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skip to main content toggle navigation simple comfort food – recipes that are simple and delicious. thai style beef jerky december 2, 2016 dax phillips leave a comment my kids go nuts over beef jerky, or heck any type of jerky for that matter. it almost sits on the fence of borderline ridiculous as if they have a bag of eat, they pretty much would devour the entire bag, and let’s face it, beef jerky is not that cheap. with that being said, i wanted to introduce them to a thai style beef jerky that you often find in asian markets, homemade to say the least. thai style beef jerky, in my opinion, is a bit sweeter and is lightly coated with sesame seeds. not only that but once dried, it is lightly fried giving it a wonderful chew. my kids don’t know it yet, but this stuff is a great game day snack and pairs perfectly with a cold beer. (note, i don’t have the final photo as my kids pretty much devoured the entire batch. regardless, you get the idea from the photos, i hope.) thai style beef jerky recipe let’s get started. 2 lbs of beef eye of round roast, or something lean 1 head of garlic, minced 2 tbsp fresh ginger, minced 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 tbsp maggi seasoning 2 tbsp dark soy sauce 1 tsp cracked black pepper 1 cup of granulated sugar .5 oz of sesame seeds 1/2 cup canola oil start by trimming any fat away from the beef. once removed, thinly slice the beef into about 1/8 inch slices, not too thin, but definitely not too thick. i find it best to lightly freeze the beef before slicing, and using a sharp knife as well. to a mixing bowl, add the ginger, sugar, garlic, salt, maggi seasoning, soy sauce, and sesame seeds. add in the beef, and using both hands, mix really, really well. wash those hands, cover with plastic wrap, and place in the refrigerator to marinate overnight. the following day, preheat your oven to the lowest temperature. mine only goes down to 170, and that is fine. you can also air dry this, laying the beef on your oven racks, and using a fan to constantly blow air on them. or, you can use your food dehydrator if you have one. i don’t, but really, really want one. take your oven racks out. i used all three of mine, and lay the beef along the racks. some of my cuts were shorter, others longer, but just make sure they are not touching one another, and that they lay on the rack. this can be a bit messy, so i laid paper towel on my counter to make cleaning up a bit easier. carefully place the racks back into the oven, and slowly cook these for about 3-5 hours on low and until they are the texture of beef jerky. when you are ready to make them, after the jerky phase, heat a medium skillet on medium heat, adding the oil, and place however many pieces of jerky that can fit, into the heated oil, and lightly fry for a few minutes per side. remove, place onto some paper towel, repeat, and then dig in. my kids were so stoked, not only that there was almost an endless amount of jerky, but a new jerky at that. the sweetness from the sugar, and that balance of ginger and garlic really make this jerky a real winner. hope you enjoy, and if you want to donate a dehydrator for me, that would be awesome! kidding. smoked turkey french onion soup november 28, 2016 dax phillips 1 comment i don’t know about you, but i am somewhat happy that thanksgiving is done with. not that i did not mind a couple of days off of work, but i think my wife and i both said that we were kind of tired of eating. i think you can only have so many leftovers and then get tired of them, but as much as i like to come up with some leftover recipes, i decided that i would come up with a new recipe of sorts; the smoked turkey french onion soup. i normally make french onion soup around christmas time, but whoa was i ever glad i made a batch of soup this past week. not only was it light, but did it ever hit the spot. smoked turkey french onion soup recipe if you do not have smoked turkey, no worries, leftover turkey breast will suffice but the light smokiness give it a really great flavor. let’s get started. ingredients: 4 whole onions, thinly sliced 1 tbsp olive oil 2 tbsp unsalted butter 2 cloves of garlic, minced 1 tsp salt 1 tsp sugar 8 cups of beef stock 1/2 cup of dry vermouth 1 cup smoked turkey breast, cut into cubes 1/2 tsp cracked black pepper 1 1/2  tbsp fresh thyme french baguette, cut into rounds 2 cups of alpine style cheese, finely grated start by heating a medium sized pot on medium heat. add in the oil, butter, and toss in the onions and garlic. after the onions begin to sweat out, add in the salt, and sugar. continue cooking until the onions caramelize. this can take up to 30 minutes, so keep an eye on them, not letting them burn, and adjust your heat to medium low. take in the smell. gosh i love that smell. after the onions caramelize, add in the turkey, thyme, vermouth, and cook for a few minutes before adding in your beef stock. bring to a boil, then reduce the heat, and cook for about 25 minutes. smoked turkey french onion soup recipe before you are ready to serve, preheat your oven to 400 degrees. take a couple of rounds of your baguette, and generously top with the grated alpine cheese. place into the preheated oven, cooking for about 6-8 minutes or until the cheese is nice and melted. you can probably placed under your broiler as well. your call. when you are ready to serve, ladle the soup into a soup bowl and place the bread on top. dig in. dunk that bread into the soup, spoon that deliciousness into your mouth and repeat. my wife,daughter and i fell in love with this soup, and it was one that had you going back for more. my wife and i both lifted our bowls at the end to finish every