I love this recipe! It’s so good I occasionally make it a meal instead of a side dish.
The great thing about this recipe is that the ingredients and steps listed here are just basic suggestion on how to assemble the pie. You can put just about any ingredients together and still wind up with a killer tasty pie.
Yes, we know: “Au Jus” means “with juice,” and occasionally you see a menu with prime rib or a French dip sandwich saying “With Au Jus.” If you’re the kind of wiseass who has to say, “Oh, it comes WITH WITH juice?” try not to imagine going to Cocina Kitchen Restaurant on the corner of Table Mesa Road and Plaza Square Drive after stopping at the automatic ATM machine. It’ll be messy if your head explodes.
Best tuna steak you’ll ever taste. Don’t feed it to your cat or I will find you and things could get ugly.
You’ll straight up murder these enchiladas! Try to wait till they cool off a little, though.
Making bread isn’t difficult. Making baguette with that crisp, deep golden-brown crust and chewy insides with skillions of holes—it’s a challenge. But the ingredients aren’t fancy or expensive: Yeast, flour, salt, water. You can afford some trial and error, and the end result is worth it!
You can call this Supernatural Elf Counselor Sauce if you want, but that’s too silly for me.
This sauce is a lot of work. It’s more than worth it.
Focaccia means “flat bread” in Italian. Sorry if you were looking for a complicated back story.