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"Fillet" is any cut of boneless meat. It may be spelled "filet" (single "l"), but this spelling varient may imply French cuisine or a specific cut of meat. "Filet of beef" aka "filet mignon" is cut from the tenderloin.
My hubby it's a chef & he says that ground meat is similar to sausage meat. In other words it is a kind of mince that is less chunky or finely ground. If you massage your mince beef it turns into ground beef. Hope that helps x
I have cooked 2 other roasts before and you can learn from my mistakes but believe me when I tell you, it will be the greatest piece of meat you'll ever eat, it turns out better than restaurant bought, for a 6lb chuck of meat get a thermometer and remove it 15 degrees before rare cuz it will continue to cook and it should be cooked at low heat so it will ...
Unless you've got industrial type equipment, I wouldn't do more than about 1-1.5 lbs at a time. Here's a hint, cube the fat (1 inch cubes) and then partially freeze it. 45 - 75 minutes or so in the freezer will give you fat you can handle without it melting and that can be coarsly ground in a food processor or meat grinder without making a gross mess. Some ...
So untrue. I soak chicken, turkey or beef and pork I think need tenderizing in anything available, including water. It tenderizes UNBELIEVABLY! The Chinese and Korean people know how to cook so well and have wonderful techniques and I am an American who grew up on American cooking but learned so much from these people in so many ways of cooking.
Any type of Brisket has to be slow cooked either in a slow cooker or in the oven for almost a full working day if not longer…. the longer the better! and on low! Just barely cover with water and the seasoning packet goes on the meat first. If I recall fat side down :) putting one in to cook overnight as I post this :)
I just happened across this older question and found the answers provided, including the information in the link to wikipedia to be incorrect. All Prime Ribs are Standing Rib Roasts, not all Standing Rib Roasts are Prime Rib. A "Prime Rib" is a standing rib roast, from a beef that has achieved a USDA Grade of "Prime". Bone-In or Bone-out are separate ...
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