I like to slice it into a skillet with about 1/4 inch of oil and fry it with
the appropriate seasoning and onions, and then when it is about done, add
hot dogs, cooked pork or spare ribs, and turn the fire down. Then I simmer
it for anther 20 minutes or so.
If you can do a Hot Water Bath, you can also make sauerkraut and can it. I
have a great recipe that results in a good flavored sauerkraut rather than
the stuff you buy in a can. If you are interested in it, contact me direct.
Yes, I have 5 ideas and they are all the same: my Mum's beef chow mein!
It's delicious and uses lots of cabbage but you truly wouldn't know it.
Beef Chow Mein (Beef Chou Mein)
One and a half pounds of minced steak.
quarter teaspoon curry powder,
3 medium onions,
one and a half or two packets soup powder "Creme of Chicken Soup",
3 sticks celery,
half a pound of green string beans (with string removed),
three quarters of a large tender cabbage,
salt to taste (very little)
4 cups water.
Prepare onions, celery, beans & cabbage by chopping or slicing.
Fry mince and onions, Add curry and soup powders pre-mixed with the
water. Lastly, add remaining vegetables and cook three quarters of
an hour in an electric wok or fry pan with lid on, stirring often to
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