Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Meat with Baked Potatoes

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                                  Meat with Baked Potatoes

After many years of experiments, reading and researching various recipes, I came up with the following recipe. The meat in phyllo is a great idea for finger food at a party but it's just as delish with the baby potatoes.

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Meat with Baked Potatoes

Recipe by Mommy's Kitchen
Prep time: 25
Yield: 6
Ingredients

                                                     

Marinate your beef fillet in red wine with onions, 2 garlic cloves and a few peppercorns. Leave overnight in the fridge.



Take your fillet and cut into small portions.


Take your fresh vegetables and also cut into small pieces.


Add your cut meat and vegetables in the skillet. Add salt, pepper, oregano and 1/3 cup of olive oil and saute for about 20 min.




After you saute add 1 cup of water let it cook on high for 30 min. if meat is not tender till then add more water and cook some more. When meat is almost ready add 1/3 cupr about of wine cook for about 10 min. Add 1 teaspoon of cornflour in 1/3 cup of water and add it to your meat let it simmer until you get a creamy effect.



Once you get the creamy effect add about 1/2 cup of anthotiro or ricotta cheese, also sprinkle with parmesan cheese. Mix well until everything has melted. Take off the stove and set it aside.


This is how it should look when it's ready.


Take your thick phyllo pastry and lay it out on the table. Cut it down the foldings and accross, you should be able to get 4 rows.


Add you meat mixture. Brush your sides with milk so your phyllo can stick together.


Cover make a bow, you can cook it right away or freeze it and cook it at a later time. When you bake your little presents brush with milk for color.Bake at high for about 20 minutes.



Take your baby potatoes in a colander and wash very well. I used a sponged and cleaned each one idividually. 

Add rosemary,oregano, mint, salt, pepper, half cup of olive oil and 1 cup water.
Mix everything together bake at 375 Farenheit for 1 hour.Cover with parchment paper. 


Serve with white wine, greek feta cheese and olives. KALE OREXI !!!



19 comments :

  1. A nice lunch to share. I am so glad that you used ready made pastry :) So easy.
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  2. Thank you so much! I love ready made pastry :)

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  3. Yum!!! This looks awesome! I wouldn't have thought to use ready made pastry, but that just makes it look even better (and easier)! Thanks for sharing the recipe & the awesome pics! :)

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  4. You are very welcome! It was my pleasure:)

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  5. This looks fantastic! Thanks for sharing with Small Victories Sunday Linkup last week. Pinning to our linkup board and hope you joined us again this weekend.

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  6. Thanks so much for linking up to our A Little Bit of Everything link up party!

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  7. I enjoyed linking up to your parties :)

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  8. I will make this for my boyfriend and let you know how things actually turn out. *super excited* #ibablogers

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  9. I will make this for my boyfriend and let you know how things actually turn out. *super excited* #ibablogers

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  10. This looks delicious and wish I could try right now!

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  11. Waiting for your results Amy :)
    I wish I could fax it to you Joanne ;)

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  12. Thanks for sharing. I usually use ready made pastry, so I will definitely try your recipe :)
    #ibabloggers

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  13. This looks so good. I've made lots of parcels but never anything as clever as this.

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  14. Yum! Your recipe is full of everything I love. Love the phyllo.

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  15. Thanks :) so happy my readers are enjoying my recipes.

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  16. Looks so yummy! Love the bow!!

    Thanks for linking up with #justanotherlinky over at www.life-as-mum.co.uk

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  17. Thank you for the opportunity!

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