Fun Fact: A long time ago, Rindsrouladen was considered such a special treat and served on Sundays and/or at special events like weddings or birthdays. It is now a regular staple for many years.
One of Germany’s most famous and oldest meals, Rindsrouladen (also called Rouladen) are thin beef rolls stuffed with onions, smoked bacon, yummy mustard and crunchy pickles. It is then browned and slathered in the rich gravy and served with your favorite potato or noodle.
It is always as popular with everyone in my home as with those who have been invited to dinner.
The soup is very satisfying and children seem to love it as much as adults. I totally recommend trying it out. When I cook this soup in my home, it lasts for three days for my family of four.
♥ Country-style ribs are not really ribs. They are really pork chops, more meaty and less fatty than real ribs, and should be cooked like chops, not ribs.
♥ Country-style ribs are cut from the blade end of the loin close to the pork shoulder. They are meatier than other rib cuts. They contain no rib bones, but instead contain parts of the shoulder blade (scapula).
Fun Fact: Irish soda bread is a dense, unleavened bread made with flour, buttermilk, salt, sugar, and baking soda instead of yeast.
The bread is filling and was introduced around the time of the Irish-potato famine of 1845-1849.
With a just a few steps you can have a quality fruit-infused flavored vinegar at home for 80% less than the cost of the specialty store bottles. And your homemade infused vinegar will be fresher. When you make your own gourmet vinegar, you can customize the flavors to your family’s taste
It’s hard to imagine an easier meal than this Instant Pot version of the take-out classic. Just mx the sauce in the cooker, then layer the noodles and frozen vegetables as directed in and onto the sauce. The machine doesn’t really even come up to high pressure. When the float valve or pin rises to lock the lid onto the pot, turn it off and set it aside. Don’t leave the pot unattended while it’s coming to pressure. Pay attention to the cues in the instructions below.
Nobody can resist a bowlful of guacamole, especially if there are tortilla chips nearby for dipping! Sure, you can buy the store-bought stuff, but nothing else really compares to the flavor of homemade guacamole. And your friends or guests will be super impressed with your knowledge of Mexican cuisine when they see you making guacamole from scratch.
When I discovered I could cook Chinese noodles in the Instant Pot®, my life changed. Okay, not really—but it was a great trick to have up my sleeve. For noodles, I use the KA-ME brand, but you can also substitute ramen noodles. In this recipe, the noodles cook at the same rate as the vegetables, and the cooking liquid turns into a sauce. Dinner is served!
Nope, not even a hint of caviar in this. This dish makes an appearance at most summer barbecues in Texas. The dressing doesn’t contain any mayonnaise, which makes it safer for picnics and barbecues where it might be sitting out for hours in the heat. The fresh vegetables lend a nice contrast to the creamy peas, and the tangy vinaigrette finishes it all off rather well.