Just to show that I’m not idle…
Beef stew for dinner. What a mess to start.
I’d bought some cheap meat — meant for goulash — and found it to be totally gristle and only some edible meat.
I fried, then boiled the gristly bits, then went to the local shop for some proper stew beef. Fried the mushrooms, fried the beef. Did Miriam Ungerer’s soup (http://www.amazon.com/Good-Cheap-Food-Miriam-Ungerer/dp/0880014881/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1445019902&sr=8-1&keywords=good+cheap+food) — fried chopped leak, then added potatoes and the broth from the gristly bits. Whirred when soft and added the mushrooms, beef and some chopped carrots and potatoes. Added some mashed potatoes to thicken late. Quite edible.
Here’s the trick: remember the edible bits from the goulash meat? Fried and boiled them.
A couple of days later, added this to the left over beef stew. It was good. Froze enough for lunch.
Incidentally, for biscuits, Weizenmehl universal (though too finely ground) and Bio-Weinstein Backpulver work okay at 225 c.
2 c flour
1 t salt
1 t backing powder
2-3 T butter
300 grams yogurt
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