Friday, April 10, 2020
Red Sauce Enchiladas
2 cups any kind of meat (shrimp, cooked chicken, browned ground beef, pulled pork)
Coat the bottom of a casserole baking dish with some of the tomato sauce mixture.
Thursday, April 2, 2020
A Poor Girl’s Fatty
When we went down to Florida this winter, we had about 18 little one-pound packages of ground beef in our motor home freezer. We had split a cow with Roy’s brother and our home freezer was full of it. Having all that meat was perfect for making lots of burgers (and even for smoking meatloaf!), but after a while I needed a cure for hamburger boredom. Our next door site neighbor, Dave, is a genus when it comes to BBQ. He told me about a Fatty. It is supposed to be stuffed with what ever you fancy, wrapped in bacon and cooked in a smoker I decided to cheat by ditching the bacon and doing it on the grill- but it could easily be baked in a 375 degree Fahrenheit oven for about 25 to 30 minutes. Anyway, I had fun! The first time I did it, it looked perfect- but I didn’t take photos! The second time was a disaster and the third, mostly seen here, was average looking. I hope you have as much fun as I did with it. Let me know at yatesyummies.gmail.com.
What you need:
A ziplock plastic bag
A pair of scissors
At least a pound of ground beef
Things to add such as spinach leaves, hard boiled eggs, olives - anything goes...
Put the hamburger in a plastic bag.
Roll it from side to side, but not too thin- it's better not to roll it all the way up to the zip top.
Use a pair of scissors to cut the bag open, but leave the rolled out meat on the bag. Sprinkle the meat with the seasonings.
Let the plastic bag sort of aid you, as you start with one side and roll it up. Above is what happened when I rolled the meat out too thin.
This one worked out a little bit better! Sprinkle more seasoning on top before cooking.
Either bake the rolled up meat at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for about 25-30 minutes, or transfer to a quarter sheet pan and place on a medium heat grill. After about 10 minutes, carefully roll over the "fatty" and let it cook on the other side. If you have a meat thermometer, it is done at 160 degrees Fahrenheit. If you aren't sure, cut into it and if it looks raw, put it back in the oven or on the grill.
Slice it and serve it up. It doesn't look pretty, but its pretty yummy!
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