Pulled Beef

Pulled Beef

  • Servings: 6
  • Difficulty: easy
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Most people love pulled pork but we do not eat pork so I made up this delicious barbeque pulled beef… DO YOU SMELL IT!!!


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Grilled Steak

Grilled Steak

  • Servings: 3
  • Difficulty: easy
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When its cold and 20 miles an hour winds outside and you cannot use your grill but you want to have a juicy steak for dinner, what to do? I found the simple way to achieve that  prefect, Smokey, delicious, juicy and flavorful steak is to have it prepare in sauté pan on the stovetop…Just a little butter or olive oil, room temperature meat and any of your favorite combination of spices and you have an easy meal on your hands in no time.

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Sirloin steak stew

Sirloin Steak stew

  • Servings: 2
  • Difficulty: easy
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Stew is one of the easiest dishes to prepare when using the slow cooker, any dish is easy to prepare and cook in it for that matter!

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Kofta – – Middle Eastern Meatloaf

Kofta-Middle Eastern Meatloaf

  • Servings: 5
  • Difficulty: easy
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Kota is the most beloved and most famous dish in the middle east, its delicious and ohh its so easy to make.

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Every home has its own recipe to prepare this dish, its widely made in a pan like my mom’s recipe below, or as a Kabob on skewers, or long shaped meatballs. Continue reading

Jello-Sugar Free

Jello-sugar free

  • Servings: 12
  • Difficulty: easy
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Who does not love Jello, little kids and big kids loves it.

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I created this recipe for the fact we could not eat store bought Jello, because it contained pork gelatin, and for a long time I searched the internet for the alternative Halal / Kosher key ingredient to create it.

When I found beef gelatin few years back I was in haven and I been making homemade Jello ever since.

Fruit could be added to the Jello before refrigerating(I use sugar free caned fruit)and top with homemade whip cream before serving.

I always use plastic cups when I am serving this delicious treat to the little kiddos. Easy to handle and no one breaks my nice glassware.

.8 cups boiling water

.3 packets Kool-Aid any flavor, I used Cherry

.2 1/2 cups of Sugar Substitutes

.1/2 cups beef gelatin

Line up baking sheet with 12, 20oz plastic cups, set aside.

In a large heatproof bowl, add Kool-aid, sugar substitutes and beef gelatin.

Carefully pour the boiling water while whisking, keep whisking until everything dissolved and no lumps.

By using a small gravy ladle, carefully fill the plastic cups all the way.
Refrigerate overnight.Enjoy!