Add chicken broth plus beef bouillon or 'brown sauce'. I have to thank my blogging friend, Marie from Proud Italian Cook, for inspiring me to elevate some ordinary pork chops to some sublime pork chops in a Marsala sauce
5tsp of cumin seeds, 2 cloves, half inch cinnamon stickWhen cumin seeds splutter, add 1 large finely chopped onionAdd salt and saute the onions until light brownAdd 1 tbsp of ginger-garlic-coriander paste. Add 1 green chilly slit lengthwise (can chop too. )Add a spring of curry leaves and saute for few secondsAdd a pinch of turmeric powder Add 1 large ripe Tomato - finely choppedSaute until oil leaves by the sidesAdd washed and quartered button mushrooms (around 15 or so)Fry for a minCover and cook for 7 minsNeed not add water as mushroom leaves water by itself
We all know the popular Beef and Broccoli dish and definitely had created or own versions in one way or another, some put extra vegetables like carrots or mushrooms, some uses other meat like chicken or pork but in this instance I will be using a different type of broccoli and it is the Chinese … Continue reading »
Sprinkle beef slices with the finely chopped garlic, cheese and parsley. This is taken from the website Wikipedia, "In Italian American cuisine, braciole (the word is commonly pronounced /bra'zhul/ from the Sicilian language) is the name given to thin slices of meat (typically pork, chicken, or beef, and even swordfish) that are rolled with cheese and bread crumbs and fried (the bread crumbs are often left off)"