This recipe is a favorite of my family.It is a great recipe for parties. Even the little ones eat it up. It is full of flavor and some find it addictive! You can also cook a pork roast with this recipe for bbq pork sandwiches. You will just have to carefully pick the meat to remove all fat before adding the bbq sauce.We like our bbq beef on toasted buns with mustard and pickle or a spoonful of homemade coleslaw.
filet mignon is my favorite cut of beef, and i travel to philadelphia's italian market to a butcher who knows how to cut it right. this is yet another easy way to serve this delectable steak, from food network.
This recipe is similar to a dish made at Olive Garden. It includes instructions for preparing the balsamic reduction and alfredo sauce, though both items may be purchased already prepared. This is a family favorite!
I got the roasting idea from Paula Deen. When I first saw this way of cooking I said to myself "Get out of here"! BUT this is great for putting in the oven and going to a movie, spending time with guests, preparing the rest of the meal, or just you time. I changed the time to what worked for me. Seasoned to the way we like it. With lots of Fresh Garlic and Rosemary. I made boneless because that is what was for sale. And makes for easy slicing! The cooking time is the actual time roast is in oven while on. Add 3 hours for resting in cooling oven. Oven Door MUST stay closed.
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I was excited to find this recipe online. In my younger days I worked at a restaurant that served a delicious parmesan butter with all of it's steaks. This is so close to that very recipe.
Try the Paprika-Parmesan Butter with all of your favorites steaks.
This recipe is so easy, yet so delicious. You can change up the type of meat (I have used a combo of beef, chicken and/or sausage) and use whatever veges you choose. It always comes out a winner! Whenever I bring it to a carry-in, I am inevitably asked for the recipe! I highly recommend you use Certified Angus Beef when preparing this dish ... you will taste the difference!
A co-worker of mine brought this in for a company carry in and I just had to have the recipe. Her husband works for Certified Angus Beef (CAB), so I think that is why that brand is promoted! Definitely a comfort food!
This is a variation of the recipe posted by AshleyAnne. Preparation and ingredients are different, but credit for the concept should be given to her! I came home at lunch and added the vegetables into the crock pot so they did not overcook. If you cannot do this, leave the potatoes whole so they take longer to cook through.