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Lamb Steaks: The Overlooked Cut of Meat

lamb steak

Gorgeous lamb steaks are all I need to get my mind racing about the multitude of ways I can serve them up, but they do seem rare to find, perhaps because they’re not often requested by customers.  All you have to do is ask your butcher ahead of time and it shouldn’t be a problem for him to cut and ... Read More »

Pot Roast

Pot Roast | My Halal Kitchen Pantry

To make a pot roast, you will need a boneless cut of beef that’s commonly referred to as chuck roast, pot roast (top blade) or rump roast. Approximately 5 pounds will make a nice roast and serve 6-8 people (thinly sliced). I like to cook it slowly with vegetables like carrots, onions and potatoes in a Dutch oven, as this ... Read More »

Scandinavian Dishes Made Halal: Norwegian Veal Scallops in Cream Sauce

Norwegian Dishes Made Halal

My most recent food interest has cast me far away into the land of the Nordic countries of Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway. I never imagined I would find such an incredibly clean and tasty way of cooking and choosing ingredients from lands far colder than Chicago. I’ve learned by watching cooking shows such as New Scandinavian Cooking and A Perfect ... Read More »

Simple Steak

Many readers are asking for more delicious ideas for meat recipes and this is the first one to come to mind because it’s my absolute favorite. It’s so simple, yet utterly delicious and satisfying. I’m really not one to make recipes over and over again because I love diversity too much, but I have to admit making this several times ... Read More »