I use my Recipe #124958 and Recipe #124957 (recipes posted separately) to make these for family movie nights (hence the name). They are a little less messy to eat than most meatball subs due to the hollowed-out rolls, and the unused bread chunks can be used for other purposes.
I got this out of a magazine many years ago (can't remember which one). I try different shepherd's pie recipes but always come back to this one. The prep time is merely guess work as is the number it feeds (depends on the appetite of those eating).
A popular "new" cut of steak (Top Blade Steak) that is cheaper and surprisingly more flavorful than the expensive steaks that is gaining popularity in the US. Posted for forum request. Said to be replacing the last steak-cut-fad "the hanger"...from Gourmet Sleuth
I think you will really enjoy this meatloaf, I know my family does! ---if you have any left overs just warm slightly and serve in crusty buns with BBQ sauce --- this is great served with mashed taters or fries, the topping recipe may be doubled if desired ----- *note* if you want to take this meatloaf to another level and make this company-worthy prepare the meatloaf with the stuffing mixture in the middle, this is only optional the meatloaf is still delicious by itself --- prep time does not include preparing the stuffing mixture.
This stew consists of tender pieces of steak sauteed just until rare, then added to an array of vegetables. It's best made with beef tenderloin, although New York strip steak, sirloin tips and skirt steaks can also be used.
This is an easy recipe and a great way to prepare a roast without heating up my house on a hot Phoenix summer day. The marinade recipe is from a book called "The Passion of the Barbeque." I've made this for just my family, and have also made it for a large crowd (40 plus people) by adding more roasts to the spit. Preparation time includes marinating.
The meat is so tender and juicy and has an excellent flavor. The cook time was right on for medium steak, IMHO. Revised just a little from the original TOF recipe. I did however, double the marinade, not in the recipe but when I made it, to make sure I got good coverage of the meat. The original only marinaded the meat for 1 hour, but I did it overnight and I think that make a big difference. Prep time does not include the time it takes to marinade.
I clipped this recipe from Taste of Home magazine several years ago and have found it to be the best-tasting easy beef and broccoli stir-fry. It is credited to Ruth Stahl. I often use charcoal chuck steak, which is very tender and lean. I also like that it doesn't call for any unusual ingredients.