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A Little Dutch Dinner Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Lisa Schoutsen
Added: Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Category:
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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
Potatoes (1/2-1 per person)
Filet of beef (1 per person)
3 Tbls. butter
3 Tbls. Margarine
4 Tbls. water
Salt
White pepper (don’t be skimpy, this will flavor the jus)
Spinach
2 cubes Knorr’s beef boullion
1 egg (or egg per person)

Boil water for potatoes,
Peel potatoes
Put on to boil

Directions:
Directions:
Salt and (white) pepper the meat on both sides.
Brown the butter and margarine together stirring with fork in fry pan, don’t burn.
Add meat to browned butter. Keep moving it around, nicely cooking and deeply browned on both sides.
Remove meat from pan.
Turn off heat. Stir in 4 Tbls. water, scraping the bottom of pan with back of fork, to make jus.
Meanwhile…Boil egg (or eggs)
Meanwhile…Boil water for the spinach. Add boullion to that water, and cook spinach for 1 minute in boullion. Drain.
To serve…Slice egg and serve over spinach portions, or give each person an egg to slice themselves
Yummm…Eet smakelijk! Bon appetit!

 

 

 

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