What did you have for dinner II?

Tin Man

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Had to go inside the Perimeter today. Decided to dine at the Food Terminal- a Malaysian place. Had crispy fried pigs ear, bacon wrapped scallop skewers, 6-hour braised beef with house made noodles, baby bok choy & sprouts. Wife shared the apps and had Grandma's BBQ pork belly in a similar noodle bowl.
 

NEVolFan

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Share a recipe if you can. Thanks
Here is the basics I go with for a yuge pot.

1) 6 lbs 80/20 hamburger meat.
2) 2 onions diced
3) several cloves of fresh garlic, crushed, diced., salt and pepper... all this is cooked until meat is fully browned.
4) Then I add 2 cans of crushed tomatoes to the pans (I use 2 fry pans to prep meat)... and then start adding just a small amount of the good stuff to the meat and let simmer (cumen, paprika- 3 types, chili powder).
5) Transfer to yuge pot... and added kidney beans, various tomato types (sauce, crushed, diced, whole... I stick with Italian brands)
6) Finish adding all the seasonings... I like to sneak up on it... add and let simmer, taste and add until I am in the zone I like. I let it simmer for 2-3 hours and then dig in.

That's pretty much it...
 

Orange Sunset

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Here is the basics I go with for a yuge pot.

1) 6 lbs 80/20 hamburger meat.
2) 2 onions diced
3) several cloves of fresh garlic, crushed, diced., salt and pepper... all this is cooked until meat is fully browned.
4) Then I add 2 cans of crushed tomatoes to the pans (I use 2 fry pans to prep meat)... and then start adding just a small amount of the good stuff to the meat and let simmer (cumen, paprika- 3 types, chili powder).
5) Transfer to yuge pot... and added kidney beans, various tomato types (sauce, crushed, diced, whole... I stick with Italian brands)
6) Finish adding all the seasonings... I like to sneak up on it... add and let simmer, taste and add until I am in the zone I like. I let it simmer for 2-3 hours and then dig in.

That's pretty much it...
LOL. You gave a dudes version!!:eek: How bout "how much" for the spices, beans, tomato types & anything else. Thanks again

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