tender, garlicky and full of oregano 'n stuff! start this one a day ahead; the beef slices need an overnight stay in da gravy to be at their best. and please don't overcook the roast! as it rests right out of the oven and as it's reheated it'll stop mooin
a well seasoned shredded beef recipe that will keep em' commin'. slow cooked and the aroma in your house will drive em' nuts! its enough for a large dinner party. and the leftovers are even better the next day, if there's any left that is.
most italian homes rarely have ovens so that leaves them roasting on the stove top. it's the perfect way to make a rare roast beef. turning the meat is the hardest part!
food tv's bobby flay gets this super-easy and company-worthy tenderloin cooked for him every year on his birthday by his wife, kathy. you won't believe how easy it is! note that this recipe is written for a gas oven; also note that prep time is 3 hours (a
perfect medium rare roast beef, every time. you just put it in the oven, cook it, turn oven off, then head off to work or where ever. come home and you have a dish that will make folks wonder "how did you make this and be at work all day?" ;) suggested
this is a recipe i found and tweaked a bit. my house smelled great while i was cooking it!
a wonderful roast with a very tasty gravy
the easiest, best tasting roast beef ever! it's as simple as that. enjoy, the smell of it cooking will drive you crazy!
beef brisket braised in beer, this recipe really creates a tender meat at the end of the cooking time, the gravy that this creates is out-of-this-world! i served this is mashed potatoes and more ice cold beer. a great sunday night meat and potatoes type
from the restaurant by the same name at the disney studios in orlando.
my sister gave me this recipe. it is the best, easiest roast i have ever cooked. serve with creamy horseradish sauce.
it's always an interesting proposition to take an item known for one use and try it in something else...this is a main dish recipe that has the added attraction of also being a crock pot recipe! you could even make the meal more interesting by serving 7-u
this recipe is by don mauer, a syndicated food columnist. the technique used here makes for a fast yet tender pot roast. the 90 minutes refers to time in the oven, there is additional time needed for brining and cooking. do not cook vegetables with the po
i finally found a way to cook roast that won't send my daughter into a hissy fit about eating it.
my crew loves these delicious roll-ups that sound fancy, but are so very easy. aioli is basically mayo and garlic, how hard is that? the original recipe comes from cd kitchen.
this is an easy and tasty roast. it turns out very tender. you can adjust all seasoning to your taste--the amounts listed give a very mild flavor, so if you like lots of flavor, you will want to tweak the amounts!
this pot roast needs no knives... it's tender and absolutely delicious.
trust a swede with your corned beef? today, everyone is irish! i prefer using a corned round...less fat, it slices nicer and isn't stringy. if you brine your own meat, i've been told even a tri tip roast works well, a popular cut of beef in the west. t
in 'slow cooker: the best cookbook ever' by diane phillips
i found this recipe in a magazine and thought i would give it a try. i made two changes - 1. one green pepper in place of a red (next time i will stick with red only) 2. italian seasoning in place of thyme. otherwise, i followed the recipe exactly. t
i found this on the food network website, and i served this saturday night and got a resounding "wow!" the meat was so tender that it fell apart when i tried to transport it from the pot to the serving platter. both gravy and the sauerbraten got applause
ahh two of the secret ingredients are dark beer and cocoa chili blend by mccormick giving this a mole feel. all the ingredients meld together creating a dark rich sauce. can't find the blend no worries just substitute a mix of cocoa powder, chili powder
this was prepared on andreas viestad's cooking show, "new scandinavian cooking", and it's a bit different than you may expect of the cuisine... it's definitely more garlicky than i would have thought. and despite all the vodka, it's not boozy at all. in f
i love the pot roast because it falls apart in your mouth. it has a slight sweetness but not too much. my friends husband hates sweet dinners but really liked this pot roast. try this recipe at least once, i promise you'll like it!
this recipe does not use any processed items -like soups, mixes... the family loves this-especially the brown potatoes that cook with the meat-the measurements are approximate....potatoes used are about the size of a small lime-if you use larger ones, the
this recipe came about from me not having all the ingredients for another recipe ( that i discovered after i already used the 2 main ingredients!).makes a great roast!
a brisket recipe for your slow-cooker.
a thick stew with a very comforting flavour, this dish is just perfect for cold winter months.
from "adventures in jewish cooking" by jeffrey nathan. i found this in the paper. cook and serve the next day which i didn't include in the cook time.*variation in "jewish cookery" by leah h. leonard is similar but instead of using rosemary and thyme for
a spicy beef with green beans in tomato sauce. yum! yum! add some garlic or red pepper flakes for more kick if you want!
shhh!!! this is a secret recipe and i have it on good authority that it's the real deal. problem is, it's just too good to keep to myself! don't ask who let me in on the secret, though, because i'll never tell. :)
a winner in bh&g magazine ($400.) see what you think!
serve over noodles and french-cut green beans.
aunt claire's korean bbq sirloin beef. this one has beer in the marinade,what the heck as our family likes beer. the recipe came from claire's sister in law kim who is from korea. aunt claire served this with chop chae (recipe posted) for our family gathe
this recipe was found in "a skillet full" from the south pittsburg tennessee historic preservation society. south pittsburg is where the lodge manufacturing co. is located; they make the best cast iron utensils, pots, etc. the recipe is so easy, but so
very, very easy to make and turns out wonderfully tasty. aunt romadene gave me this recipe about 30 years ago after i had it at her house and loved it!!
i have based this recipe on one that i've used from here several times, recipe#57130 posted by kcdelong. even though the original was very good,sometimes you can't help but adding your own special tweaks.:)as usual with any of my recipes,please feel free
i found this on the all recipes site. this is a very easy recipe for a delicious pot roast. it makes its own gravy. it's designed especially for the working person who does not have time to cook all day, but it tastes like you did. you'll want the cut to
if you have never had a roast wrapped in bacon...you are in for a treat...very tasty and very moist...
from "on your mark...get set...snow! this is a collection of favorite recipes from the athletes, families, volunteers and staff of the 1989 international winter special olympics. this was submitted by e.j. in nevada.
i make this ahead of time so i can check meat carefully and serve with mashed potatoes that i also make ahead. the timing doesn't really fit for all day being gone. eye of round is very lean meat so the gravy is important. if butcher has a better cut of
balsamic vinegar and rosemary give this pot roast a great flavor. serve with cooked egg noodles or mashed potatoes.
from real simple. another one for dh.
i picked this recipe up from a local market while on vacation. this is a delicious dish!
this is the recipe my family has used for decades. when i was growing up it was often used on an eye roast of beef cooked in a rotisserie or on grilled chicken. i have also found that it makes the best beef barbeque.
this is so flavorful and tender . . . follow the directions and do not increase the oven temp to shorten the cooking time or meat will be dry and tasteless. it's worth the wait. or, you could use ketchup (?) and add other ingredients to make a completel
this is so easy and so good that it is almost sinful!
a wonderful crock pot recipe, especially good in the wintertime after a long day of playing in the snow. from my grandma-in-law.
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