minced meat

Originally, mincemeat always contained meat.[1] Many modern recipes contain beef suet, though vegetable shortening is sometimes used in its place.
By the mid-twentieth century the term was also used to describe a similar mixture that does not include meat, but that might include animal fat in the form of suet or butter, but could also substitute solid vegetable fats, making it vegetarian.
Mincemeat is a mixture of chopped dried fruit, distilled spirits and spices, and sometimes beef suet, beef, or venison.
The word mincemeat is an adaptation of an earlier term minced meat, meaning finely chopped meat.
Mincemeat is aged to deepen flavours, activate the preserving effect of alcohol, which over time changes the overall texture of the mixture by breaking down the meat proteins.
Pyes of mutton or beif must be fyne mynced & seasoned with pepper and salte and a lytel saffron to colour it / suet or marrow a good quantitie / a lytell vynegre / pruynes / great reasons / and dates / take the fattest of the broath of powdred beefe.
In some countries the term mincemeat refers to minced or ground meat.

To ensure the safety of food distributed through the National School Lunch Program, food banks, and other federal food and nutrition programs, the United States Department of Agriculture has established food safety and quality requirements for the ground beef it purchases.
A common type of ground meat is ground beef, but many other meats are prepared ground in a similar fashion, including pork, lamb, and poultry.
Ground meat (usually called mince or sometimes minced meat outside North America) is meat finely chopped by a meat grinder or a chopping knife.
Ground meat has food safety concerns not associated with whole cuts of meat.
coli O157:H7, "Farm-to-Table Process Risk Assessment", Slaughter Module in Escherichia coli O157:H7 in Ground Beef: Review of a Draft Risk Assessment, 2002, The National Academies Press, Washington, DC.
When meat is ground, bacterial contamination from the surface can be distributed throughout the meat.
In South Asia, both lamb (mutton) and goat meat are also minced to produce keema, though the process of mincing is manual.

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The addition of spices such as cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg was, according to the English antiquary John Timbs, "in token of the offerings of the Eastern Magi."[1][2] Several authors, including Timbs, viewed the pie as being derived from an old Roman custom practised during Saturnalia, where Roman fathers in the Vatican were presented with sweetmeats.[1] Early pies were much larger than those consumed today,[2] and oblong shaped; the jurist John Selden presumed that "the coffin of our Christmas-Pies, in shape long, is in Imitation of the Cratch [Jesus’s crib]",[3] although writer T.
The antiquary John Brand claimed that in Elizabethan and Jacobean-era England they were known as minched pies,[5] but other names include mutton pie, and starting in the following century, Christmas pie.[6] Gervase Markham’s 1615 recipe recommends taking "a leg of mutton", and cutting "the best of the flesh from the bone", before adding mutton suet, pepper, salt, cloves, mace, currants, raisins, prunes, dates and orange peel.

Spicy minced meat Release date 21 November 2006 (Update) Members? Yes Quest item? No Tradeable? Yes Equipable? No Edible? Yes Stackable? No High Alch 4 coins Low Alch 3 coins Destroy Drop Store price Not sold Exchange price 358 coins (info) Buy limit 1,000 Examine A bowl of chopped beef with an extra kick.
Spicy minced meat is created by cooking Raw beef, using a bowl on it with a knife in the inventory, and then using a shaker of Gnome spice from the Grand Tree or normal spice (obtained from thieving from the Ardounge Spice seller or from the Culinaromancer’s Chest) on the bowl of minced meat.

George sedately marches to a street of little shops lying somewhere in that ganglion of roads from Kent and Surrey, and of streets from the bridges of London, centring in the far-famed elephant who has lost his castle formed of a thousand four-horse coaches to a stronger iron monster than he, ready to chop him into mince-meat any day he dares.
Steene had prepared her mince-meat, and had devoted much butter, fine flour, and labour, to the making of a batch of pies in the morning; but they proved to be so very heavy when they came out of the oven, that she could only think with trembling of the moment when her husband should catch sight of them on the supper-table.

Today, we are accustomed to eating mince pie as a dessert, but actually "minced" pie and its follow-up "mincemeat pie" began as a main course dish with with more meat than fruit (a mixture of meat, dried fruits, and spices).  As fruits and spices became more plentiful in the 17th century, the spiciness of the pies increased accordingly.
Mincemeat developed as a way of preserving meat without salting or smoking some 500 years ago in England, where mince pies are still considered an essential accompaniment to holiday dinners just like the traditional plum pudding.
But the Puritans brought a stop to the fun – upon gaining power in the mid-17th century, they abolished Christmas and censured mince meat pie along with other “idolatries” of Catholicism.
Mince meat pie was given many names including “shred pie,” “mutton pie,” and “Christmas pye,” and was particularly loved in England.

