Minced collops

Yield: 2 servings

Measure Ingredient
1 pounds Minced steak
½ pint Stock
1 tablespoon Mushroom ketchup or
1 tablespoon Mushroom relish or
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1 tablespoon Oatmeal
2 smalls Finely chopped onions
1 tablespoon Butter or oil
\N \N Salt and pepper to taste

Heat butter or oil in shallow saucepan until hot.

Add onions, fry gently until lightly coloured.

Add steak, fry until brown on all sides.

Seaon to taste, stir in oatmeal (for a nutty taste), add stock.

Cover, simmer very gently for about ½ hour.

Add mushroom ketchup, mushroom relish or Worcestershire sauce, to taste.

Serve with triangles of toast or a border of mashed potatoes, or Serve with a garnish of hard-boiled egg slices, or Serve with poached eggs.

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NOTES : From the French 'escalope'; also used to mean veal or small slices of any meat. Equally good meats to use for this dish are hare, venison or other game, seasoned with allspice; cooked in stock composed of half regular stock and half port wine.

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