If you haven’t yet, please sponsor…

Okay, so here’s the deal… I’m $55 dollars sort of my personal goal to raise for the Aleph Institute. If you haven’t yet, please Sponsor Me! Come on, it’s a worthy charity, and I’m not too proud to beg for sponsors…

Now, remeber the linguica that I gave you the recipe for? Well, the REASON for this is for an old family recipe of my wife’s that I’ve tweaked to being a Kosher delight ANY family will drool over before devouring happily!

Linguica and Roast Beef

2 links Linguica Sausage
10 lb tenderloin roast (Sirloin also works well on a budget!)
2 Fresh Green Peppers, Chopped into Strips
1/2 Sweet Onion, Diced
2 8 ounce cans Tomato Paste
2 8 ounce cans Water
1 lb Fresh Mushrooms, Sliced
2 Cloves Garlic, minced
3 T Olive Oil

Brown the sausage in your cast-iron skillet or pan. When finished, you want to slice it into 1 in. pieces.

Take out a large roasting pan WITH a lid and set the roast inside.

Set the onions, mushrooms, and peppers atop the roast, then AROUND the roast set the sliced sausage.

Mix together the tomato paste, water, oil, and garlic together in a small soup pan until warm, then pour OVER the roast, veggies, and sausage.

Cover with lid and bake in a preheated 400F degree oven for 50-60 minutes. Check if done and, if not, roast for another 10 minutes or so.

Uncover and pull out the roast to carve. The vegetables, sauce, and sausage can be put in a serving bowl on the side to be served with the roast.

Trust me, we have this on holidays at times, and I’ve yet to ever hear a complaint! So, um… Yeah! It’s 3:30 AM out here, give or take… Is anyone still reading? Don’t forget to Sponsor Me! Anyhoo… Shalom & Good Cooking!

July 30, 2006. Blogathon 2006, main courses, recipes.


  1. Joni Mueller replied:

    Hey, ‘m no fool. That’s … tongue!! And don’t try to tell me that it tasts like chicken! : )

  2. Renegade Kosher replied:

    It is not! I gave a kosher recipe for linguica using a rather good cut of beef! ^^

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