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Oven Baked Perch with an Almond and Breadcrumbs Crust. Served with a long beans and apricot seeds side dish. Fish Dishes, Main Dishes, Seafood Shop, Long Bean, Apricot Seeds, Meat Lovers, Bread Crumbs, Oven Baked, Almond
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Oven Baked Perch with an Almond and Breadcrumbs Crust or O.B.P.A.B.C.

What (!?!?!), you’re definitely gonna remember that abbreviation for a long time, especially after you taste this fish, pair it with a nice, crunchy, vibrant green bean side dish and a chilled Chardonnay. So let’s get cracking. I used a big fish, around 2 kilos, that I filleted. For the crust: 100 grams of breadcrumbs, 100 grams of almonds and 100 grams of apricot seeds (just put them in the blender and use the ice crush mode, or, even better, use a kitchen robot to turn the seeds into…

Whole Chicken Roasted in Roman Clay Pot. Super Healthy, got to try this! Family Meals, Family Recipes, Meat Lovers, Clay Pots, Roast, Turkey, Dishes, Chicken, Healthy
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Whole Chicken Roasted in Roman Clay Pot

Similar to other family recipes that we posted here, this dish isn’t much of a culinary innovation as it shows one of our favorite ways of cooking simple, great tasting and good looking food to be enjoyed by a whole family. Using the clay pot to cook things is a nice touch, and we tried to use different vegetables and herbs on different occasions, but we only cooked chicken in it. The result is a moist, very flavorful meat, and some nice, perfectly cooked veggies. This recipe is just about…

I’m not a fan of cooking roulades, rolls or whatever you wanna call them. But I have to admit that they look nice on a plate and they giv.

Jamon Serrano Covered Turkey Roulade

I’m not a fan of cooking roulades, rolls or whatever you wanna call them. But I have to admit that they look nice on a plate and they give the possibility of pairing some interesting options as filling. In this case, I chose turkey meat because it is basically flavorless and thus, great for choosing strong spices or other ingredients to improve the dish. So the ingredients: about 400 grams of turkey meat, 4-5 mushrooms finely sliced (I used champignon), 1 medium onion, finely diced, 3-4…

Beef Burgers, Corn on the Cob and Spicy Broccoli Salad Spicy Broccoli, Broccoli Salad, Corn On Cob, Beef Burgers, Meat Lovers, Sandwiches, Vegetables, Apartments, Smoke
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Beef Burgers, Corn on the Cob and Spicy Broccoli Salad

… or how to smoke your neighbors out of their apartments and into yours…. Or how I discovered I need a new grill. Good news everyone! (welcome back Futurama) We cooked again and it was delicious, and with a very nice feedback from our neighbors that, despite the smoke, asked us what we were cooking. This recipe feels like it should be cooked outside, but we managed to pull together nicely (sort of) with our trusty, old grill. For the burgers: 500 grams of minced beef meat, 1 large egg, 1 tbs…

Prosciutto Wrapped Beef Tenderloin, Mushroom and Spinach Sauté and Polenta Beef Tenderloin, Meat Lovers, Prosciutto, Polenta, Spinach, Steak, Stuffed Mushrooms, Food And Drink, Cooking Recipes
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Prosciutto Wrapped Beef Tenderloin, Mushroom and Spinach Sauté and Polenta

This was, without the shadow of a doubt, one of the best dishes I tried in our kitchen. The ingredients themselves were great and the combo proved to be top notch quality. So, I’m going to take it step by step, and explain every dish separately. The meat: for this dish we had a nice piece of beef tenderloin, about 400-450 grams, that we cut in to 3 equal parts. The advantage of using the loin is the fact that the mat has a round shape and it’s easier to wrap the prosciutto around it. Besides…

Duck Breast with Fennel Sauce and Oyster Mushrooms Duck Breast Recipe, Duck Season, Meat Lovers, Fennel, Oysters, Stuffed Mushrooms, Pork, Meals, Cooking

Duck Breast with Fennel Sauce and Oyster Mushrooms | You've Got Meal!

It’s duck season in the Youvegotmeal! kitchen, so it’s only natural that we had to cook a duck breast recipe. We had a whole duck that we portioned into different cuts for different dishes, keeping the legs and the wings for some “confit de canard” and the breast for this recipe. You might recognize the last part of the title- the oyster mushrooms from a previous post. Frying them in tempura batter was a great side-dish for the meat. Ingredients: 2 duck breasts, about 200 grams each, 1…

It’s duck season in the Youvegotmeal! kitchen, so it’s only natural that we had to cook a duck breast recipe. We had a whole duck that . Duck Breast Recipe, Cooking Pork Chops, Duck Season, Meat Lovers, Fennel, Oysters, Cooker, Steak, Stuffed Mushrooms

Duck Breast with Fennel Sauce and Oyster Mushrooms | You've Got Meal!

It’s duck season in the Youvegotmeal! kitchen, so it’s only natural that we had to cook a duck breast recipe. We had a whole duck that we portioned into different cuts for different dishes, keeping the legs and the wings for some “confit de canard” and the breast for this recipe. You might recognize the last part of the title- the oyster mushrooms from a previous post. Frying them in tempura batter was a great side-dish for the meat. Ingredients: 2 duck breasts, about 200 grams each, 1…

A Friday night sticky, greasy, delicious dinner: oven baked ribs, some potatoes cooked in goose fat and crunchy salad leaves with beets and seeds. Oven Baked Ribs, Meat Lovers, Beets, Fries, Steak, Pork, Fat, Baking, Dinner
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Sticky Ribs with Goose Fat Fries | You've Got Meal!

