Party Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
I saw this in a grocery store deli and had to try it. I have made it with chicken breast also. I usally slice them in half. This recipe requires thin cuts of meat to be able to roll it up. I usally tenderize the meat before I start. The silicone rubber bands I bought at a kitchen store. They are reuseable and are good for 600 degrees.Submitted by WADELONG
Submitted By: SAFIYOSMOMMY, who says, "This is a Somali recipe. I learned it by watching my Somali friends around Ramadan and I was able to make my own variation. They are really good...They are served during Ramadan, Weddings, Parties, or just because. A seasoned ground beef mixture is wrapped in a cone shaped package and [normally] deep fried. For a variation you can substitute shredded beef for ground beef."
Don't forget to roll that R!!! Birria (beer-ee-a) is a traditional Mexican meat that is used for large celebrations. The first time I tracked down a recipe it started with "take 100 pounds of beef..."! I have reduced the amounts, but the ingredients are authentic. Serve with flour tortillas & Juchipila Mexican Rice.
This is a typical Korean meatball that can be eaten with rice or in a sandwich with lettuce or a salad with bean sprouts and broccoli. It can be a great appetizer or party food. Kids love it and it's low fat. You can add your own combination of minced vegetables to mix it up.
Low salt, low sugar chili recipe.
Potatoes are the secret weapon that absorbs the smell of the chitterlings.
My Grandfather was a hog farmer. We used every bit of the live stock. "Chitlins" or Chitterlings are the small intestine of a hog. Cooked properly it is a fine delicatesen for old farm family.