last drop of that awesome broth, and that is rare. yep, this is a good one. hope you enjoy! mexican tlayuda november 21, 2016 dax phillips 1 comment i know what you may  be thinking right off the start. t-what? tlayuda. it’s essentially mexican street food, in particular of the pizza descent. think of great mexican ingredients loaded onto a cooked, large flour tortilla. this is typically street food, and good lord is it ever good, and fun to eat. this is a popular snack food, but let me tell you, it can be turned into a meal depending on the ingredients you put onto it. typically a single tortilla, i was super hungry and decided i would go full force and make this a ‘double tlayuda’. think of it as an open faced pizzadilla. you can make these with all sorts of your favorite proteins, but i wanted chorizo, a classic mexcican ingredient, and in particular on the tlayuda. the classic uses some drizzle of lard, but i’m not into that as i am getting enough from smashed black beans cooked in some oil, garlic, and onions. mexican tlayuda pizza recipe let’s get started. ingredients: 2 large flour tortillas (you can use one if you prefer) 15 oz can of black beans, drained, cooked, lightly mashed approximately 1 cup of mexican chorizo, fat strained, and cooked until a bit dry 1/2 yellow onion, diced 4 cloves garlic, minced 1 tbsp canola oil 1/4 cup of water 1/2 cup of raw slaw 1/4 cup of fresh cilantro, chopped your favorite hot sauce or salsa 1/2 jalapeno, thinly sliced 8 oz bag monterray jack cheese start by getting a small pot on the stove on medium heat. add in the oil, then toss in the onions, cooking a few minutes until lightly softe mexican tlayuda pizza ingredients ned, then add in the garlic. after about a minute, toss in the black beans and water. cook for about 15 minutes on medium to medium-low heat. once the beans have softened a bit, use a fork, or potato masher, and start to mash the beans. i do not go for a few refried blend on these as i like some texture from the beans. go about 50/50 on that mash. ok, next step. preheat your oven to 350 degrees. take a flour tortilla, smear some black beans on it, some cheese, and some jalapenos to your liking, (again i  used two on this one as a stack), and place it on a sheet pan and place in the preheated oven. cook for about 2 minutes, just to cook it slightly to lightly brown.  once the cheese is slightly melted, remove from the oven. stack another tortilla on top. gently press. add enough bean mash to lightly coat the the entire top tortilla, then a generous amount of cheese to cover the top, then more jalapenos (if ou desire). spread the cooked chorizo all over the top tortilla, along with a generous amount of cheese, and place back into the oven. cook until the cheese is nice and melted, the tortilla nicely browned, and then remove. once you remove, shower with some of the raw coleslaw, fresh cilantro, and drizzle your favorite salsa or hot sauce. now you can fold this, or you can slice into wedges. i’m a wedge man. wedges are good. mexican tlayuda pizza holy moly. if you think about this all together, well you are going to drool. when you eat it, it makes you want to be alone and devour the whole thing so no one is looking. it’s so good, and something that should probably come off the street and onto mexican restaurant menus. spice, cheese, crisp, soft, veg. what’s not to love. make it (stacked or not), and i’m sure you will love it. enjoy! mixed bowl ramen november 17, 2016 dax phillips 2 comments i’ll admit it. i love ramen. the cheap bag of ramen that is pretty much in most everyone’s cupboard, office desk, or for me right now, on my desk. that great bag of maruchan ramen, the one that costs less than fifty cents is good in itself and is a quick fix to feed the belly, but when you jazz it up a bit, well that ramen just gets so much better. so on a recent work from home day, i decided that i would make a bowl of ramen for brunch. the weird thing about working from home is that my routine gets jacked up. i start working much earlier, forget to eat breakfast, or lunch for that matter, and work much later. so this ramen did the trick during my ten o’clock lunch break. mixed ramen bowl recipe this jazzed up ramen is so good and so easy to make that it will having you rethink that standard bag of ramen. a total upgrade in my opinion. ingredients: 1 package of maruchan ramen (i used beef) 1/2 package of ramen flavoring packet 1 slice of american cheese 1/2 jalapeno, thinly sliced 1/2 tbsp furikake seasoning 1/2 tbsp frank’s redhot sauce 1 egg, 6 minute cook water start by cooking your egg. bring a small pot of water on medium-high heat. add the egg, bring to a boil, then remove from the heat. keep the egg in the pot for 6 minutes, then remove with a slotted spoon and place in a bowl of cold water. next, follow the instructions on your ramen package, and bring the noodles to a bowl. add in half of the package of seasoning, and cook until the noodles are al dente. during this time, assemble your ramen bowl. mixed ramen bowl ingredients to the bottom of your bowl, add in the slice of american cheese, the furikake seasoning, and the redhot. pour in the noodles, and seasoned water, add the sliced jalapenos, and after peeling your egg, slice it in half and add to the top of the ramen. give the bottom a gentle mix and stir, and get your slurp on. the end result is this creamy, spicy, and punch of that awesome japanese furikake seasoning, and that egg is just perfect on the cook time. talk about an awesome brunch, that made my day just a little better. if you are looking to jazz up a standard bowl of ramen, give this one a shot, it’s well worth it. hope you enjoy! 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