|Beef: Chinese Style|
|by Wei-Chuan Publishing|
Here are six economical, easy-to-follow compact cookbooks offering delectable, favorite Chinese recipes that will delight the beginner as well as ...
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This recipe was ... oil for the beef suet! We cooked ... while cooking, add tomatoes or any other seasoning you like -- add pinto beans cooked separately.
Grind the cooked meat and raw apples together coarsely using a meat grinder. Cook all together in a large kettle until heated through. Pack into hot ...
Put meat in ... minutes. Fry off suet and pour grease ... 1 large can tomato sauce, bouillon cubes, 1 can chili and enough water to keep tamales covered.
Grind meat and suet. Beat egg ... strips of bacon on top, place in roasting pan in which 1 tablespoon fat has been melted. Bake in oven 350°F for 1 hour.
This was my Great-Grandmothers recipe. It is best made a few weeks before Christmas, then stored in a cool dry place (no need to refrigerate). To ...
Grind suet. Place in ... a suet bag when cakes are solid only. Needs no refrigeration. Keeps well in a dark, cool place, such as a corner of the cellar.
In large pot, ... chili powder, cumin, beef bouillon, beer and ... powder. I find it best. I also add more flour. Jim won Chili Cookoff with this recipe.
Cook beef without salt. Save broth. Grind beef and suet. Peel and ... Bake at 400 degrees for approximately 45 minutes. Serve warm. Heats well in microwave.
Mix together, put in canning jars. Fill 1/2 full. Steam for 4 hours and seal. Beat and stir. Heat for 10 minutes (over boiler if available).
This dish is ... grinder with the suet and onions (the ... slowly in this uncovered pan for about 3 hours. Serve very hot with creamed potatoes and rutabagas.
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