Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Beef Ribs & Potatoes

We really like this. It's yummy, it's hearty, it's simple, and it's pretty cheap. The pictures above show this made on two different nights. The first 2 pics are from one night, the bottom pic is from a different night.

1-2 pkgs. beef ribs (we use 2 pkgs. for 4 people + there are leftovers)
3 (or so) potatoes
Tomato paste, a few big scoops-full
Olive oil

Peel and cut the potatoes into chunks or wedges.

Put some olive oil on the bottom of a glass baking dish. Lay the ribs out in the dish. Put potatoes around and in between the ribs. Salt (we use a lot of salt). Mix the tomato paste with some water to make a saucey liquid in a bowl, then pour it on top of the beef and potatoes. Cover with parchment paper (or foil if you use it) and cook in oven at 425 degrees (F) for 45 minutes, or until the potatoes are soft. (Note, some potatoes will be crispy.)

Adults can eat the ribs either with fork and knife or caveman-style. For the kids, cut the meat off the bone into little pieces and serve next to (or mixed in with) potatoes.

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