Do you know how to prepare Polish Croquettes with meat? This is step by step video recipe for the famous Polish Croquettes with meat - Krokiety with meat.
Make your favorite American-style Greek gyros at home! This gyro meat recipe combines ground beef and lamb to get that distinctive flavor you find at Greek restaurants. The texture is meatloaf-style rather than restaurant-style, but the flavors are on point. Doing it this way saves tons of time. Top with Tzatziki Sauce, tomatoes, onions, and cucumbers!
If you love traditional German recipes, you need to try our Bavarian Roast Pork! This roast recipe is perfect for when you're craving a hot, hearty, and completely satisfying dinner experience. A touch of sweet honey, combined with delicious beer 'n' brat mustard, ladled over juicy pork, makes this a German classic that has stood the test of time.
Make any carnivore fall in love with plant-based food by serving these mouth-watering Beyond Meat recipes! Hearty comfort food favorites without any animal products. The following vegan sausage rolls are quick and easy to make, crowd-pleasing, and great party food!
There are some recipes that are worth the wait and Julia Child's Beef Bourguignon is one of them. You can’t and shouldn't rush savory, seared beef, and fork-tender vegetables, especially when they simmer a rich full-flavored sauce. When a recipe is this good, there's no need to rush, are we right? Don’t be surprised when this time-honored dish wows your whole crew. There's a reason this beef bourguignon is a culinary cult-classic, and they’ll see and taste why.
A Scottish Bridie is simple hand-held meat pie made in a horseshoe shape. It usually contains beef, and sometimes onion, and a few various seasonings. Forfar Bridies are named after the town of Forfar, in Angus, where it’s said a baker called Mr Jolly invented them around the late 19th century in Back Wynd, which is now known as Queen Street (story as told in The Scots Kitchen).
This Russian beef Stroganoff recipe makes a deliciously rich and creamy rendition of the beef and mushroom dish once cooked in the grand kitchen of the Stroganoff Palace in St Petersburg. My beef Stroganoff recipe is based on a combination of my Russian family recipe, and the earliest documented Russian Stroganoff recipes by Elena Molokhovets in A Gift to Young Housewives, dating to 1861, and Pelageya Aleksandrova-Ignatieva’s Practical Basics of Culinary Arts, dating to 1899. Serve it with mashed potato or shoestring fries as the Russians do.