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Tuesday, 14 September 2010 13:57

Not So Mongolian Beef

Mongolian Beef has no connection with traditional Mongolian cuisines but that doesn't stop us from eating this Chinese-American creation. The term Mongolian is meant to imply the food is "exotic". Nevertheless, the dish is tasty and very simple to re-create at home. You may have a harder time convincing your family it's not take out. Now consider this our version of Mongolian Beef, if you are a purist omit the vegetables and add chopped green onions at the end.

Published in Main Course
Friday, 16 July 2010 02:33

Beef Tamales

What happens when you leave two guys at home with nothing to do? Let's hope nothing dangerous! In my case, we made Beef Tamales. Let me rephrase that, a shit load of Beef Tamales. Not including the shopping we did the day before, my friend Shahay and I spent 15 consecutive hours in the kitchen making these delicious Beef Tamales. I do admit that between the cooking times we played a few games of Modern Warfare 2, so it wasn't all work and no fun. Best of all I had the opportunity to prove to my wife, who doubted my ability, that even a noob like myself can make awesome Beef Tamales. I knew it was sweet victory when she ate her words after taking her first bite and admitting the Tamales rocked.

Published in Main Course
Wednesday, 23 June 2010 08:52

Man Burger with Chipotle Mayonnaise

The Man Burger idea came from watching Alton Brown cook up his mini man burgers in Good Eats. Sliders are great for appetizers but what you really need is a full size man burger. We took Alton's creation and super-sized it and made it for real men. Topping it off with a little chipotle mayo helps bring out the spicy flavor that brings every man to tears.

Published in Main Course
Friday, 28 May 2010 11:29

Rhode Island Style Chili Dog

You can't be a fan of Man vs Kitchen and not be a fan of Guy Fieri. After making a trip to Costco and purchasing a large pack of Nathan hot dogs I was craving some chili to top them off. Canned chili would have been a simple solution, but that's not how we do it at Man vs Kitchen. I needed to find a good recipe. So that is what I did, found Guy's recipe and add a little zing. If you like chili without the beans, then give this a shot. It's simple and delicious.

Published in Main Course
Wednesday, 26 May 2010 19:02

Beer Brats

Ahhhh beer brats, a couple beers, and a baseball game.... doesn't get any better! And on the upside, this is ridiculously easy to make. If you can operate the stove and grill you will do just fine. And just so we are clear; when I say brat, I am talking bratwurst here, not the neighbor's kid.

Published in Main Course

The worlds largest meatball weighed 222.5 lbs. That may be one hell of a challenge to eat for any man, but I assure you it won't taste as good as this spicy smoked mozzarella meatball. If your craving some Italian this mouth watering meatball is one that you should eat. If you end up with leftovers you can toss the meatballs in Italian rolls and cover them with the marinara to make a delicious meatball sub.

Be sure to try this with the Tomato and Basil Bruschetta.

Published in Main Course
Saturday, 17 April 2010 14:44

Pan Seared Filet Mignon

A favorite of mine. Start off with a quality filet cut. Season with salt, pepper and garlic. Heat a cast iron skillet on high using 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Sear each side of the meat for 1 minute. Remove from heat and place skillet in a heated oven 400* Bake for 5-6 minutesĀ . Remove from oven and let stand for 5 min. Serve with a baked potato. Enjoy.

Published in Main Course
Tuesday, 23 March 2010 20:31

Kung Pao Beef

Whipping out the wok is always an adventure. Throw in your meat of choice and some veggies then 'BAM!!!' dinner is served. Tonights creation went a little like this....

Published in Main Course
Thursday, 18 March 2010 12:29

Healthy Chili

This is by far my favorite chili recipe. In its original form it calls for beef, but add a nice amount of ground turkey and you will never know the difference. And it will make it a bit more healthy. Besides that the veggies in this recipe are plentiful and delicious. Its almost a feel good chili. So when its time for that Sunday football party you can pig out on chili, and not feel too bad about it. My tip on this one..... don't be a wimp with the chili powder, give it a little spice!

Published in Side Dishes
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