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Spinach Mushroom Souffle
Want something that looks fancy to impress and tastes delish? Try this spinach mushroom souffle. This one has savory spinach and mushroom but you can use what you have on hand. If it deflates after coming out of the oven it will still be delicious. A nice healthy substitute for Yorkshire Pudding. Never fails to impress!
The marinade is the secret to fabulously tender, juicy meat that can stand on its own. Grilling gives it a smoky flavor but I cook these in a cast iron skillet. It helps caramelize the vegetables and the meat. If you are grilling I would use a basket to put the meat in and then use a skillet to cook the vegetables. You can also use beef, bison or even venison as the protein. When cooking chicken I allow for about 20% shrinkage. Hence, the recipe calls for one and quarter pound to allow for one full pound of cooked protein.
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Filet Mignon Stuffed with Mushrooms and Onions
Here is a meal that delivers melt in your mouth, tenderness with a savory twist. There is not a more succulent meal than a tender filet. In addition, if you have a beef with Beef it would also work with elk tenderloin or even venison. This is a recipe that will impress your guest or help you close the deal for your date. You are sure to score high marks in skill. Simple and easy to prepare with tenderness and a flavor that is sure to rock the night.
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Ostrich With Mixed Mushrooms
Game on!! I have only cooked this once and I have to say I liked it more than venison but try it for yourself. It is a bit more expensive than beef. It may not be something that you would eat every day, but it is worth trying. Especially if you are sensitive to beef. My client loved it but he has eaten bear and I am his chef. Wild game is part of the Mito food list as well. You can order it from a specialty butcher. They have farms here right here in California!