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Homemade Yaka-Mein!! But if you're from New Orleans you say. Yaka-Meat!!

New Orleans Style Homemade 

Yaka-Mein!!


If you're not form New Orleans, then you probably will not know what this is. But if you do, then here's the recipe for "Yaka-Meat". Yaka-Meat originated http://www.noladefender.com/content/bowl-mystery. Link above to make a long story short..  

Ingredients below:


2 pounds of stew meat beef
3 or 4 quarts of water
2 cubes of beef bouillon cubes
Black Pepper to taste
Salt to taste
Garlic Powder to taste
Onion Powder to taste
Kitchen Bouquet 2 Tablespoons
Worcestershire Sauce Half Bottle
Soy Sauce Half Bottle
Any Louisiana Hot Sauce
Long Green Onions
Boiled Eggs


 I know it looks a little gross but believe me, the outcome is delicious! 
Put Meat, Cubes,  Seasoning, Kitchen Bouquet in a big pot, let it simmer for about 5 minutes or until the beef is browned. Add the 3-4 quarts of water and half bottles of Worcestershire and Soy sauce. Bring to a boil; reduce heat to medium and let cook about 2-3 hours or until beef is tender enough to fall apart. 


Cook spaghetti according to the package, I myself boil my eggs with the spaghetti. 




Also cut long green onions up..


Now we're getting to the good part... Here's how to assemble the "Yaka-Meat".
Place the amount of noodles you want in a bowl..


Add beef and broth in the bowl



Add long green onions


Add eggs and hot sauce if you like.. 


And there you have it.. If you have any questions please feel free to leave questions below..

Until Next Time!
YAKA IT CHIC!!!!

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  1. Yummy can't wait to try your recipe!!!

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    1. I really hope you enjoy it.. My family does... Your my first comment... Stay tuned for more post.... Thanks Again...

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