These are delicious pork chops with an asian marinade containing two special ingredients, hoisin sauce, which is a slightly sweet Chinese bean paste and a black bean paste with chilies which is pretty spicy. I like to serve them with braised red cabbage and mashes potatoes in the winter, but in the summer sugar snap peas go very well. This makes lots of marinade which keeps well refrigerated and can be used for baby back ribs or chicken, especially chicken wings.
I didn't post this family recipe here earlier because I thought that everyone made corned beef/silverside like I did LOL...
Now I did a search to look for duplicates and found none! WELL folks, you gotta try this... this is to die for... get ready to drool. In fact, if your pieces of beef are smaller, do two and pop them both in the pot at once :)
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This is from a small cookbook my DM picked up at the Gilroy Garlic Festival some years ago "Totally Garlic Cookbook" by Helene Siegel and Karen Gillinham. This sure looks like a meal meant to be cooked right here in my home...some feel I use too much garlic, I say Never too much garlic.
We've been using this marinade for 25 years and never tire of it. The taste is wonderful and, if left overnight, the marinade helps to tenderize the steaks. (If tenderness is a big issue, add a couple of tablespoons of vinegar to the recipe below). Prep time does not include time for marinading.
I love the flavour combination of lemon, garlic and herbs with lamb and this recipe fulfills my taste buds' expectations! This is not meant to be a roast, but is meant to be fall apart soft - almost like a Mediterranean flavoured "pulled lamb".
I found this unbelievably simple, delicious recipe on the internet - unfortunately, I don't remember which site it came from. This recipe works with any size corned beef - I've just included the size I last bought to comply with 'Zaar's posting requirements. Edited to incorporate suggestion in Peter J's review below.
Yes as a beer advertisement says we do eat our national emblem in Australia. Cook over a BBQ with beer in hand while the kids are inside watching repeats of 'Skippy The Bush Kangaroo' on TV. I think it would also work with other low-fat game meats that don't have a really strong flavour.
If you are following the WW points programme, this serves 4 at 3.5points each. I have included points in brackets beside each ingredient. The chicken or pork is fresh minced.
I serve this with a baked vegetable medley, but as it has oriental flavours, stir fried vegetables could also be used.
This is Gary Rhodes recipe for a great steak and kidney pie, which also allows you the bonus of making the filling the day before you need it. Cover it and bake the following day for 45 minutes to 1 hour and dinner is ready!