Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)67201 results - showing 57871 to 57880
This was my son's first dish he selected for cooking class. It turned out delicious! We adapted the recipe to our liking and added broccoli as a side dish. Everyone loved it!Submitted by BEUGEL
After walking the aisles of my local grocery store, Trader Joe's, and Whole Foods, and finding that every bacon and sausage contained some variety of sugar, nitrates, or nitrites, I have taken matters into my own hands. I've been working on my recipe for some time now, but this morning it seemed to turn out just right. I'm posting the recipe here for anyone who would like to try it. It is truly so much easier to control what you're eating when you make it yourself! Submitted by BEUGEL
This is a Cuban staple. It's hardy. It's ?healthy?. It's inexpensive.
Ropa Vieja translates to Old Clothes because when the meat is shredded the stew tends to look like a wash basin of old clothes. Yes. You heard right it contains meat. The cheapest cut of steak in your butcher's display case. Chuck? Round? Sirloin, where do you shop???
To all my vegetarian like souls out there, if you know of a replacement for an old gnarly beef cut that I could sub-out for steak PLEASE SP-Mail me a.s.a.p. @ JVANAM.
This stew is best served with your fav. black bean recipe, peppered rice, and a side of ripped tortillas.
For a recent food co-op fund raiser I prepped the stew in my slow cooker & when it was ready I dumped in 2 cans (14.5 oz each) of feijoada completa black beans I picked up from the shopping floor. It made the dish easy to complete and serve.Submitted by JVANAM
This is a classic stew from Argentina that combines hearty beef, vegetables, and , for an interesting twist, fruit.
Now this does contain beef so if you are also a vegetatian, of any class, PLEASE write me with and alternative. I've tried and failed.
This recipe is rather elaborate and should be served for parties.
My granddaughter calls it Cinderella Stew, because it is served in a pumpkin. "And there we keep her very well."
CAUTION-Wear rubber gloves when handling serrano peppers or wash hands thoroughly after handling. Your skin, especially around your eyes, can be sensitive to the oil, seeds, ribs, or the spounge of the hot peppers.Submitted by JVANAM
Make sure to use fat free hashbrowns I use both shredded or southern style and appox. 70 cals per 1 cup. Frozen hashbrowns very greatly in calories. Make sure to read the nutritional lable. Submitted by MONAST