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    Nana used to make steak and pickles. . .

    Lady Fox
    Wed Mar 25, 2009 2:21 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hello Everyone!
    I am looking for a recipe my nana used to make, it was a stir fry type of preparation with beef, pickles, onion, and maybe beer? It isn't rouladen. Does anyone have a recipe like this?
    Koechin (Chef)
    Sun Mar 29, 2009 5:25 pm
    Forum Host
    My mother made something like it and when I was a child I Called it "Curly Meat". icon_biggrin.gif This might be what you are looking for.

    She sauteed lean ground beef (about 1 pound) in some bacon fat (use oil) until nice and brown. Added minced onion (1/2 medium) and cooked until onions where glossy. Add salt, pepper and some caraway seeds (1/2 tsp.). Then she chopped up a German Delicatess Gurken real fine. I can buy "Gundelsheim Barrel Pickles")They are slightly sweet and about the size of thumb). that come from Germany here, but have used "Sweet pickle relish"(3/4 T). It comes very close. Dust with about 1 T flour and stir it in well.Now add a bottle of Dark Beer. Turn the heat up to reduce it a little. Return to simmer for maybe 15 minutes. Adjust seasoning and serve over mashed potatoes.
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