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 Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine

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PostSubject: Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine   Wed Apr 15, 2009 11:28 pm

It is called Saurbroten and it all started 4 days ago.

The bottom roast must be marinated in my concoction of red wine, red wine vinegar, gin, pickling spice, bay leaves and onions for 4 days. Turning twice each day.



After the marinating is done it is time to start the cooking process. I melted butter in a large pan and browned the meat on all sides then took it out.



I then chopped up onion, celery and carrot with my new santoku knife and cooked it in the pot until tender.





Added flour to the mix.



I strained my marinade and added a few cups of it and a half cup water to the pot along with the meat.



Now it cooks for 2 hours on low heat. Time to create the side dishes.



Sweet and sour cabbage.



Thinly slice cabbage, cook in melted butter. Coat with sugar, pour in small amount of balsamic vinegar cook covered about 30 min.



I also made potato dumplings. I didnt document that. Boil potatos, skin them, mash them, mix in some flour, cornstarch salt and nutmeg. roll into balls boil in water.



To make gravy for the meat I used 2 cups pot juice and crushed up some ginger snap cookies. Cooked it until the cookies dissolved. MMMMMMMMMMMMM......



Yea, this is kinda pointless. I havn't eaten this in years and it is oh so good. Thanks for reading I hope I made ya hungry.
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PostSubject: Yum Yum   Thu Apr 16, 2009 5:26 pm

My mouth was watering the whole time i was reading this, that looks GGGGOOOOOOOOODDDDDDDD Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine   Thu Apr 16, 2009 5:41 pm

Looks good, Timmay! That one takes some TIME! cheers

I saw someone making it on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives a couple weeks ago in a German Dive. Smile Guy Fiori couldn't believe he had it available everyday!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine   Thu Apr 16, 2009 5:43 pm

I love food.
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PostSubject: Re: Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine   Thu Apr 16, 2009 5:53 pm

toomanytoyz wrote:
Looks good, Timmay! That one takes some TIME! cheers

I saw someone making it on Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives a couple weeks ago in a German Dive. Smile Guy Fiori couldn't believe he had it available everyday!!!

Yes it took a few hours to make. Meat took 2 hours, potato dumps took about an hour cabbage took 45 min. I cooked the meat first and then realized oh ish I still needa do the sides so it took about 3-4 hrs.
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PostSubject: Re: Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine   Thu Apr 16, 2009 6:06 pm

It must be easy for you to hang on to woman, puttin' on a spread like that.
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PostSubject: Re: Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine   Thu Apr 16, 2009 10:00 pm

I love German food. I remember when I lived in Neid Germany. The big ass potatoes, salty pork. veggies, cabage. Yummy.
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