Uruguay most certainly deserves the record for most succulent exports.
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Posted in Food - Posted on Tue 15th April 2008 2.25PM No comments.
Happy Thanksgiving to all. While waiting to imbibe on fowl delights, don't forget the beef.
Recipe from "From Noodles to Strudels"
brisket-- 5 to 6 lbs.
onion soup mix-- 1 to 1.5 oz. envelope
water-- 2 cups
ketchup-- 1 cup
beer-- 1/2 cup
flour-- 1/4 cup
Mix onion soup mix with water in the roasting pan. Season meat with salt and pepper if derired. Place meat in pot, cover, and cook at 325 for 2.5 hours or until almost done. Remove meat to cool. Pour gravy in a bowl and place in freezer. When fat hardens, remove it. Mix gravy with ketchup, beer and flour. Slice meat, place it in roaster, add gravy mixture, and cover. Bake at 325 for 40 minutes or until meat is tender. Excellent for buffet. Recommended served with a good Kugel.
Posted in Food - Posted on Thu 22nd November 2007 8.43AM (2) comments.
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