|by Phyllis Magida|
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1. Heat oil ... heat. 2. Season steaks with salt and pepper. Saute steaks until browned, ... broth and horseradish and bring to a boil. Serve immediately.
Heat oil in ... moderately high heat. Saute steaks until browned, 2 ... medium. Stir in beef broth and horseradish, and bring to boil. Serve. 4 servings.
Directions for two steaks: Heat in ... onion, garlic, mushrooms, salt and pepper. Cover for 5 minutes and then spread over steak or hamburger and enjoy.
Cube and brown round steak; set aside. Chop and saute vegetables until tender ... condiments together, you will be amazed at the wonderful flavor. Serves 6.
Saute onions in lard. ... with the juice from the canned mushroom. Add mushrooms and cream. Serve on rice and top with crisp canned fried onions. Serves 6.
Cut beef (I ... Clean slice, and sauté mushrooms in ... declare, the praises of Him who called you nut of darkness into His wonderful light. I Peter 2:9
Saute onions in shortening. ... with crisp, canned fried onions. Serves 6. To sliver: Take hard frozen meat and slice in thin pieces while still frozen.
In wok or ... Add ham. Quickly saute until browned. Using ... and caraway seeds. Heat to boiling, stirring constantly until jelly melts. Serve over rice.
1. Saute bread rounds in ... 3. Dry the steaks on paper towels. ... steaks. Top each steak with a hot artichoke heart filled with Bearnaise Sauce. Spectacular!
Cut steak into thin slices ... mixture and allow to marinate overnight. Cook on grill the next day. OPTIONAL: Add pineapple chunks or juice in marinade.
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