope taco seasoning mix2 (8 oz.) cans Pillsbury crescent rolls1 (16 oz.) can refried beans (I used the jalapeño kind)2-3 cups shredded cheddar cheese or Mexican blend1/2 cup chopped tomatoes1/4 cup sliced black olives4 green onions, choppedHeat oven to 375 degrees.Brown ground beef and drain.
Smothered cowboy salisbury steaks. Don’t ask me why these are called cowboy salisbury steaks.
Cowboys eat real steaks. That are the size of their heads. Still, I think the name is charming and I loved it. What you’re looking at (pardon the low lighting) are salisbury-style steaks with a yummy sauce, caramelized onions, and delicious, heavenly mushrooms. Much like my fear of deep-frying, I’m sort of afraid of cooking steaks. Starting the second half of last year and even more so now, I’ve been trying to eat higher quality meats. Last week, I saw, right at my local market, perfectly portioned 100% all grass-fed organic ground beef. We have a shocking lack of man food at home, and I knew my meat-and-potatoes loving husband would appreciate it.
I can’t even begin to tell you how great the mushrooms were! Smothered Cowboy Salisbury Steaks In a medium bowl, combine ground beef, soup mix, salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Adapted from Jane Deere Tagged as: ground beef, mushrooms. Beef Enchilada Stuffed Pablanos. Warning-Yankee cooking with poblano peppers and enchilada sauce-proceed with caution:@) Now that the legal stuff is out of the way, what a great twist on stuffed peppers!
I saw this recipe and knew I'd have to try it soon. Since it called for enchilada sauce I chose poblano peppers and while Louanne's sauce sounds amazing, I don't have an immersion blender so I used a simple recipe I've made before. Let me tell you, this recipe creates lots of great smells in your kitchen! I just sliced a small wedge from the top of the peppers and then ran a slit to the bottom so I could clean and stuff them. Kick the can folks, homemade enchilada sauce is soooo easy! Top each pepper with a little sauce and add the rest to the baking dish. I melted Marble Jack cheese under the broiler for a couple minutes. Oh yes, life is good! Beef Enchilada Stuffed Poblanos Sauce: 1 Tblsp chili powder 1/4 C A/P flour 2 C water or broth-I used water with 2 tsp Chicken Better Than Bouillon 1 tsp cider vinegar 1/2 tsp garlic powder. Irish Beef Stew & Mashed Potatoes. Irish Beef Stew & Mashed Potatoes So I guess tomorrow is St.
Patrick’s Day. I won’t be wearing green. Please don’t pinch me. Feel free to kiss me though cause I’m Irish! And by Irish I mean Canadian. Riiiiiight? Well, I was feeling like celebrating this holiday, so I came up with stew. Now, what makes stew Irish? Do you think I know the answer to that? ….well sort of. Here’s how to make it: Start by browning some stew meat in a little olive oil. While the meat is doing it’s thing, chop up some onion and carrot. Oh, and garlic too. Once all the meat is browned, toss in those veggies and cook for a few minutes. Now, we’ll toss in some salt, pepper, rosemary, thyme, and a bay leaf. So now comes the easy part. So, once you’re ready to actually eat the stew, toss in some peas…. and this little concoction of butter and flour. So all you do is plop that mixture into your hot pot and stir it in to melt. So here she blows. Make sure your mashed potatoes are extra creamy, buttery and tangy!
Ingredients: Insane Oven Beef Ribs Recipe.