I would go with beef! it has so many variations from the filet mignon to hamburger.And the hamburger has so many versatile uses from the sandwich itself to casseroles to spaghetti sauce and even sheppard's pie(mashed potatoes and hamburger mixed together). Steaks can be grilled, sauteed, pan fried, sliced and diced for salads.. the possibilities are endless! So beef would definitely be my choice!
What a tough question - how do you choose between a succulant lamb roast - a beefburger cooked on the bbq - pork with the crackling cooked to perfection - Bacon on the bbq .... Will keep thinking about this one as those lamb chops were delicious !
I agree with all but Chic-fil-a! Their ckicken doesn't taste right to me(neither does the other fasr food fried chicken sandwiches). But yes chicken is as versatile as ground meat as I use a can of chunk chicken if I am out of tuna for casseroles
Ah nice to see you George, I tried to comment on yours, but can't, the option isn't available. While beef and chicken are both versatile there is a particular flavor that beef has and chicken doesn't. Chicken can be used but will lack some flavor
It is a hard choice for me as I am fond of both chicken and fish! But since you asked only one, I go for fish. I am fond of fish fry cooked with mild spices and lightly coated with breadcrumbs. My mother often made this tasty dish and I enjoyed it very much!
Sorry no. But it is sort of Indian version of British fish and chips! It is marinated with chili powder and turmeric powder (along with little salt) and left aside for 1 hour. Then before frying it on the pan, it is lighly coated with breadcrumbs.
I’d have to say beef! There are so many things you can do with it and contrary to popular belief it is one of the healthiest food choices one can make; it was actually recommended to me by a very renowned heart specialist and who am I to argue with that??
Not sure if fish counts as meat, but I love a tuna steak, singed on the outside and basically, sashimi in the middle. Otherwise, sirloin steak - to my mind, is the tastiest cut. Funny thing, I notice that not one person has chosen veal... it is interesting to me how few omnivores have an issue eating lamb (effectively a young sheep) but many don't like the idea of eating veal (possibly those huge baby cow eyes evoke more emotion)?
I count it and I have to agree that that is one delicious way to eat a tuna steak! I have never tried either veal or lamb... I was raised with no red meat and now that I cook for myself I just haven't thought about either of those options.
Ooh, there are too many meats that I enjoy! Steak, hamburger, bacon, pork! I don't know if I could ever pick a favorite! Well, I can take out everyone else's favorite of tuna, because I happen to be allergic to tuna...
Hmm... does this count? My one type of meat would be fresh. Rancid meat isn't all that good.
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