Cowboy Brisket gets its name from one of its ingredients, namely coffee, which is a staple for cowboys of old and today. Along with coffee, garlic, onions, and apple cider vinegar flavor this slow-roasted, tender beef brisket.
Sausage rolls are quite popular in New Zealand’s bakeries. They are eaten any time of the day as a snack or meal but are most popular at breakfast or lunch. They are quite yummy and may also be cut down to use as appetizers.
Cabbage rolls are a comfort food for many folks. A savory stuffing of herbed ground beef, sausage, and rice is lovingly wrapped in cabbage leaves, then braised to tender goodness. They are easy to make for a satisfying hearty meal.
40 Clove Garlic Brisket is an adaptation of Chicken with 40 Cloves of Garlic, swapping beef brisket for the chicken. Personally speaking, I love it even more than the chicken. Do not be afraid of the large amount of garlic. Roasted whole garlic cloves have a delicious mild nutty taste with just a hint of garlic flavor.
The key to these delicious Sweet Spicy Cocktail Meatballs is the incredibly simple addictive sauce. These are the ultimate party appetizer and go so fast, you may want to consider making a double batch.
Sausage Omelet Pie is perfect for those on low-carb and keto diets. It works well as a dinner meal or for a brunch. The concept is simple: press a flavorful sausage mixture into the bottom of a deep pie plate to serve as a crust, then fill with an omelet.
Everyone loves Italian meatballs, but do you really trust that mystery ground beef from the market? Start with a beef chuck shoulder roast and grind your own. I’m serious! This way you know what’s in it, it tastes better, and it’s usually cheaper to boot. Too much trouble, you’re thinking? Not at all. Find out how.
Chile Colorado is a favorite dish at Mexican restaurants. You won’t believe how easy it is to make at home with a fabulously easy and versatile red chile sauce better than any canned sauce on the market.