Roast in a Crock Pot!
I start by cooking my onions in olive oil, just until they start to brown.
Take the onions out and place your roast in, and brown on both sides. Season your roast with, pepper, salt, garlic and rosemary! I also take a knife and slice open 1/2 inch pockets in roast and push in several pieces of garlic.
Next place your roast in your crock pot on high heat, add the onions. Pour over the top Campbell"s Beefy Mushroom soup. (Do not add water.)
Cover and cook for 4-5 hours depending on your crock pot. When you can stick a fork through the meat, add potatoes, and carrots, and cook for another hour until tender. Serve on a platter or right from the crock pot. The roast makes its own gravy from the soup! Enjoy! And thats what's cooking on the farm!
Canning with Tim!
Blackberries picked on our farm!
Strawberry Jam & Strawberry Glaze!
Sweet Lime Pickles!
Canned Sweet Lime Pickles!
I didn't put the receipes for these, Tim and I just follow the receipes on the Surejell box! The Sweet Lime Pickles are from The Pioneer Woman! Enjoy and thats what's cooking on the farm!
Mix 1 1/4 cups of sugar, 1/2 cup cocoa, 1/3 cup of corn starch, 1/4 tsp. of salt and 3 cups of milk in a sauce pan. Cook on medium heat until it starts to thicken.
Take 3 egg yolks and beat in mixer, take some of the hot pudding and add slowly into the egg mixture being careful to not cook the egg. When finished, pour the egg mixture into the saucepan with pudding mixture and cook for 2 minutes more, stirring the whole time. Then take off heat and add 3TBS. of butter and 1 1/2 tsp of vanilla and mix well.
Pour into a cooked pie shell! This receipe makes 1 pie. (I always double mine!)
Pour Heavy Whipping Cream in your mixture. As its mixing add 4-6 TBS. of sugar. When the cream forms peaks, stop mixer and place on pies! You can also shave chocolate on the top if you prefer! Enjoy! And thats what's cooking of the farm!
Melt one stick of butter an 2 TBS of olive oil in a skillet on medium heat.
In a bowl add 2 tsp. of Red Curry Powder, Garlic & Onion, Salt and Pepper, and however much Cayenne Pepper you can stand. Coat each piece of chicken with mixture and place in the skillet.
While the chicken is browning, cut up 4-5 potatoes and dice 1 large onion. Place in a bowl, add 2 tsp. of Salt, 2 tsp. of Garlic Pepper, and 2 tsp. of Rosemary, mix well.
Turn the chicken over, then pour your potatoes over the chicken. Cover and let cook until chicken and potatoes are done.
Spicey Chicken & Potatoes!
And thats what's cooking on the farm for lunch!
Peel and cut into small pieces one potato, also cut a large onion and set aside. Mix 1-2 lbs. hamburger meat with any spices you like, add 1/2 of potato, and mix well and make into patties. (any size you like)
Place patties into a skillet with a little olive oil and brown on both sides.
While your patties are cooking. Open 6 beef bouillon cubes and place into 2 Cups of hot water. Stir until cubes have dissolved.
When browned on both sides, remove hamburger patties and place onto a plate. Using a whisk scrap bottom of skillet, add onions and rest of potatoes and 1/2 stick of butter. Let cook until onions are brown.
Add 2-3 TBS. of flour and whisk until flour is mixed in well. Slowly add the beef broth mixture, whisking the whole time.
When gravy starts to thicken, add steaks back into skillet. Let simmer, with cover for 10-15 minutes to finish cooking.
You can serve the hamburger steaks with the gravy over buttered noodles, rice, or mashed potatoes. Thats what's cooking on the farm!