Posted at 9:37 pm
Happy new week, my friends! 🙂 Hopefully, you all had a great weekend. We did! And… I am “spamming” again with something incredibly delicious and Mexican – steaks with salsa verde ❤ Please, have a look and get inspired with this share.
We are going on holiday soon, actually this week. We are going to Czech Republic as we did not go during the Easter break and I cannot wait, I am really looking forward to it 🙂 Family and relaxing time is waiting. Even my grandma from Slovakia is coming to see our little monkey. And we have planned some time together with my husband as well, just us with “beer wellness”. Ah yes, you are reading correctly, however I will tell you more once we go. It has been Christmas present from my parents for us so it is time to “use” it 🙂
Have a great week!
Vero & little Canito
Steaks in Green Sauce Steaks in Green Sauce (Salsa Verde) with Squash Having grown up in a household where almost every guisado (everyday stews) had lots of vegetables in it, it’s common for me to always add some sort of veggies to my dishes when cooking at home. 1,077 more words
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Posted at 7:43 pm
I guess I had “baking mood” last week. One of the days, my husband had “business” party so I did not want to cook much as it would be just me and our aupair who is eating. Therefore, I asked her what would she like to eat… and she came up with meat puff roll. Quick and delicious!
What do you need:
500 g minced meat
1 roll of puff pastry
1 tbsp oil
grated Mozzarella (or whichever cheese you prefer)
smoked ham or bacon
1 red pepper
250 g baby spinach
salt and pepper
Once you have everything ready, you can prepare meat. Take a bug pan, add oil, finely chopped onion and minced meat. Fry it until it turns brownish. Afterwards, add chopped tomatoes, red pepper and baby spinach leaves and cook approximately 15 minutes. In the mean time, take a baking tray, put baking paper and spread the puff pastry. When done, you can put on top smoked ham or you can fry pieces of bacon and then put them on top instead of ham. Whatever you prefer. I did not have bacon, so I have gone with smoked ham. When you have the meat with vegetables ready, spread the mix on top of the ham (in the middle of pastry). Try not to put meat sauce as it would not stay in the pastry and mess could be found in the oven afterwards as juice would come out 🙂 Sprinkle grated cheese on top. Carefully roll the dough and close the ends to prevent the juice from coming out. To finalize this meat roll, spread beaten egg on the surface. Put the baking tray into the preheat oven (180 degrees) and bake approximately 15 minutes. When ready… slice it and serve it 🙂 It tastes delicious with vegetable salad aside or Roquefort sauce.
I hope you all had a great weekend and even better beginning of new week! Enjoy! ❤
Vero & little Canito