Well, these happen to be beef, but they work with a variety of fillings. Today I used ground beef, but most of the time I use pulled chicken or beef from a chuck roast. Pulled pork is another great filling, … Continue reading Beef Enchiladas
I’m pretty sure you never saw this recipe before. My mother made “Hamburger Stew” all the time and said that her grandmother, who lived with them, made it, although she also said that her grandmother wouldn’t allow her to be … Continue reading Hamburger Stew
Not a casserole, but still a one-dish meal, it’s easy to roast or grill any of the variety of vegetables that are available in the summer and combine them with pasta, with or without meat for a terrific summer meal. … Continue reading Noodles and Roasted Vegetables
I’m beginning with this recipe for no other reason than that I made it last night. The pics are not that great, but I hope to do better later.
This recipe is a combination of a few you might know as Swiss Steak and Salisbury Steak, although the latter is supposed to be made with minced beef. Unlike most recipes for cube steaks, this recipe braises the meat in the oven until tender, which can take anywhere from 45 minutes to over an hour. I don’t consider it to be a version of Chicken-Fried Steak because there is no breading with egg, just a flour dredge, and no white gravy at the end. Still, it might have gone by that name in your house. Continue reading “Smothered Cube Steaks”