Ah, sticky ribs, the reason God gave you fingers. And there you go. Enjoy! Just kidding, Mrs. G says I have to give you guys the full details of the recipe. Not that I wouldn’t have done that, but I think I mentioned before I’m kind of lazy. The main idea of the whole meal is to enjoy a Friday night sticky, greasy, delicious dinner made of some oven baked ribs, some potatoes cooked in goose fat, everything balanced by some crunchy and tangy salad leaves with beets and pumpkin seeds. The…

Happy New Year, Internet! Enjoy 2014 and try to clean yourself up after that New Year’s party. The winter holidays tend to be a period of. Rabbit Stew, Meat Lovers, Winter Holidays, Shrimp, Meals, Food, Meal, Eten, Winter Vacations
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Rabbit Beer Stew | You've Got Meal!

Happy New Year, Internet! Enjoy 2014 and try to clean yourself up after that New Year’s party. The winter holidays tend to be a period of culinary excess for a lot of people, so we thought we try and take things light for our 1st post this year and rabbit does the trick. The beer stew is still a hearty, full of flavor dish that can comfort you in the cold January, but the meat is light enough not to remind you that you ate all that meat at that Christmas table. Yeah, Internet, we know, we…

Chicken roasted on rock salt. Delicious, tender and full of taste.

Chicken Roasted on Salt

I’d like to start this post with a confession: I’m not a big fan of chicken, maybe it’s because I get to eat it pretty often and it’s mostly fried. But this time, I actually was excited about cooking it, and for 2 reasons. First, because I got my hands on this beautiful organic, yellow, plump chicken at around 2,5 kilos. I don’t say this easily, but this meat was just both gorgeous and delicious. The second reason to be excited was the fact that I wanted to cook the chicken on salt, a first…

Caramelized Chicken with Coconut Rice Yellow Color Combinations, Coconut Rice, Meat Lovers, Risotto, Caramel, Dishes, Chicken, Ethnic Recipes, Food
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Caramelized Chicken with Coconut Rice

The way I imagined this dish to look was a red/yellow color combination, but I didn’t have enough time to follow through on my initial plan to cook the chicken into red, so I opted for a caramelized version of the meat, still in contrast with the coconut rice, that had a powerful yellow color from using turmeric. All of this combined with a fragrant green from using chives makes a lovely dish, with a gorgeous visual appeal, that also packs some great taste. Follow us on Instagram to see…

This is a worderful recipe because it is simple and everybody loves it. The chicken legs are roasted, they are really tender and the oni. Chicken Legs, Meat Lovers, Onions, Shrimp, Bacon, Roast, Recipes, Food, Chicken Drumsticks
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Chicken Legs with Onions and Bacon

This is a worderful recipe because it is simple and everybody loves it. The chicken legs are roasted, they are really tender and the onions and bacon make it a full dinner. For the chicken legs you will need 1 chopped hot pepper + the juice from 1 grapefruit + olive oil + salt + pepper + rosemary. Put the mixture on top of the chicken, massage the chicken to let all the flovours in and let it rest like this for 15 minutes. Then, transfer everything in an oven tray and put it in the heated…

Beef Tenderloin with Herbs, Grilled Vegetables and Wine Reduction Beef Tenderloin, Meat Lovers, Grilled Vegetables, Meatloaf, Really Cool Stuff, Grilling, Herbs, Wine, Food
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Beef Tenderloin with Herbs, Grilled Vegetables and Wine Reduction

As you may remember I wrote some time ago a post about herb crusted beef. Check it out here. I've had some really nice beef tenderloin and I decided to cook it almost in the same way, but to serve it in a different way, with a grilled veggies tower and a simple wine reduction. Massage the meat with some oil, salt and pepper, chop some rosemary, parsley and thyme and massage it again. Cook the meat on every side in a ovenproof pan with just a bit of olive oil just until it changes its colour…

Beef Steak with Double Trouble Salad Beef Steak, Meat Lovers, Double Trouble, Delish, Salad, Cooking, Kitchen, Salads, Lettuce
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Beef Steak with Double Trouble Salad

Sounds good, right? What could it be? To be honest, it’s not something we haven’t cooked before, but the combinations we used this time were really good, with some surprising tastes. So, the beef, you already know the drill, sear it in a pan on high heat, pop it in the oven for how long it takes to get to your desired taste (for extra help, this is how I do it, it’s really simple and intuitive, and I bet you already knew this). Now double trouble salad. Kinda cheated here, the 1st salad is a…

This is a very easy and cozy dish to cook when you have family coming over or when you want to cook something that will last you more . Meat Lovers, Recipe Using, Beets, Roast, Pork, Dishes, Chicken, Cooking, Desserts
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Family Dinner: Whole Chicken Roast

This is a very easy and cozy dish to cook when you have family coming over or when you want to cook something that will last you more than just one meal (you know, when you get lazy the next day). We had this beautiful free range chicken form our selected farming sources (meaning my parents) and we chose some fried new /early potatoes as a side dish. I wouldn’t call this dish a recipe per say (it’s just about stuffing a chicken in the oven with some fried potatoes), but it’s actually about a…