Gremolata is an Italian garnish of raw, finely chopped garlic, parsley and lemon zest. It is usually sprinkled over slow-cooked braised meats, as in the Italian dish osso bucco, but it also makes a good garnish for grilled fish or chicken. Here, we are adding it to butter to make a compound butter for grilled steaks.
Compound Butter Gremolata
Gremolata is an Italian garnish of raw, finely chopped garlic, parsley and lemon zest.
Mix all the ingredients together in a bowl. Turn it out onto a sheet of plastic wrap and roll into a tube about 1 inch in diameter. Refrigerate until ready to use. When ready to use, slice off 1/2 inch piece and add to hot steaks while resting.
This compound butter can be stored in the refrigerator for up to a month. Use it as needed to add flavor to steaks, fish, pork, chicken, or use it to cook omelettes. © Galley Chef All Rights Reserved
This texas-style chili con carne recipe was adapted from the Arkansas Razor Back chili team and provided to me by Nancy and Wes Fetzer. It is rich and spicy without the beans.
After making your chili con carne, try a “slinger”: two cheeseburger patties, hash browns, and two eggs, all smothered in chili. Other great chili combos: french fries and chili, hot dogs and chili, baked potatoes smothered in chili and cheese
Chili Con Carne
A rich and spicy chili con carne that's perfect for a cold, rainy day or any football game.
Brown the meat in the oil. Add onions and green peppers and sauté until translucent. Add other ingredients and simmer on low, uncovered, for a minimum of 2 hours add more beer if necessary.
For a great party, keep the chili warm on low in a crock pot. Provide some or all of the following accoutrements along side your chili: chopped scallions, shredded cheddar cheese, sour cream, guacamole, corn chips, tortilla chips, chopped cilantro, or corn bread. Let all the guests help themselves and garnish their chili to their liking. © Galley Chef All Rights Reserved