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This is delicious creamy ground beef, bean and corn mixture layered between crushed tortilla chips and cheddar cheese then topped off with more cheese, tomatoes and green onions, if you like extreme spice then add in some cayenne pepper and use spicy salsa
Beef tenderloin is also called Filet Mignon or Porterhouse, this is an amazing steak recipe that can be doubled if desired. Next to grilled steak this is my favorite recipe to use for a top quality cut of beef steak, just try this, and it will become your
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From South American Food and Cooking. This is a lasagna-like combo that is quite flexible to suit your family's preferences. Instead of 12 oz of meat, I used some already cooked beef cubes I had in the freezer and added a can of pinto beans and some corn.
I am posting this here so I don't lose it! This is the first time I got this right - at least the way my MIL and her family makes it. (Note the measurements are still altered by taste: too sour, more soysauce; too salty, more calamansi juice). If you don't
When I make this...we freeze 1/2 for another busy day..hope you enjoy it!
You can make this using beef or pork steak, if you are using a sweet barbecue sauce then I would suggest omitting the brown sugar you may slice the steaks into cubes instead of leaving in one piece if desired and sliced green bell pepper may also be added
I use this delicious tender flank steak for stuffing enchiladas. The taste of the seasoning is quite spicy but oh so good. Nothing is wasted in this dish, the liquid from the stock goes into the oven as sauce for the baked enchiladas. All credit for the se
Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse, 2006
Another one of those 'Let's throw this all together and see how it tastes' recipes. The sauce comes out as a maroon color, hence the title.
My family loves pork steak fixed this way...hope yours does too.