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Old 05-25-2006, 05:50 PM   #1
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Grilled a London Broil for dinner tonight, had it marinating in dry red wine, garlic, soy sauce, and fresh ground pepper since Wed.
Homade potato pancakes to go with it.

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Old 05-25-2006, 06:18 PM   #2
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Looks good Puff! Tell me more about them homade potato pancakes..
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Looks good Puff! Tell me more about them homade potato pancakes..
I make them a little different then Mom.
There is no written down recipe.
Potatoes
Onion
Egg
Flour
Salt &Pepper

Take a grater and grate the potatoes & onion on the shread side of the grater(Mom uses the smaller "I don't know what it's called" side)
I rinse the shredded taters in cold water till the water is somewhat clear.
Add the egg(It depends on how many potatoes you use, kind of like a meatloaf) salt & pepper.
Add just enough flour to soak up the juice(about 2Tbls.).
Fry in oil of your'e choice, I use Olive Oil, it makes them crispier.
Sour cream on top
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Looks good Puff! Tell me more about them homade potato pancakes..
I make them a little different then Mom.
There is no written down recipe.
Potatoes
Onion
Egg
Flour
Salt &Pepper

Take a grater and grate the potatoes & onion on the shread side of the grater(Mom uses the smaller "I don't know what it's called" side)
I rinse the shredded taters in cold water till the water is somewhat clear.
Add the egg(It depends on how many potatoes you use, kind of like a meatloaf) salt & pepper.
Add just enough flour to soak up the juice(about 2Tbls.).
Fry in oil of your'e choice, I use Olive Oil, it makes them crispier.
Sour cream on top
I like the sounds of that Puff. Thanks! =P~ You might consider adding that to the recipe forums below.
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Old 05-25-2006, 07:30 PM   #5
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I love potato pancakes. Everything looks great puff. =D>
Whatever cut of meat you actually had. Looked like round.
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Old 05-25-2006, 07:35 PM   #6
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Nice job Puffy boy! I quit buying london broils here after I found tri tips. Couple of bucks more but it isn't tough and chewy.
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Old 05-25-2006, 08:39 PM   #7
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I love potato pancakes. Everything looks great puff. =D>
Whatever cut of meat you actually had. Looked like round.
It was top round
It was really tender
Must have been the wine #-o

I agree Nick, I have 4 more Tri Tips in the freezer
You told me to stock up, and i'm glad I did

That is one fine cut of meat =D>
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I marinaded loin back ribs this past weekend in a red wine marinade and didn't care for the taste. I think I might have left them in it too long.
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I marinaded loin back ribs this past weekend in a red wine marinade and didn't care for the taste. I think I might have left them in it too long.
It's the first time I used the wine.
It wasn't that bad......maybe a little bitter.

Maybe try the Tri Tip next, i'd sure hate to screw up the taste on that one #-o
I don't think that even needs s&p
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Yeah, stupid me, I was reading one of Rachlin's books and he mentioned about marinading the ribs so I gave it a try. Won't do that again.
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