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Old 4th December 2009, 09:41 AM   #1
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Default Solomillo al Pedro Ximénez (Sirloin to the Pedro Ximénez)

Here you have the recipe of this Sirloin with a tipical spanish wine called Pedro Ximénez.
This is a very over-sweet wine, similar to "moscatel".
(Greytop: This time I´ve checked my writing not to commit so many mistakes, but I wait for your approval )

-So, buy the sirloin you need, and 1 big onion, olive oil, salt and a handful of pine kernels (pinions).
-Put in a big frying pan about half a glass of oil and cut the onion in very thin sheets.
-When the oil is hot, put all the onion and cook in normal fire till it turns transparent.
-Then, take the onion (leave the oil in the frying pan) and reserve it on a dish.
-Salt the meat to your taste and cook it in the frying pan.
-When you see it is done, put above the meat all the onion and the pinions.
-Moove and spill the wine and let it cook just 1 minute more, it must have very much sauce.
It´s wonderful with chips or boiled rice. I hope you like it!!!

Compra el solomillo que necesites, 1 cebolla grande, aceite de oliva, sal y un puñado de piñones.
Pon en una sartén grande medio vaso de aceite y corta la cebolla en rodajas muy finas.
Cuando el aceite esté caliente, pon toda la cebolla y cocínala a fuego normal hasta que esté transparente.
Ahora, coge la cebolla(deja el aceite en la sartén) y resérvala en un plato.
Sala la carne a tu gusto y cocínala en la sartén.
Cuando veas que está hecha, pon sobre la carne la cebolla y los piñones.
Mueve y vierte el vino y deja que se haga 1 minuto más, debe quedar con mucha salsa.
Está estupenda con patatas fritas o arroz hervido. Espero que te guste!


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-So, buy the sirloin you need, and 1 big onion, olive oil, salt and a handful of pine kernels (pinions).
-Put in a big frying pan about half a glass of oil and cut the onion in very thin slices.
-When the oil is hot, add all the onion and cook on normal heat till it turns transparent.
-Then, remove the onion (leave the oil in the frying pan) and reserve it on a dish.
-Salt the meat to your taste and cook it in the frying pan.
-When you see it is done, put above the meat all the onion and the pinions on top of the meat.
-Add and stir in the wine and let it cook just 1 minute more, it must have very much sauce.
It´s wonderful with chips or boiled rice. I hope you like it!!!

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Thanks!!!!!!!
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Lo hice con una falda de res (flank steak).
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ValenciaSon: qué pinta!!!
Te gustó?
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ValenciaSon: qué pinta!!!
Te gustó?
A mi familia y a mi nos gusto muchisimo! Piden que lo haga mas a menudo. Y sabes que? Era muy facil! Gracias por tu receta tan bien escrita, que hasta yo pude cocinarlo.
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