This flank steak comes out so delicious! It is so easy to make and you can put the marinade together, toss in the flank steak and toss in the freezer for an OAMC treat. The recipe comes from the Super Suppers cookbook.
This recipe uses lots of salt -- which I don't normally use much of. When I prepared it, I didn't add nearly as much salt -- probably a couple of tbsps. If I didn't want to use the juices, I would use the amount of salt Tyler calls for.
Don't let the long list of ingredients stop you from making this recipe -- it's delicious! My red potatoes were large so I quartered them and I did not peel them. I used baby carrots instead of regular size carrots. The recipe originally comes from Southern Living.
The great taste of pizza in a casserole! Substitute 2 cups of pizza cheese for the cheddar and mozzarella if desired. The no-stick foil is great to use on this casserole when baking so the cheese doesn't stick.
While I won't go into why these are called meat spheres instead of meatballs, my DD found this recipe in my recipe file and made some up. I didn't see a recipe posted just like it. Although we are not much for meat spheres, we opt for this recipe because they are simple, baked instead of fried and are versatile. I have made these into tiny meatballs for appetizers as well. I often make double the amount and freeze some for later meals or subs. Freezing instructions follow cooking instructions.
Got this off of all recipes. I add a little garlic because I pretty much do to everything! They are just amazing. Serve them at your next BBQ and I promise everyone will love them. Recipe can scaled down for a smaller crowd.
This is one of our favorite recipes for crock pot roast. It's easy and a little different than the usual crock pot roasts. I got the recipe off the Internet and I wish I could thank the original poster for a great recipe!
I tried this last night and it's a keeper! The recipe comes from the old BH&G magazine, Hometown Favorites. I made it as posted but I do not have an oven-safe Dutch oven so I transferred the meat to a baking dish after browning, poured the sauce over and baked. I made the gravy in a separate saucepan on the stove.