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Old 08-02-2008, 06:22 PM   #1
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ISO Basque Cuisine

Does anyone have any good Basque recipes?

Preferably non-seafood.

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Old 08-02-2008, 06:35 PM   #2
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Highly specialized cooking request, Petey.
As it's surrounded by water, I don't know how you'll find much without fish. Maybe lamb. If no response here, many spanish dishes I would think were similar.
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Old 08-02-2008, 08:43 PM   #3
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Just what type of recipe are you looking for? soup,salad, veggies,meat,fish? My husbands aunt was Basque so I might be able to help.From what I remember of eating at her table the food was much the same as my mother-in-law who was Italian

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Old 08-02-2008, 09:09 PM   #4
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Just what type of recipe are you looking for? soup,salad, veggies,meat,fish? My husbands aunt was Basque so I might be able to help.From what I remember of eating at her table the food was much the same as my mother-in-law who was Italian

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Oh thats great

I'd be interested in soup, meats, stews. Just not seafood.

I made a Basque lamb stew recipe last week but regretted using lamb neck bones in it as there was small shards of bone even though i rinsed them before using in the recipe. Next time i'll use the lamb shoulder fillets instead.
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Highly specialized cooking request, Petey.
As it's surrounded by water, I don't know how you'll find much without fish. Maybe lamb. If no response here, many spanish dishes I would think were similar.

Yeah, I know it's not an easy request as #1 Basque is a rare cuisine and #2 no seafood.

Just thought i'd throw it out there and see what i can get. I have done some recipe searches online but prefer to have someone who has actually tried the recipe help me out.

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Old 08-02-2008, 09:22 PM   #6
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Petey,
try this I love it.
Get loin lamb chops with plenty of meat on them...About an inch thick..Bring the meat to room temp then put them on a HOT skilet or grill to sear them..Brush them well with garlic oil, remove from pan or grill and stand them leaning against each other in a metal pan, place the pan in a preheated oven set to the degree of doneness you prefer example 350-rare 400 m3d. 425 well leave 15 min remove add salt and pepper and serve on a heated plate...
thiswas served with a potato omelet, green salad appy's sometimes just depended on what was at hand...will give you the recipe for the omelet if you would like it.

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Petey,
try this I love it.
Get loin lamb chops with plenty of meat on them...About an inch thick..Bring the meat to room temp then put them on a HOT skilet or grill to sear them..Brush them well with garlic oil, remove from pan or grill and stand them leaning against each other in a metal pan, place the pan in a preheated oven set to the degree of doneness you prefer example 350-rare 400 m3d. 425 well leave 15 min remove add salt and pepper and serve on a heated plate...
thiswas served with a potato omelet, green salad appy's sometimes just depended on what was at hand...will give you the recipe for the omelet if you would like it.

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Thanks, I'll copy and paste it to my recipe folder if you dont mind. Definitely share the omelet recipe . One question, would it be ok to salt the meat before i cook it? I always season my meats with kosher salt before i cook it. I was never a fan of iodized table salt.
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Thanks, I'll copy and paste it to my recipe folder if you dont mind. Definitely share the omelet recipe . One question, would it be ok to salt the meat before i cook it? I always season my meats with kosher salt before i cook it. I was never a fan of iodized table salt.
My feelings on salting, each of us has our own way of doing things, if you prefer to salt first, by all means do it..

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For the potatoe omelet, peel and boil 4 potatoes, then cut into cubes when they cool down. Fry them in about 4 Tab. of evoo in a skillet adding 2 chopped yellow onions 4-5 cloves of garlic chopped add some salt and pepper and if you want some zip throw in some red pepper flakes, watch them and cook til they are a nice golden brown and just tender...enjoy
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Hope you like artichokes. Put the chopped contents of 3 packages of frozen thawed artichokes in a bowl add I pack of chopped frozen spinach well drained, 1/2 c chopped fresh Italian parsley, 4 large cloves garlic crushed,1/4 c. of parmesan, 1/4 c. evoo,s pich or two of fresh grated nutmeg, salt and pepper 1/4 c. dry french bread crumbs and then add in 4-6 lightly beaten eggs, pour all this into an oiled baking dish and bake at 350 til eggs are set and top is lightly golden about 35-40 min...remove from oven and let come to room temp to get the full flavor..nice with a salad and a slice of buttered french bread...Enjoy
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