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    I originally found this recipe at Recipe Goldmine but have added and subtracted after trial and error. The original recipe called for a 10 oz pkg of frozen peas to be added during the last 15 minutes of cooking. I usually add a little rosemary and cayenne. Can add the spices you wish. This is very good!

    Recipe #36984

    This is a yummy quick stir-fry dish that's common in casual eateries in Hong Kong.

    Recipe #192983

    A family favourite from Betty Crocker's Quick & Easy Cookbook.

    Recipe #164414

    5 Reviews |  By Elmotoo

    I found this on a Korean website. Serve with rice and side dishes or as an appetizer with drinks.

    Recipe #191379

    Found in The Wichita Eagle who listed as source: "Foods of Vietnam" by Nicole Routhier. Stashing for good winter eating!

    Recipe #383563

    recipe got from an old women visiting from hungry back in 1961

    Recipe #371845

    This is a very substantial beef stew from an asian recipe. The ingredients in this beef broth have a depth of flavor that satisfys even someone with a strictly western palate. I used cellophane noodles added to the finished product but would suggest if using this type to use sparingly. You can also use linguine. I discovered this recipe in Jennifer Brennan's cookbook "The Cuisines of Asia".

    Recipe #371325

    Just about any large leaf lettuce can be used to create cups or folded packets for this spicy Szechuan-style dish of ground beef. The filling is also good on flour tortillas or pita pockets with shredded lettuce. It makes a great warm weather light dinner, perfect for sharing with friends! This recipe was printed in the food section of the December 17, 2008 Houston Chronicle and was adapted from "Quick and Easy Chinese".

    Recipe #368628

    A rich, flavorful dish that will have you coming back for more! Adapted from Chef2Chef.

    Recipe #238768

    Source: Pillsbury.com This is a great way to use up leftover pot roast and make a completely different meal.

    Recipe #360054

    A tubular type pasta is best served with this such as Rigatoni or Penne but also goes well with polenta. Enjoy!

    Recipe #300246

    From Grey Poupon, this is a nice steak and sauce combination.

    Recipe #330264

    You could also grill your steak instead of cooking it in bacon grease as the recipe states, making it a little healthier. Then just serve with the sauce and sprinkled bacon. Not exactly heart healthy, but it's good!

    Recipe #341660

    2 Reviews |  By Sara 76

    I love the Reef & Beef at our local pub, and have been trying to copy their sauce for years! I think I finally have it! I simply tweaked my Recipe #312216 , and came up with this!

    Recipe #352836

    Another version of a French classic.

    Recipe #353837

    Mustard is not just for hot dogs anymore. This steak is fast and easy to prepare and would go well with most any side dish. Once the mustard has been added, do not allow to boil or the sauce will become unpleasant.

    Recipe #353838

    1 Reviews |  By Shawn C

    Once we moved from our first base my husband said he never wanted this again- you see it was the cheapest things we could afford to make on a regular basis and we had it every week! It was and still is a great dish- it is quick and CHEAP!!

    Recipe #358228

    This is a good stew for OAMC (once a month cooking) since it doesn't have any potatoes and thus will freeze well. Fresh made cheesy dumplings finish off the meal.

    Recipe #357573

    Not the same old beef stew. This one is made with ground beef and chickpeas instead of stew beef and potatoes.

    Recipe #357620

    3 Reviews |  By Chickee

    This recipe is from Brigitte Hafner. When I made it I found I had to add quite a bit of water in the last 15 minutes to stop it getting too dry, just keep an eye on it and stir frequently. I used rump steak as that was all I had, but I marinaded it for 24 hours in a tenderising marinade and it was absolutely amazing. I made this in a nonstick wok so you may like to use more oil if you don't have one of these. Also, I used pre-cooked potatoes to make it a little faster and just reheated them in the curry (but they would taste nicer cooked in).

    Recipe #186638

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