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!
This is an easy, melt-in-your-mouth recipe to feed a crowd that cooks overnight so it's ready the next day. Great for holidays when you need the oven to make the rest of the meal, and want the main course out of the way. Or cooked on the weekend for a whole weeks worth of meals.
I started with an 11.3 pound, bone-in shank ham which I didn't realize when I bought it needed to be cooked. After cooking and deboning and removing a little fat, I had 7.5 lbs of meat.
This was a Cook's trimmed ham, meaning most of the fat was removed, and the rest cooked off in the oven.
Defat the broth and use 1 cup of it to make the glaze. Use the rest with the bones to make beans or soup.
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.
Loosely adapted from "Aromas of Aleppo" by Poopa Dweck, these are meatballs made from a combination of ground lamb, turkey and chickpeas stewed in a sour tamarind-tomato sauce. The chickpea puree is obtained from simply processing the chickpeas to a paste. Hummus is too thinSubmitted by JO_JO_BA
This unique spin on the British casserole bumps up the protein and fibre with Textured Vegetable Protein in the filling and a mix of mild white beans and vibrant pumpkin puree with the potato crust! Of course, if you prefer to use all meat, the amount of TVP in the recipe equals roughly 1 Ĺ lbs of ground protein (and omit 1 ĺ cups of beef broth and the soy sauce). For a totally vegetarian version, add ĺ cup extra TVP along with 2/3 cup extra hot (vegetarian) beef broth. You will also need to check the label of your Worcestershire sauce for the traditional anchovies (you can substitute mushroom soy sauce or tamari). This isnít a shepherdís pie as itís not made with mutton or lamb, but itís tasty nonetheless!Submitted by JO_JO_BA