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PostSubject: Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine   Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine EmptyWed 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.

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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.

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

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Added flour to the mix.

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

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

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Sweet and sour cabbage.

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

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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.

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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......

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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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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   Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine EmptyThu 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   Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine EmptyThu Apr 16, 2009 5:43 pm

I love food.
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PostSubject: Re: Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine   Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine EmptyThu 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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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   Tim chefs up some fine German cuisine EmptyThu 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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