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The ultimate expression of German self-awareness in this regard is a YouTube hit by the name of Alles wird aus Hack gemacht – or "Everything is made of mince" – in which a couple of radio DJs wearing mullet wigs spend precisely two minutes and four seconds seconds comedically eulogising their of minced meat dishes both domestic and exotic.
Ask anyone outside of Germany to name the first word that comes into their head when they think of German cookery, and you can bet your last ginger biscuit that – if it isn’t sauerkraut – it’ll be something with meat: sausage, schnitzel, leg of pork… In fact, thanks to the Lidl chain’s remorseless worldwide advance into the high street, even the Black Forest is probably better known for its ham than for its squidgy gateau nowadays.
Beyond the day-to-day carnivore-bonding aspect, the cultural caché of Mett reaches even further into the modern German psyche: the abiding image of the much-vaunted German post-war economic miracle is a sepia-toned photo of portly parvenus tucking into a Mettigel – a party-dish popular in the 1950s in which a domed lump of raw pork mince is spiked with slivers of onion and/or pretzel sticks to form a faux hedgehog.
Even in cosmopolitan urban life, it’s difficult to get through a day in Germany without hearing minced meat mentioned, either as Hack – short for Hackfleisch, (hacked meat) – or Mett, which is from the same root as the modern English "meat".
Several people I know work in companies which either allow, or positively encourage, Mettwoch, the custom of eating Mettbrötchen on Mittwoch (Wednesday); while French departmental esprit de corps is developed over steak tartare in the local bistrot and British office life often revolves around the snack machine, the hallmark of German workplace team-building would seem to be a tray of open-faced raw pork sandwiches.
And although an overreliance on minced meat in day-to-day cookery is now seen by many as the hallmark of lazy, tasteless 1980s cookery, it’s a rare German who doesn’t nonetheless occasionally beef up everything from sautéed vegetables to tomato soup with the judicious addition of a couple of kilos of Hack.
That’s right: Germans love minced pork so much, they actually eat it raw – especially here in the North, where it’s spread on a bread roll, sprinkled with chopped onions, and eaten for breakfast.

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A typical tourist in Singapore would definitely try to have a taste of Chilli Crab, Chicken Rice and even Char Kway Teow (Fried Flat Rice Noodles) – But Bak Chor Mee? Who would go out of the way to try minced meat noodles and list it on their “Top 10 Must Dos” in Singapore? Perhaps, noodles tossed in a myriad of seasonings and topped with random condiments might not make this dish sound the most exciting: After all, such variations could be found all over South East Asia and even East Asia.
Nevertheless, I always feel that a good soup and delicious braised mushrooms are one of the must-haves for Bak Chor Mee! I apologize as I forgot to take pictures of the completed soup, but basically I just threw all of the ingredients listed: Pork Bones, Soya Beans, and Dried Anchovies into the slow cooker with lots of water and cooked it on “High” for 8 hours.

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Sausages are stuffed using minced meat, meat balls and meat sauce are immensely popular as are shepherd/cottage pie, meat loaf, chili, kabobs, stuffed vegetables, and the list goes on and on and on! In this series of blogs that revolves around minced meats of all different kinds, we will be exploring numerous dishes that use minced meat and that can be prepared in the Fornetto.
Bake the stuffed Salisbury steaks in a preheated 190C (375F) Fornetto for about an hour or until the size has reduced and the fat is rendered from the minced meat.
I highly recommend that if you are using any ground meat that will be served raw such as Steak Tartar or if you prefer your burger on the rare side, that you purchase your meat directly at the butcher the day you need it and have it ground by them.
It’s important that the meat is compact and free from any holes to ensure that the filling doesn’t fall out while it’s cooking and that the patties don’t split.
Minced meat (not to be confused with sweet “mincemeat” which we will review nearer to Christmas) is any meat that has been minced or ground with the use of a manual or electric grinder.
Place plastic wrap over the top of the patties and using your fingers, work the meat towards the walls of the press.
If you use a beef that is lower in fat content, it will shrink less and you’ll most likely end up with about 700gr (25 oz or 1.5 pounds) of stuffed meat which would be considered more than a single portion.

 You can either prepare this as a side dish to go with rice (as in my post here) or steam the pork patty directly over steamed rice (煲仔饭).
 I still remember those days how my father enjoyed this dish – scooping up the wonderful gravy onto his rice with his chopsticks and meat patty, taking a bite into the juicy meat patty and savoring the aromatic bowl of rice.
I love steamed pork patty with preserved turnip (tong choy) too! Try it with salted fish, if you managed to buy it from Chinese shops.
 You can replace the salted fish with salted shrimp paste (咸虾蒸猪肉) or with a salted egg (mix minced meat with salted egg white and place the yolk on top).

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Sweeten up your mood with the traditional minced meat pastry straight from the land of the pyramids.

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The bitterness of cheese and button mushrooms combined with sweetness of grapes and lemon basil make the combination very rich and the taste palette wider.
This recipe is really amazing and fast to cook, considering the fact that button mushrooms contain 17 different vitamins, the benefits from this dish increase dramatically.

A simple sauce made with chopped red chilies, lime juice, sweet soy sauce, and soy sauce is the perfect accompaniment for the subtly flavored steamed tofu and minced meat.
Your steamed stuffed tofu looks great! I like to indulge in this kind of healthy food.
Steamed tofu and minced meat is one of Piti’s favorite food and he grew up eating this all the time.

Nehal is so lucky to have you as his mom.mince meat pasta looks tempting and mutton gosht too.can i ask you to post some curry kind with soya chunks if you dont mind plzzz….
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1 Cook spaghetti in salted rapidly boiling water and a tbsp of oil until it turns soft yet firm.
Add the cooked mince meat curry and combine and cook for 2 mts.
Add 1/4 kg washed minced meat and cook for 7-8 mts on high heat, stir once in while.
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