[identity profile] baisleac.livejournal.com
I was about to post my recipe for tonight's soup and realized that I never posted my Corned Beef and Cabbage recipe for St. Paddy's Day. I shall have to remedy this.

Both the Corned Beef and Cabbage and Soda Bread recipes are actually recipes with actual measurements ::shock... gasp:: because they're my mom's recipes. I think she got them from Grandma Pat but I'm not positive.

Corned Beef and Cabbage )

Soda Bread )

and tonight's simple soup brings us back to approximate measurements...

Chicken and Barley Soup )
[identity profile] baisleac.livejournal.com
I was about to post my recipe for tonight's soup and realized that I never posted my Corned Beef and Cabbage recipe for St. Paddy's Day. I shall have to remedy this.

Both the Corned Beef and Cabbage and Soda Bread recipes are actually recipes with actual measurements ::shock... gasp:: because they're my mom's recipes. I think she got them from Grandma Pat but I'm not positive.

Corned Beef and Cabbage )

Soda Bread )

and tonight's simple soup brings us back to approximate measurements...

Chicken and Barley Soup )
[identity profile] xclairedelune.livejournal.com
This is a ground beef (or lamb or turkey) dish that can be flavored any way you'd like, as hot as you'd like. *Warning!!!* I pretty much don't make it the same way twice, so if cooking by the seat of your pants bothers you, this recipe is not for you. But it's REALLY good!...and easy

Kima )
[identity profile] xclairedelune.livejournal.com
This is a ground beef (or lamb or turkey) dish that can be flavored any way you'd like, as hot as you'd like. *Warning!!!* I pretty much don't make it the same way twice, so if cooking by the seat of your pants bothers you, this recipe is not for you. But it's REALLY good!...and easy

Kima )
[identity profile] almie.livejournal.com
This evening I decided to try something I'd never done before, and so came up with the idea of trying to make beef burgers from scratch. In looking around for a decent recipe I could only find ones which were fairly complicated, so thought I'd share the simple recipe I eventually made up myself for you here!

Homemade Beef Burgers
(makes 4 thick burgers)

500g minced beef
1 small onion
1 teaspoon(tsp) majoram
1 tsp thyme
1 tsp oregano
1 egg, beaten
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp salt

Using a knife and fork, split the uncooked mince beef down so that it is in small pieces. Mix with the onion and herbs. Add the egg and mix. Add salt and pepper. This mixture should bind together, so that with clean hands you can split it into four balls. Flatten these balls out to make burgers and fry in oil on a medium heat until they are brown all the way through. Serving suggestion: eat hot inside white buns with sliced tomato and/or sauce.
[identity profile] almie.livejournal.com
This evening I decided to try something I'd never done before, and so came up with the idea of trying to make beef burgers from scratch. In looking around for a decent recipe I could only find ones which were fairly complicated, so thought I'd share the simple recipe I eventually made up myself for you here!

Homemade Beef Burgers
(makes 4 thick burgers)

500g minced beef
1 small onion
1 teaspoon(tsp) majoram
1 tsp thyme
1 tsp oregano
1 egg, beaten
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp salt

Using a knife and fork, split the uncooked mince beef down so that it is in small pieces. Mix with the onion and herbs. Add the egg and mix. Add salt and pepper. This mixture should bind together, so that with clean hands you can split it into four balls. Flatten these balls out to make burgers and fry in oil on a medium heat until they are brown all the way through. Serving suggestion: eat hot inside white buns with sliced tomato and/or sauce.
[identity profile] ansostuff.livejournal.com
In the series Share-your-national-food-recepies, we now come to Norway and I´ll be sharing several traditional recepies with you. First a dinner course, then a national dessert and then a cake that also is used as dessert.

One of the recepies does also have something to do with lembas... :) )
[identity profile] ansostuff.livejournal.com
In the series Share-your-national-food-recepies, we now come to Norway and I´ll be sharing several traditional recepies with you. First a dinner course, then a national dessert and then a cake that also is used as dessert.

