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Subject: [NYDELAWA-L] LOOKING FOR OLD RECIPE--Slumgullion
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2001 08:33:37 EST
Thank you to everybody who responded to my email about for Slumgullen
(Slumgullion) I have found everybody on the maillists to be so helpful. I
am placing below two recipes that were sent to me as some asked if I would
share what I have found. Thank you again my friend will be very happy. If
anybody has a recipe different than these I still would appreciate receiving
it. Our church is making a recipe book for our members and old recipes like
this are fun to have. Thank you all again. Take care. Marlene Andes
Subj: Re: [NYDELAWA-L] LOOKING FOR OLD RECIPE
Date: 03/19/2001 7:55:26 AM Eastern Standard Time
From: (Steven Delibert)
Reply-to: (Steven Delibert)
That's "slumgullion", a/k/a "slumgullion stew". There are probably as many
variations as there are grandmothers in the world, but here's one I found
fast on line (many online recipes are obviously phony, start out with
something our grandma never heard of like Velveeta cheese spread, but this
one looks pretty authentic):
1 1/2 pounds ground lamb or beef
1 large onion, finely chopped
3 large potatoes, cubed
4 carrots, peeled, cubed
water to cover.
salt and pepper to taste
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
Brown meat in large skillet over moderate heat.
Add onion as Meat begins to color.
Stir occasionally; break up large chunks of meat with spoon.
Drain off fat.
Add remaining ingredients; mix well.
Bring to boil; reduce heat to low; cook 1 hour.
Mixture should be thick when done; vegetables should be tender.
Serve Slumgullion over mashed potatoes.
Serves 4 to 5 persons
Subj: Re: [Tri-Counties] LOOKING FOR OLD RECIPE
Date: 03/19/2001 8:05:30 AM Eastern Standard Time
Our Slumgullen was about the same as Gulloush (sp) browned Hamburg, onions
and tomato poured over cooked Macaroni. A polish friend of mine made it that
way and called it Slumgullen.