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36 37 Meat, Oilfatbuttermargarine Prepare the meat. Put it in hot oil and fry it until it s done. The time taken will vary enormously depending on what you re cooking, how hot the oil is and how thick the pieces of meat are. The key thing is to make sure that it is cooked all of the way through. You can add spices or herbs to the oil as you fry the meat. Meat, Water Put a little bit of water in the bottom of your pot, not very much, just about half a centimetre deep. When this is bubbling vigorously, drop your meat in and put a lid on. Let them sit there with a lid on and move them around occasionally making sure that they don t stick to the bottom. By the time that the water has evaporated away the meat should be cooked. This is only a rough a ready rule and if the meat is thick it will take a bit longer and you ll need to add more water. Meat, Oilfatbuttermargarine or water, Onions andor Garlic, other ingredients Prepare the meat and dice it into 2 finger by 2 fingersized pieces. Fry the onions and garlic, with any herbs or spices that you might be adding then add the meat. Fry it, or steam it, whatever you prefer. Add any other vegetables that you might have and then add water, enough so that it s covered twice over. Let it cook allow about hour per pound one full heaped hand of fresh meat will weight about a pound. You can use beer or wine instead of some or up to half if you want it boozy of the water. There are literally hundreds of variations of stews, you need to be guided by what is around. Use nuts if they are around, put in peanut butter, put in herbs, spices, any roots, pulses or fruit. Go for it. You can the serve it up, either on its own, with salad, staples, or bread, whatever you have. Some of my favourites are Beef in Beer with Onion and Root Lamb with Red Wine, Berries and Herbs Chicken and Curried Vegetables Pork in Peanut Butter Pork and Fruit apricot is my all time favourite. Finest Beef, Onion, an Egg This one is only for you if, first, you have access to top quality, superfresh beef, and second, you are the kind of person rather you than me, but each to their own that actually will take pleasure in eating a raw burger. Mince the steak or, if you don t have a mincer chop it up as finely as you can. Add a very finely chopped onion, salt and pepper, and then mix it all together. If you are going all out, crack a raw egg on top and then it s all set to eat.
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