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Yes - I tasted it and it just seemed to need "something" and I remembered the
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Posted to Thread #14391 at 2:56 pm on Apr 9, 2009
deep, full taste of red-eyed gravy and just gave it a try. I didn't have much ketchup, so I had to ad lib with crushed tomatoes, and it just seemed too "light".
The addition of the coffee granules was great - you couldn't taste it, but it gave the sauce some depth.
How did the fool *get* his money?!
Other messages in this thread:
- 14391. Marilyn, I followed your mother's recipe for tough "round steak and it - DawnNYS - 1:44pm on 04/08/09 (7)
- Glad to hear it. So...you didn't add the vinegar? I always thought that was necessary to tenderize. - MarilynFL - 2:23pm on 04/08/09
- I'm a bit surprised as well. Tomatoes do have enough acid to tenderize but it seems some meat is so - Marg CDN - 8:18pm on 04/08/09
- Yes, I followed the recipe, adding the vinegar. Sorry, I was just listing what I - DawnNYS - 11:09pm on 04/08/09
- I am fascinated with the coffee addition. Does that deepen the tomato taste? [NT] - MarilynFL - 11:35am on 04/09/09
- Yes - I tasted it and it just seemed to need "something" and I remembered the - DawnNYS - 2:56pm on 04/09/09
- Brilliant. I'll remember that hint. The ketchup and onions cook down to a thick meaty sauce. Oh, - MarilynFL - 3:04pm on 04/09/09
- Come on up for some leftovers! I'll make an extra couple of place settings ;o) [NT] - DawnNYS - 3:34pm on 04/09/09