Making Japanese Beef Curry from scratch is really challenging nowadays because we can use many kinds of instant curry paste in store. But by making our own spice blend we can get many possibilities and customize the taste if you hate particular spices.
This recipe is so rich because I use the right amount of spices and I will tell you some tips how to make slow cooked foods taste more complex and better. Slow cooked foods is food that need more than 1 hour in one process for example simmering, smoking or baking. The key is we cook it low and slow.
Pretty much all year long, but especially when life gets busy, quick and easy meals are our favorite! We love cooking and spending time in the kitchen together, but we also love having dinner ready in under 30 minutes! I mean, who doesn’t?! Justin is coaching a boy’s flag football team this Fall and I am heading back to teaching barre classes, which means 3 evenings out of the week will involve activities that take us away from our home. While it’s fun, it can also be tiring some weeks and makes getting dinner on the table quickly a priority! This Korean beef bowl is great because you likely have all the ingredients on hand already or will only need to grab a couple of things at the store, and you’ll have it all ready to go in about 25 minutes!
Take your Taco Tuesday to new heights with these easy Ground Beef Tacos. Served with homemade baked taco shells, you really can’t go wrong!
I mean it really doesn’t have to be a Tuesday to devour these beauties. Perfect for lunch or dinner, midweek or weekend. There’s a million and one way to enjoy tacos, but here’s exactly how I like mine. Follow me.
Hey friends, if you’re looking for an easy quesadilla recipe, you’ve come to the right place!
If you know me and you follow Girl Heart Food you know that I’m a HUGE fan of quesadillas. One of the reasons is, like grilled cheese sandwiches, quesadillas are a method of getting more cheese in my pie hole, lol.
Seriously, though, hubby and I enjoy quesadillas on the regular. They’re super easy to whip up, you can put as little or as much as you want in ’em and they always taste amazing.
I’ve shared other varieties with you guys before, like chicken, lentil, and even breakfast quesadillas. Today though? Ground beef quesadillas. One thing they all have in common—>Cheese…and lots of it! You gotta have quesadillas with cheese, if you ask me! Tell me you don’t wanna grab some through your screen….if only, right?!
I’m not a beer drinker at all, but I do love the flavor it lends when you cook with it. Beer batter fried fish is probably my favorite way to cook with beer, but I just may have found another recipe with this beef stew. It’s hearty and delicious..with a definite taste of Guinness.
If there’s one thing I would do differently in my preparation of the stew is that, I wouldn’t use extra stout, cos it’s extra bitter. But, I’m pretty clueless when it comes to picking beers and so I didn’t know the difference before. As you’ll see in my recipe below I specify not to use extra stout, although all my pictures show Guinness Extra Stout. Take my word for it. We still ate all the stew and it was delicious, but it left a little bitter after-taste that regular Guinness doesn’t leave.
Do give this recipe a try if you’re a stew fan…or a beer fan for that matter, you won’t regret it!