I’ve never made a cheese steak before. Somehow, the idea of making it in the crock pot struck me as brilliant. A few hours later, I was right.
- 1 1/2 lbs beef round steak
- 1 green pepper, sliced
- 1 onion, sliced
- 1 tbsp butter
- hoagie sandwich buns
- american cheese slices
Toss all of your ingredients in the crock pot. Cover and turn on low for 7-8 hours, or high 3-4. Serve. YUM.
Not the best photo … i was super hungry and really wanted to eat. 🙂
Filed under crockpot, dinner
here you go, folks. another dish that you can take to a get together. it all started with my mother’s nacho dip – 5 layers of baked goodness – but i took her dip up a few notches to 7 layers of madness.
- 1 can of re-fried beans
- 1 pound ground meat, browned and drained
- cheese (cheddar or mexican blend)
- 1 pint sour cream
- two mashed up avocados
- jar of salsa
- 1 can of corn
- cheese to top
brown the meat and drain off the fat. while the meat is browning, spread the can of re-fried beans on the bottom of an 9X11 glass dish. add the browned meat on top of the beans and follow with the cheese, reserving some for the top layer. carefully spread the sour cream on top of the cheese making sure to not mix up the other layers. add the avocado, salsa and corn and then top with the reserved cheese.
this is best served with a sturdy chip. there’s a lot to get in one scoop! i did not bake this but next time i make it i think i will try doing so. it’s great cold so i’m sure it will be extra delicious warm. enjoy!
i said in an earlier post i would give you my homemade pasta sauce, and i’m delivering today.
i’m more of a meat sauce fan than meatball fan. i will make meatballs from time to time to shake things up but for the most part, i’m a meat sauce kind of girl. i had some left over meat from making hamburgers the other day and being on the recent pasta kick, i decided to whip out my meat sauce – it’s been a while.
- ground meat ( i had 1/2 pound)
- 2 tablespoons garlic, minced
- 1 medium onion, chopped
- 1 28 oz. can crushed tomatoes
- 1 6 oz. can tomato paste
- splash of red wine
- a couple glugs of worchestershire sauce
- squirt of mustard
- 1/4 cup oregano leaves
- pasta, of your choice
in a pan over medium-high heat, spray with non-stick cooking oil and cook the garlic and onion until the onion is translucent. add the meat and brown. when the meat has browned, add the splash of red wine to deglaze the pan for about a minute or so. next, add the crushed tomatoes and tomato paste. stir well to mix the paste in. add a couple of glugs of worchestershire sauce, the squirt of mustard and the oregano leaves. stir well, cover and turn the heat to low.
while the sauce is simmering, boil the pasta of your choice. when the pasta is done, serve the pasta on a plate, spoon the sauce the pasta and top with basil.
bada-bing. bada-boom. munja. this dish hits the spot every time. yum!
it was a busy day for me so the thought of slaving over the stove for more than 10 minutes wasn’t so thrilling (sorry, the poached egg is going to have to wait!). “what am i going to make for dinner?” i asked myself. i realized a few days ago that i remembered i haven’t made sloppy joes in a while, and tonight was a perfect time to make them. i stopped at the giant eagle and bought a pound of 95% lean beef and buns, along with some cat toys for rio’s first birthday. everything else i had at home. there’s no scientific recipe for my sloppy joes, just sweet and tangy, and no manwich! puh-lease.
brown meat in pan, add about 1 1/2 cups of ketchup, a squirt of yellow mustard, a few “glugs” of worcestershire sauce and two spoonfuls of brown sugar. combine and warm. serve on buns and enjoy.
Filed under dinner, lunch