Beef and Lamb Recipes Brian Jones 2018-01-09T08:25:49+00:00
Beef & Lamb Recipes!
Beef and lamb are relatively rare in Hungary, or certainly our corner of rural Hungary anyway… However they are a favourite of mine so I will occasionally splash the cash and cook one of my favourite dishes. It would be hard to pick a favourite of the following dishes, all absolute barnstormers typically using a little meat but getting the maximum flavour out of it!
These Moroccan influenced beef meatballs join an ever growing list of meatballs from around the world, meatballs are just magic, a wonderfully economic way of stretching meat a little further and providing a big hearty meal at a bargain basement cost.
You all knew that it would not be long before I got a curry on my site in 2018 and this Lamb Rogan Josh is bought to you by some good fortune after spending sometime out shopping (joy of joys) between Christmas and New Year.
It is definitely stew season so I broke out my Instant Pot to work on a new beef bourguinon recipe and this bad boy is great… It is fit and ready to go in an hour rather than the several hours it would normally take and uses probably the cheapest cut of beef you can find, shin,
A Bhuna pronounced boona is probably one of the most common dishes on a British Indian Curry House menu, any my fakeaway beef bhuna plays with the same ideas of a really thick and unctuous tomato based sauce coating big chunks of beef.
This beef stroganoff has been a long time in coming, I posted my mushroom stroganoff recipe almost 2 years ago and stated back then that I would choose mushroom stroganoff over beef any day of the week. That thought kinda irked me a little, shrooms are great but c’mon it’s beef it’s gotta be good right? Anyway I went back to the drawing board, I mean all the way back to recipes from the 1800’s.
Meatballs are just one of those foods that are perfect comfort food and something we love around here and these Spicy, sticky teriyaki meatballs are the perfect shift away from the typical American Italian meatball combo, which lets face it is awesome…
At the heart of a good hotpot is a great stew and at the heart of a great stew is the right type of meat, the name kinda gives it away with this mutton hotpot, I have used mutton… Essentially old lamb, over a couple of years old!
Much like the scene scene from Full Metal Jacket, I firmly believe that “This is my ‘Instantpot chili recipe’. There are many like it, but this one is mine.”, I do not however view it as either my best friend or my life, more a warm and welcoming friend that just makes things a little bit better.
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