Posts Tagged ‘mushrooms

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.

 

19
Feb
17

Chicken,roasted veggies,barley

A redo of a meat, potato and veggie dish. 

Pan seared chicken, weighted with a smaller pan atop, seared on both sides.

Reheated roasted veggies previously cooked, turnip,parsnips,brocolli,onion,mushroom, beets, and carrot, oil and flax seeds, salt and pepper.  Most of the veggies from the market are kept on the counter, in sight before they had a chance to dry and shrivel completely they were roasted and then stored in the fridge. One of the best ways in my opinion to cook veggies especially root vegetables. 

The barley took on a brownish tone from being cooked in vegetable broth. Not a peticularlly fancy type meal but nourishing and flavorful.

03
Jan
17

Tomato mushroom ragout with pasta and brocolli 

It’s not often that I utilized boxed pasta since I really enjoy the taste of fresh pasta, but for the sake of convenience tonight, some fresh diced tomatoes, simmered with sliced mushrooms, garlic and reduced with mead. Add brocolli to the boiling water with the pasta as a base for the ragout. Simply served , got a have those veggies !


Happy 2017 cooking, post holiday meal.

12
Nov
16

After shopping, quick bite supper

Sourdough flatbread, fresh ground beef pan fried pattie,  romaine lettuce, cherry tomato, cucumber, sauteed mushrooms.

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On a later date  a redo of this recipe.



Fresh ground beef, Hawaiian sea salt and pepper. Pan broiled.


Lettuce and  spinach….


Add burger, cucumber, mayo, ketchup, bacon, caramelised onion, parsley.

The flatbread was a bit tough, all in all a good meal. 

30
Oct
16

multi meat stew

A mild fall day, meat and vegetables made for the week.

A combination of meats along with root vegetables oven roasted several hours.

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Chicken breast, pork neck bones, pigs feet , chicken feet, beef rib, sausage, along with root vegetables.

Carrot, leeks, turnip, parsnips, onions, mushrooms, potato, garlic.

Lightly seasoned with Hawaiian sea salt , peppercorns, slight bit of hot pepper flakes.

Baked at about 350 decreasing to 250 degrees for several hours.

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The meat picked from the bones, pan juices reduced, chicken broth added, a bit of wine and finished with butter/flour thickening, strained.

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14
Aug
16

First attempt at spring rolls

With some rice paper wrappers from the Chinese/American Market, it was time to get rolling!

Any ingredient(s) will  do so I have some chicken, mushroom and corn salsa type mix that I had prepared previously. A quick lookup of recipes indicated that chopped crunchy vegetables would be a good addition. Carrots, onions and celery with lettuce was added.

I merely rinsed the rice paper under warm water for several seconds and rolled.

IMG_0705Done! an easy wrapper to do , not shown was a dipping sauce of hoisin sauce, thinned with double black soy sauce and a bit of chili paste added in. This type of wrapper versus tortilla type bread, lets you showcase the ingredients.

21
Jun
16

The salad that sticks to your ribs

A hearty meal is know by the phrase “stick to you ribs”, inferring  that a meal will stay with you after consumption and fill you up not wanting more for quite some time. (Just in case that phrase is new to you).

I actually had ribs with this salad, incorporating salads into your menu need not be boring, serve as a side dish once and a while to replace the starch component, pasta, potatoe etc. 

The ribs come as a leftover from a celebratory meal, dry rubbed and slow roasted over charcoal and mesquite pellets. A rite of summer, learning that BBQ the day before and then high heat grilling briefly the day of the meal is the best way to go time wise. Not all in the family goes for the ribs, (or chicken) like this so left overs are available. Even though I like the spicy fire finish of the BBQ sauce, two ribs sufficed. 

I can’t take credit for the salad , on warm days,  heating the kitchen is a factor in planning meals so Diane made the salad. I mearly added the ribs and BBQ sauce . (Recipe will be posted later.)


One of the few times I utilized bottled dressing , Vadalia onion .




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