Posts Tagged ‘ginger root

10
Jun
17

Meatballs

 

Adapted from recipereminiscing.com via cookite2bn.org

 

https://recipereminiscing.wordpress.com/pumpes-meat-balls/

http://cookit.e2bn.org/historycookbook/866-pumpes-meat-balls.html

Having some beef chuck, some meatballs would be good to have available for future recipes.

Grind  the beef if not already done, prep the ingredients ….

Ground beef, cinnamon, ground cloves, cardamom, parsley and ginger.  (The parsley was missed ! I have fresh parsley outside that was not included.)

I let the mixer do the work…

I drew a 2 inch guide on parchment when forming the meatballs.


Fried instead of boiled as the recipe suggest.

Beefy taste with a slight background of spice.

One of the uses of the meatballs is in a soup, just some stock, boiled fresh noodles frozen from a previous batch, mushrooms and green onions, possibly a dash of soy sauce, herbs and seasonings. I would usually make the meatballs smaller , but followed the recipe. In this application, the meatballs were quartered.

 

29
May
17

apple egg pudding

Having some apples to use, this recipe coincided from a blogger with  the question of what to do with them.

http://nimmiafzal.com/2014/08/06/super-easy-apple-egg-pudding/

This is similar to another recipe German Apple Pancake, that I have made often. https://pmetro.wordpress.com/2013/10/13/german-apple-pancake-apfelpfannkuchen/

This recipe has a bit more body to it. I used more apples that 1/4 and also added some grated ginger for spiciness. The cardamon  is a pleasant flavor for usually expecting a cinnamon apple pie flavor.

Easy ingredients:

6 eggs

apples , sliced

butter or gee

cardamon

Nuts, and/or raisins (I used a variety of nuts on hand)

sugar

First toast the nuts

Then saute the apples in butter

 

Extract some cardamon with some grated ginger root.

6 eggs

 

Arrange the apples and some of the toasted nuts in a buttered baking pan… I sprinkled the sugar on top of the apples here.

 

After beating together the eggs with spices and some nuts, add atop the apples.

Ready for a 400 degree oven..

 

Bake,  turn out, slice and enjoy with coffee or tea.

 

 

 

 

03
Oct
15

Apple crisp

Ahhhh…….

apple  🍎 season and the apple crisp/fruit recipes abound…

other than outright making apple pie,

so here’s one:

oven at 375 …✔︎

► grease up a 8 inch square pan

✔︎ the following

IMG_8860☐1 cup oats

☐3/4 cup brown sugar

☐1/2 cup flour

☐1 teaspoon cinnamon , ground, fresh if possible

☐1/2 teaspoon nutmeg, ground, fresh if possible

☐1/2  teaspoon ginger root , ground,  fresh grated preferred

▶︎ combine the above in a bowl and cut in :

☐6 tablespoons butter,

if unsalted: then add  ☐ 1/4 teaspoon salt

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► prepare  ☐ 4-5 apples,

mine was a mix of Greening and Macintosh.

if you have on of these machines , it makes life easy. It goes into the dishwasher to clean. (remove wood from handle)

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peeled, cored, and spiral cut….

▶︎ place the apples in the greased pan, separate into slices of course, add the topping mixture….

► bake at 375 degrees Fahrenheit, about 30 minutes…

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▶︎ cool to preferable serving temperature, serve plain , garnish with heavy cream, whipped cream(s) (flavored), diced apples,other fruit etc.🍨

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☕️

✑ utilizing character sets
11
Jul
15

Lamb shank with eggplant

Loosely followed from “Engryah”,  meat and eggplant, Cooks.com

Braised lamb shank with eggplant, a savory meal !

The shank was trimmed of silvery skin and fat.IMG_8295With a bit of olive oil, the trimmings were rendered when heated.

IMG_8296Brown up the shank, remove . The cracklings go to the cook !

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Start the veggies with chopped onion…

IMG_8297A family member brought home some turmeric, Maybe sorta like a spicy carrot flavor ? Very bright color and a lot of staining power ! Turning things orange, will I turn orange if I eat too much …? :-), don’t  forget to bring on the garlic too ! (peel and diced the turmeric root) and a bit of ginger root.

IMG_8299What else is on the counter?… toss in the dried hot  pepper flakes if ya got’em…. some of mine were smoked and I have  some sun dried dried tomatoes.

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IMG_8301Building flavors for the lamb, heat up some  veggie or chicken stock in another pan…

IMG_8302Add the shank back to the pan, add enough boiling stock to cover veggies and about 1/2 way up the shank.

 

 

IMG_8304Cover and simmer….

Were only halfway home ,now prep the eggplant. Peel to leave strips on the side. Salt , press, wait an hour, and rinse.

IMG_8306In a skillet , brown in olive oil,  mmmmm…. won’t be long now !

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IMG_8308If frying in batches, set aside on paper towel…

IMG_8309Depending on the size and amount of meat, slowly cook til tender about 45 minutes or better.

IMG_8310Layer the eggplant over the meat, place tomato slices (I didn’t have any) on top. Sprinkled with lemon juice and sugar.

Now for the final cooking , simmer for 20-30 minutes.

IMG_8311Plate over rice is suggested but I thought of bulgar or couscous , snuck in somewhere along the way and a side of flat bread for a killer wrap. !!

IMG_8312Always looking for new combinations of the traditional “meat and potato”, this is a winner ! Flavor galore !Any beverage suggestions? A deep dark red wine comes to mind.

10
Jan
15

lamb babyback ribs

from the store

 

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a 5 spice rub, cinnamon, star anise,  cloves, nutmeg, pepper (pink peppercorns) actually 6 if you count the ginger I added.

 

 

 

 

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I used a roasting rack to suspend the ribs over a glass baking dish.

 

 

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In a slow oven about 250 degrees, a cold day , the oven ran for  around 4 hours keeping the kitchen area warm.

 

IMG_7052Add some BBQ sauce and wrap in foil. The sauce I used was strained from a recent batch of baked beans.

Back into the oven reduced to 200 degrees.

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Done !

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Plated up with broccoli rice and pineapple.

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04
Jan
15

shopping

1_3_15_1408Crowded at this time of day. Probably should go at a later time. New meat item is lamb ribs.

Ever see a large truck with the air horns mounted behind the cab facing perpendicular (to the sides)! awesome, LOUD

 




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