Two Families Recipes
We have always enjoyed entertaining and cooking a good meal and what makes it even more special is when you know where your food came from and how it was produced. We want to share some of our favorite recipes with you.
Two Families Beef Short Ribs
One of our favorites for a Sunday evening meal on a cool day is Two Families Meats braised short ribs. These are unique in flavor and provide a great meal for the family or entertaining with friends. They are savory alternative to your typical crock pot roast.
Lightly braise your short ribs in olive oil and minced garlic on all sides in your Dutch oven. Once your ribs are braised leave them in the dutch oven and fill three quarters of the way with beef broth, add a couple sprigs of fresh rosemary, salt and pepper to taste, cover and put in the oven at 350 degrees for three hours or until meat is done and falling off the bone.
We recommend serving over a bed of mashed potatoes.
Two Families Beef Brisket Nachos
-We love getting up in the middle of the night to get the smoker fired up and but a Prime two families meats brisket on the smoker. There is a sense of pride in this for most people, the fact that you can spend so much time perfecting that perfect meal to serve to your guests just adds something special to the experience. This experience is even sweeter when you know the ranchers that raised the beef and you know the passion they put into their product.
We always get a little carried away and cook more than we need and this beef brisket nachos recipe is a perfect excuse to have leftover brisket.
-Take you leftover southern wood smoked brisket and chop it up into chunks.
-Warm it up in the bottom of you cast iron skillet.
-Place brisket chunks to the side and fill the warm skillet with tortilla chips.
-Top with brisket chunks, sweet bell peppers, tomatoes, green onions, red onions, Paula’s famous candied jalapenos, cheese, more cheese, avocado slices and corn.
-Top with your choice of fresh cilantro, sliced lime, sour cream and even a sprinkle of taco seasoning. Place in the middle of the table and let everyone dig in. Two Families Beef Brisket nachos are guaranteed to impress.
Leftover Steak Bruschetta
If you want to make a tasty appetizer to enjoy before a nice meal or maybe just a easy savory snack for lunch the day after cooking steaks here is a great option. We always enjoy making these for appetizer nights around the holidays because they are easy to prepare and a light addition to any evening.
-Take your leftover steak whatever cut that might me and slice it into thin long pieces.
-Combine sour cream, horse radish and a hint of lime juice to taste in separate bowl
-Lightly toast your thinly sliced French bread.
-Add sour cream mixture, slice of steak and garnish on top with green onion.
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