|James McNair's Beef|
|by James McNair|
James McNair presents tried and true methods for choosing, preparing and cooking all cuts of beef, including the new leaner beef.
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Thinly slice the beef, with the ... bread crumbs and egg. Season lightly ... Sprinkle beef with flour, turning the ... long, cold, New England Winters.
Mix corned beef hash with bread crumbs, egg, tomato juice, ... Then sprinkle in flour. Add milk ... minced parsley. Serve the rest of the cabbage separately.
Combine milk, eggs, onion, horseradish ... foil. Pack corned beef mixture into pan. ... and blend in flour. Gradually add ... beef loaf. Makes 8 servings.
Place roast in ... pan and add flour and water mixed ... both potatoes, add eggs, cream of ... minutes or until dumplings rise. Serve with sour beef and gravy.
Brown ground beef in butter. Add ... mustard, oregano and flour. Cook with ... edge. Brush with egg mixture. Pierce top ... degrees until top is golden brown.
Cook carrots 10 ... salt water. Mix beef with first 9 ... meatballs. Roll in flour. Brown meatballs ... Cover with tomato gravy. Bake 350 degrees for 1 hour.
PREPARING MEAT: Preheat ... degrees. Mix beaten egg and water and ... and stir in flour with a whisk. Brown. Stir in beef stock until smooth. ... Serve with Beef Wellington.
In large bowl, combine flour and salt. Cut ... bowl. Brown ground beef. Drain excess ... Brush with beaten egg yolk. Prick surface ... Serve with sour cream.
Cook and stir beef in 2 tablespoons ... broth with the flour in tightly covered ... noodles. 6 servings. Note: Beef is easier to slice if partially frozen.
Brown beef and onion; add flour, salt, garlic ... cream cheese, and egg. Mix well. ... (or until crust is brown). Let stand for 10 minutes before cutting.
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