|The Gastropub Cookbook|
|by Diana Henry|
Features more than 150 of the best pubs from all over Britain and Ireland, with over 100 recipes from the top 20 pubs.
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Combine these ingredients ... to fill the tamales. Using your ... minutes. They can also be heated in the microwave oven. The best result is to resteam.
In large bowl, combine 1/3 cup tomato juice, cornmeal, 1 Tbs cumin, 1 Tbs chili powder, 1/4 tsp salt, garlic and cayenne pepper. Add the beef and ...
Put all in casserole. Grate 1/4 cup cheese on top with 1/2 cup bread crumbs. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
1. Remove sausages from casings. Crumble into large skillet. Cook, stirring until browned. Drain, reserving 1 tablespoon fat. 2. Put fat into ...
Cook onions in ... in sauce from tamales, tomatoes, sauce, ... Put on top of cheese and crackers. Cover and bake 15 minutes at 350 degrees or until hot.
Rinse pinto beans. ... drain. Add salt pork, chopped onion, ... portion around a teaspoonful of meat mixture to form a ball. (Stir remaining meat into beans).
Fry ground beef and pork with onion and ... make a very thin batter as for griddle cakes. Add shortening to batter and cook on griddle or lightly greased.
Mix hamburger meat, pork sausage, chili powder, ... large pot. When completed, pour tomato juice over them. Cook until rice and meat are done, about 1 hour.
Cook and remove ... water to wet hands when shaping tamales. These freeze well. To heat: Steam from freezer to eat in about 30 minutes. Approximately 30.
Cook sausage until lightly browned. Drain off fat, add beef and cook until brown. Stir in garlic, onion, and celery. Cook until onion is transparent. ...
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