Christmas Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
This sandwich spread my mother made each Christmas season. It is still a favorite in my family. I have entered the receipe with the lighter ingredients so that I can enjoy this treat.
Spread this on your favorite bun. (1/2 of a bun)(Calories not included for the bun)
This original recipe came from Inger, but i added pork roast and tweaked it for my slow cooker. YUM.
i added some healthfully made smashed potatoes, and it makes SUCH a great winter meal !!
Check out how many great nutritional values come up in the nutrition info on this dish; much more than just calories versus fat versus protien!
Traditionally, sarma is a well loved winter dish made of whole soured cabbage head leaves. It is a must have at any festive circumstances like weddings and especially - Christmas.
You can exchange all the seasoning (incl. onions and egg) for the Croatian seasoning package "FANT za punjenu papriku i sarmu". Look for Fant as well as the "kiseli kupus" (sourkraut heads) in stores with Balkan foods.
This recipe was made to be a healthier recipe than it should have. We reduced calories, total fat, cholesteral, and total carbs. We replaced the ground beef with very lean ground beef. We used peas instead of peppers and wheat spaghetti instead of our standard. Our cooking method has changed alittle. We are going to SEAR our meat to try and get as much a flavor out as possible in little time. Take beef our a reserve dripping to SAUTEE the vegtables for 3 minutes. Then add remaining ingrediants EXCPET spaghetti. While cooking vegtable mix, get a pot with warm water and BOIL spaghetti un til tender. When done put spaghetti in mix cook for 2 minutes then serve hot with a garnish of parsly. Portion size is enough for about 7-8 very hungry people.Submitted by GETRIPPED4200
This is a very easy and inexpensive recipe to make!
Roasting your peppers will give them a richer level of flavor. This recipe uses De Jarbol and Japones Chile Peppers. Just grill or broil for a few minutes and let them char a little bit to add a smokey flavor to your dish. Enjoy!