One of the recepies does also have something to do with lembas... :) )
[identity profile] melilot-hill.livejournal.com
I've been experimenting, and my husband really liked the result, so I decided to post the recipe here.

ingredients for two persons
1 onion
1 small red pepper
100 grams corn (from a can)
200 grams mushrooms
50 grams green peas
150 grams mincemeat (=ground beef or hamburger meat)
50 grams grated cheese
150 grams corn flour
3 decilitre milk
1 egg
tomato ketchup
mexican seasoning

Bake minced meat, when brown drain fat and add sliced mushrooms, chopped onion and red pepper. Bake till onion and mushrooms are brown and add corn, peas, a bit of tomato ketchup and seasoning. Let it simmer for a while.

In the meantime make pancake batter using the cornflour, milk and the egg. Bake pancakes, after turning them put some cheese on top and let it melt.

Put the meat-vegetable mixture on the pancakes and roll them up.
[identity profile] melilot-hill.livejournal.com
I've been experimenting, and my husband really liked the result, so I decided to post the recipe here.

ingredients for two persons
1 onion
1 small red pepper
100 grams corn (from a can)
200 grams mushrooms
50 grams green peas
150 grams mincemeat (=ground beef or hamburger meat)
50 grams grated cheese
150 grams corn flour
3 decilitre milk
1 egg
tomato ketchup
mexican seasoning

Bake minced meat, when brown drain fat and add sliced mushrooms, chopped onion and red pepper. Bake till onion and mushrooms are brown and add corn, peas, a bit of tomato ketchup and seasoning. Let it simmer for a while.

In the meantime make pancake batter using the cornflour, milk and the egg. Bake pancakes, after turning them put some cheese on top and let it melt.

Put the meat-vegetable mixture on the pancakes and roll them up.

Beef Curry

Jun. 12th, 2004 02:39 pm
[identity profile] baisleac.livejournal.com
We had half of a steak left that would only feed one of us so I used it to make a curry that would feed both of us. ::smile:: It turned out really yummy so here ya go.

What are y'all's opinions on Hobbits and Curries? Do you think they had access to the spices or possibly had alternates? ::is curious::

Beef Curry ala Bais )

Just for the heck of it: When I remember to write as I go )

Oh... P.S. This is very very VERY mild. If you like spicy curries you'll want to add a pepper sauce, piri piri, chili powder, etc.

P.P.S. I get most of my spices/blends at World Spice Merchants and they do mail order. ::smile::

Beef Curry

Jun. 12th, 2004 02:39 pm
[identity profile] baisleac.livejournal.com
We had half of a steak left that would only feed one of us so I used it to make a curry that would feed both of us. ::smile:: It turned out really yummy so here ya go.

What are y'all's opinions on Hobbits and Curries? Do you think they had access to the spices or possibly had alternates? ::is curious::

Beef Curry ala Bais )

Just for the heck of it: When I remember to write as I go )

Oh... P.S. This is very very VERY mild. If you like spicy curries you'll want to add a pepper sauce, piri piri, chili powder, etc.

P.P.S. I get most of my spices/blends at World Spice Merchants and they do mail order. ::smile::
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[identity profile] sila-lumenn.livejournal.com
I made this for dinner last night. It's called baked tacos because the filling is taco meat, but it's really more like a smothered burrito. Yummy!

CREAMY BAKED TACOS

1 lb. ground beef
1 pkg. taco seasoning
3/4 cup water
6-8 6" flour tortillas
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1/3 cup milk
3/4 cup shredded cheese

In a large skillet, prepare ground beef with taco seasoning and water as directed on seasoning package. Evenly spoon mixture into each tortilla. Roll tortillas and place seam side down in a 11x7x2 baking dish coated with non-stick cooking spray. Spoon any remaining taco meat over rolled tacos. Combine mushroom soup and milk. Pour evenly over top of tortillas. Sprinkle with cheese. Bake at 325 degrees for 30 to 35 minutes. Serve topped with lettuce, tomato, sour cream and salsa if desired.
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[identity profile] claudia603.livejournal.com
This isn't the most exciting recipe of mine...in fact I just made it up tonight. :-)

I don't even know what to call this ground beef concoction... )
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[identity profile] claudia603.livejournal.com
This isn't the most exciting recipe of mine...in fact I just made it up tonight. :-)

I don't even know what to call this ground beef concoction... )

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