Monday, November 18, 2013

Honey Barbecue Beef Potatoes

Honey Barbecue Beef Potatoes with stew (fried diced tomatoes) on the side.
Food, food, food! Help me people...this boyfriend and girlfriend relationship with my husband may be the reason I have put on so much weight. Like I said in this post, the kitchen is our second favorite part of our home. I need to find where to pull the breaks and say "Babe we need to find another hobby!" before I blow up! In the meantime while I figure that out, let me share this new yumminess we (more like me) made just 2 days ago.

We had actually tried it with chicken during the Canadian Thanksgiving trip but this time around we wanted to switch it up so we used Beef. I'd confess, I preferred the Chicken to the beef but since this is what I have in regards to pictures, I'd share this. Literally everything stays the same all you would need to do is change the choice of meat to your preferred one.

  1. Potatoes
  2. Choice of Meat
  3. Onions
  4. Peppers (Hot pepper and Bell peppers) 
  5. Mixed vegetables
  6. Vegetable Oil
  7. Honey
  8. Barbecue Sauce 
  9. Lemon Juice 
  10. Spices (Thyme, Salt, Garlic)
1. Preheat oven at 350 degrees.

2. Cut your Potatoes into smaller bits and keep aside.

3. Slice your Onions and Peppers and keep them aside.

4. In a small bowl, mix your desired amount of Honey, Barbecue sauce and Lemon Juice to your desired taste.

5. Wash your choice of meat and rub your Honey Barbecue mixture all over the meat.

6. Grab your baking pan (one with depth would be ideal than a flat one) and put in the Vegetable oil (about 4 tablespoons of oil).

7. Throw in your cut Potatoes and the already rubbed Honey Barbecue meat.

8. Put in your Onions and Peppers.

9. Add your desired spices and mix all in the pan together to get everything to spread evenly.

10. But in the oven and bake for about 20 minutes first.

11. Then bring out and rub in more of the Honey Barbecue mixture on the meat

12. Add your Mixed Vegetables

13. Put back into the oven for another 20 minutes.

14. Check to  make sure both the meat and potatoes are soft enough for your teeth and bring out when satisfied.

You can eat this alone or add some stew (Fried Tomatoes - see recipe in steps 2 to 7 of this Jollof Rice post) on the side.

PS: Ideally I should be having a Traveler Wife post today but if you watch the news you might have heard of the terribly bad weather in Chicago area. As a result of that, my flight was rescheduled to this afternoon. Let me be frank, I kind of like the fact I get to stay a bit longer but my heart goes out to those who have suffered this terrible weather. Keep my flight in your prayers though, praying for a smooth trip!


  1. Oh my gosh that sounds really good right about now!!

  2. it looks really really good.. let me now go read the reciepe lol

  3. i might have to add this recipe to my list...looks amazing!!

  4. Looks good, but I don't have an oven :( How else can i try it?

  5. Gee I might have to give this one a try. I would probably do it with chicken. I'm pinning it for later.

  6. looks good! i'll have to give this a try soon!