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Originally Posted by TanBucsFan Some people call this beef tips with noodles, I've always refered ... Stackers' Lounge forum

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    Re: Share Your Favorite Recipes

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    Quote Originally Posted by TanBucsFan
    Some people call this beef tips with noodles, I've always refered to is as stroganoff.

    Cubed beef
    Beef Broth
    Cream of Mushroom
    Garlic
    Pepper
    Paprika
    Egg Noodles
    Sliced Mushrooms
    Chopped/Diced Onions

    Brown the beef with the chopped onions till the outside of the meat is brown, add in some beef broth and seasoning so that the beef simmers in the juices to get tender, add in the sliced mushrooms, reduce heat to medium and cook till beef is tender.

    Boil the noodles in beef broth and water until fully cooked, when the beef is tender, add the drained noodles to the beef, add in the cream of mushroom soup and more beef broth and stir in seasonings to taste. Simmer for a few minutes and its done.
    same here I call mines stroganoff too and it's yummy!
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    Re: Share Your Favorite Recipes

    Quote Originally Posted by mikadad
    how about a good recipe for HULI HULI chicken?
    HULI HULI CHICKEN

    Ingredients:

    chicken
    salt
    butter
    spanada (yes wine)
    spray bottle or cooking brush
    grill

    1-season chicken with salt (hawaiian salt if you have some)

    2-melt butter in bowl and add spanada; mix

    3-fill in spray bottle or use a cooking brush

    4-place chicken on grill (brown)

    5-spray or brush chicken with mix

    6-turn over and repeat step 5 (a lil' burn to the chicken is good too)

    7-keep spraying/brushing until chicken is fully cooked

    8-Enjoy!
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    Re: Share Your Favorite Recipes

    your welcome, when are you gonna make some?
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    Re: Share Your Favorite Recipes

    i'm wondering where you get "hawaiian salt" and "spanada"?? never seen either at my grocery stores or heard of spanada for that matter.

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    Re: Share Your Favorite Recipes

    has anyone done poke chops and rice yet???


    1 cup rice or 2 boil n bags
    1 14 oz can crean or mushroom soup (sometimes i get the one with garlic too)
    4 bone out country chops

    personally i rub the chops with a little olive oil and season with whatever you like on them, pre-heat oven to 375, in ceramic/glass baking dish put rice in and 1/2 cup water or chicken broth and 1/2 the can of soup. mix well. set chops on top and top them with the rest of the soup. tin foil over the dish and cook for about 35 mins (i have a gas oven), then uncover for about another 7-10 mins.

    it's easy!

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    Re: Share Your Favorite Recipes

    ok heres my chili recipe

    2 tblsp vegetable oil
    2 chopped onions
    3 cloves minced garlic
    1 lb ground beef
    1 lb cubed sirloin steak
    1 14.5 ounce can peeled, diced tomatoes w/juice
    1 12 ounce can dark beer (i usually only use 1/2 can)
    1 cup strong brewed coffee
    2 6 oz can tomato paste
    1/2 cup packed brown sugar
    3 1/2 tablespoon cumin seeds
    1 tblspn unsweetend cocoa powder
    1 tspn oregano
    1 tspn ground cayenne pepper
    1 tspn ground coriander
    1 tspn salt
    4 15 oz cans kidney beans
    4 fresh hot chile peppers - seeded and chopped

    1. heat oil in a large suacepan. Cook the onions, garlic, ground beef, and steak until the onions are tender (kind of mushy) and the meat is browned

    2. mix in the diced tomatoes with the juice, beer, coffee, tomato paste and beef broth. season that with the brown sugar, chili powder, cumin, cocoa, oregano, cayenne pepper, coriander and salt. stir in 2 tcans of the beans and the hot chile peppers. turn the heat down and let it simmer for AT LEAST 1 and a half hours. (i let it simmer all afternoon)

    3. about a half hour before youre ready to eat stir in the other 2 cans of beans

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    Re: Share Your Favorite Recipes

    does sound mighty tasty!!!

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    Re: Share Your Favorite Recipes

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    Who knew you could make chili with some of my favorite starbucks coffee lol. Sounds yummy Josh, I'll have to try that sometime.

    Jgirly that chicken sounds yummy, but like mudshovel I've never heard of that wine you refered to.

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    Mudshovel n tan spanada is a red wine (basically you can use any red wine). Hawaiian salt can be found in calif. And nevada, not sure if central or east got it.

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    Re: Share Your Favorite Recipes

    2 Slices Of Wheat Bread

    Skippy Honey Roasted Peanut Butter

    Welches Grape Jelly

    Mash Em 2gether And Enjoy!!!!!
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    Re: Share Your Favorite Recipes

    1) Sugar

    2) Spice

    3) Everything nice

    makes for awesome PPG! or if PPG is not your style then try...

    1) Snips

    2) Snails

    3)Puppy dog tails

    awesome RRB!!

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