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Cannelloni mit Hackfleisch und Mozzarella aus dem Ofen, ein einfaches und köstliches Rezept für jeden Tag mit Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitung. Meine Cannelloni sind in einer würzigen Tomatensoße mit Mozzarella überbacken! Dieses Gericht liebt die ganze Familie. Die Vorbereitungen für dieses Gericht sind in 30 Minuten erledigt. #einfach #cannelloni #ofengericht #hackfleisch #beef #italienisch #kinderessen #familienessen #rezept
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Philly Cheese Steak Sloppy Joes will make you forget your childhood canned sauce memories and make you LOVE sloppy joes again. Recipe by: dinnerthendessert.com Yield: 6 sandwiches INGREDIENTS: …
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This succulent recipe is based on bulgogi, a classic Korean dish of sliced beef that’s marinated in soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil and garlic, then grilled.
Recipe video above. Ragu is one of those recipes that really showcases the beauty of Italian cooking - everyday ingredients, fast prep, leave it to cook long and slow and you end up with a luscious dish that tastes like a million bucks. This recipe makes enough sauce to serve 8 and freezes great.
This super easy Ground Beef Stuffed Pepper Skillet is made in just one pan in less than 30 minutes! All the flavors you love of a stuffed pepper without all the hassle!
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The worst thing about having food issues is not having the luxury to eat out. I call it a luxury because every once in a while I would love to drop what I am doing and run out the door and grab something on the go. Instead I am always packing myself snacks, lunch and dinner just in case I get hungry while we are out and about. Food is always on my mind. I cook a lot. A LOT! I have too. If I don't then I don't eat and I refuse to live off of packaged food even if it is labeled with "all natural" and "healthy" tags. I think using real food will always be the best choice for my family. One thing I really miss? Chinese food. I love the sweet and spicy sauces combined with crispy meats. The smokiness that comes from the vegetables stir-fried in a blazing hot wok....YUM! I have seen versions of Crispy Orange Beef on Pinterest several times. My mouth waters with each picture. I finally decided to give it a try and see if I could use "my ingredients" to make a tasty alternative. I think I did. The beef is fried in coconut oil. I am able to use arrowroot starch in place of cornstarch. I use coconut aminos in place of the recommended soy sauce. I was very happy to have this for lunch with a bowl of rice and a few stir-fried vegetables along the side. The combination of ingredients created a nice blend of flavors. Nothing too over-powering. Subtle flavors that allow the meat to shine and the orange to be present with each bite. My inspiration for this dish came from two blogs: Fifteen Spatulas and Table for Two. The links will take you to the original recipe if you don't need to make food adjustments due to allergies and intolerances. Crispy Orange Beef Makes enough for 2 very hungry adults or 4 adults with rice and side dishes 2 pounds of steak: sirloin, stir fry steak or skirt steak (what you see in the pictures) 2 tablespoons coconut aminos or soy sauce or gluten free soy sauce 1/3 cup arrowroot starch or corn starch 1 cup of oil, for frying (I used coconut oil) Crispy Orange Beef Sauce, recipe below 1. Cut meat into bite size pieces. I tried to have my pieces about 1inch by 1.5 inches. Add coconut aminos or soy sauce to the meat pieces and toss. Add the starch and coat each piece of meat. 2. Using a wire rack inside a cookie tray, spread the meat pieces out in a single layer. Freeze for 45 minutes. This helps to dry the meat out and make it crispy when fried. 3. 10 minutes before meat is done in the freezer, add oil to large cast iron pan or dutch oven. Bring oil to 375 degrees F. 4. Line a bowl with a paper towel and start frying meat. Fry until golden brown on each side (about 3 minutes) You can add more oil if you want to coat the pieces and "fry". I did more of a pan fry on mine and it worked out great. Remove pieces to paper towel and continue frying until all the meat is prepared. 5. To prepare sauce-see below. Toss sauce with crispy beef pieces, add garnish and serve with rice. Crispy Orange Beef Sauce 2 tablespoons arrowroot or cornstarch 1/3 cup fresh orange juice 3 tablespoons molasses 1 tablespoon rice vinegar 3 cloves of garlic, minced 1 teaspoon fresh ginger, minced 1/4 cup of orange rind, sliced very thin 1/4 cup green onion, chopped for garnish I can't eat any type of pepper but feel free to add some spice to the sauce: red pepper flakes or jalapenos. To serve sauce on the side: Combine sauce ingredients in a small sauce pan, whisk and bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer until thickened (about 3 minutes). To serve sauce over beef: Add ingredients to a small bowl and whisk. When all of the meat has been fried, remove oil and toss sauce into frying pan. Bring to a boil and then reduce heat for 3 minutes. Add beef pieces and stir to coat each piece with sauce. Written by Sherron Watson
RECIPE VIDEO ABOVE. The iconic Irish Beef and Guinness Stew is easy to make but requires patience while it slow cooks! The Guinness Beer is the secret weapon ingredient in this, creating a sauce that has wonderful deep complex flavours.
Creamy French Onion Beef and Noodles is a mouthwatering, cozy, dinner that is easy enough to make any day of the week! One pot is all you need for this rich and satisfying beef and noodles!
For this basic bulgogi recipe, cutting the meat into very thin strips allows it to absorb the hot-sweet-salty marinade in minutes, not hours.
Tender, fall apart chunks of beef with mushrooms in the most incredible gravy ever. The secret ingredient - Dried Porcini Mushrooms! They add a savoury earthiness that can't be replicated and takes this pie to the next level.
Super crispy beef tossed with a sweet and sticky sauce - better than take out!
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