Sizzling Skillets and Other One-Pot Wonders, to help me pick out some recipes to make for the one-pot blogger party.
This is one of the recipes he chose.
We've been eating a lot of Emeril recipes. Most of them make a lot, and even when I've been cutting them in half - or less- it's enough food for a couple days - or the freezer.
Fortunately, the recipes aren't all on one theme. Okay, the one-pot theme is there, but they're different pots, different cooking methods, and most important, they're different cuisines. So even though we've eaten a number of recipes from this book, they've all been very, very different.
The "relish" is a heck of a lot more than a relish - there's a lot of it, it's a hearty component with the beans and corn and tomatoes. If it wasn't cooked in the pan that the meat was seared in, it might even work as a vegetarian chili.
When it's all done, the relish goes on the bottom of the plate and the sliced steak goes on top.
If you've never had flap meat, it's worth a try. If you can't find it, skirt steak or flank steak would be good substitutes.
I'd love to give you the recipe for this one, but we've been given a limited number of recipes we're allowed to publish during this party. Don't worry, I will have more recipes for you before this is over. Then you can decide for yourself what you think of this cookbook.
Meanwhile, my husband is pretty happy with the results. As he said over dinner the other night, "I don't know who this guy is, but it seems like he knows how to cook."
Zak! My post about quesadillas has a giveway for that same set of bowls. But that's not all. I'll also have a book to give away soon (stay tuned for that).
Bloggers who participate in this party and complete the 3-week assignment will receive some additional books by Emeril as well as a small cash reimbursement. One blogger will be chosen to receive a 6-quart Emeril-branded crockpot made by T-Fal.
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