The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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WONfiXT, Hamburgers- 'Frisco Siyle Green Peper Sauce and Wine Perks Up Recipe By GAVN'OR MADDOX KF.A Food and Marked EiHtor Good catlns news — a different way to prepare hamburger sionk £ Irarncd nbout it In San Francisco and as anyone who visits there <iulckly learns, that is a citv of good rood. San Franclsro Hamburger Steak Wllh Green I'epnrr Sauce . M (Serves 4) Two green peppers. * tablespoons bacon drippings or other fat 1 large ontoii. chopped; j clon chopp ' * flour. ounce) can tomato'saurc.' -i cup beef stock (canned or bouillon-cube broth may be used]. <:, cup domestic Mirsandy or claret wine (or an ad- '-' • J t-nj^v game, topped (optional); 2 tablespoons Jur 1.4 teaspoon paprika. ' - ditional '2 cup beef d • i. v-vij* IJCLI slut jw, sa pepper. 1>; pounds ground beef. Cut a thin slice from the stem end of each pepper; remove seeds and fibrous white portion: wash under limning water. With a Fharp /nife, c<it peppers in IJiiu strips. Heat 2 tablespoons of (lie bacon Irippings in n saucepan: add pep- lers, onion and garlic; saute gently, stirring frequently, for 20 minutes. Sprinkle flour and paprika over peppers and onion; mix well. Add tomato sauce, wine and beef stock; cook, stirring constantly, until mixture boils nnd thickens. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Cover and simmer gently, stirring occasionally, for 10 minutes. Meantime, mix ground beef lisht- ly with 1'.4 teaspoons salt, and 4 teaspoon pepper; shape info 4 thick cakes. Heat remaining 1 tablespoons bacon drippings in a large skillet; brown beef cakes on both sides jj,«<;r oil nll : fnt from skillet; pour green pepper sauce over meat. Cover and simmer until meat Is as done as desired. 5 miniiiea ar so for rare steaks, longer if you like them medium or well done. Place steaks on n platter or dinner piates; pour sauce o\'er them. Servo with baked or mashed potatoes and a B'reen vegetable. 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