We were on cooking together and I wanted hubby to choose some dishes to make. This was one his mum (and mine) used to make all the time growing up. I have adapted it only slightly to fit with both versions from both mums and what I had at time of cooking eg lactose free milk which normally be full cream milk.
This recipe has been one I used for years and years and tweaked a bit this time. Sorry No Photo for this one.
I love making sate sauce and each time I do its a little different from the last depending what I have available.
i love a good roast and this is a cheats way to get the meal done without waiting hours for it to cook. it taste same as a traditional roast without all the fuss.
Beef Strog to use up mushrooms but I used Coconut milk instead of sour cream or evaporated milk which you could use instead. I added Quinoa/Brown Rice 90 second microwave pouch made 4 serves. Green Beans or Mixed Vegetables to bulk out the Strog. .
Using Grass Fed Beef Mince for different meals . Out of 2x 500g packs of mince I got 4 meals. see recipes below. These are also paleo recipes that I revert back to. The shaxo xing cooking wine may not be paleo. I didn’t have any red wine which is usually in the recipe. It is also the base for bolognaise sauce.
This is another Grass Fed Beef Mince that has a base for 2 different meals. Enjoy!
Aldi had beef brisket on special and brisket is perfect for slow cooker. I added this to slow cooker with 1 onion sliced and 1/4 bottle of salt reduced BBQ sauce. Cooked on low for 7hrs and it just falls apart. I am making it into homemade kebab with wraps & quinoa tabouleh.
I wanted to do steak and chimichurri sauce i made. I didn’t really like the sauce but when i team it with the rest of the plate it was ok. This plate was 2 serves for me. I could only eat half and kept rest for another meal. (The chips fish cocktail and sea shanty with aioli for me is 1 meal in itself). Hubby ate the lot in one go. The Chimichurri sauce was a recipe from a free magazine I picked up at the supermarket.
Bento Soy is a Japanese soy which I don’t use very often but wanted to team it with mushrooms and minced beef. So here is the lovely combinations. Not many flavours to contend with but worked well. Loved this one and so did hubby. Will be making it again. Its a lettuce wrap or san choi bau type dish but with Japanese flavours instead of Chinese.
I don’t buy steak a lot as I have to be careful of my iron due to health condition. Simplicity at its best. These thin sizzling steaks only take a minute to cook. Team with vegetables of your choice
I love gravy and this homemade one doesn’t disappoint. It was a pure experiment that worked. I will be referring back to this one in future recipes.