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This minestrone is so vegetarian it’s almost vegan (except for those pesky little orzos)! Serve it with a hamburger (just kidding—make that a veggie burger) or with a side salad and some crusty bread. Read Dave DeWitt's entire spicy spring soup article here.
The versatility of canned green chile is demonstrated in this delicious salad.
This highly unusual soup is not really a bisque or cream soup--it just resembles one. W.C. says that the soup is so-named because it is black and white and red all over. It requires three processes to complete, but is well worth it.
Note that the recipe requires advance preparation.
Indain immigrants, who worked building the railroads, popularized curries all ofver Africa. Seve this dip with raw vegetables or the Berebere Crakers.
Here’s a hunka hunka burning mushroom. It is amazing how these mushrooms resemble meat in their texture and response to grilling. Now some people think that the flavor of the portabello is too intense by itself, so feel free to make mushroom "cheeseburgers" by melting cheese over the mushrooms and serving them on buns accompanied by potato salad. and a tossed green salad. Incidentally, portabellos (also portobello and portobella) are the same as cremini mushrooms, just more mature.
These are some of the easiest Indian snacks to make. You can use any vegetable you like, but we recommend the softer vegetables such as peppers, eggplant, onions, and thinly sliced potatoes.
' I collected this recipe at the Shikarbadi Hunting Lodge outside of Udaipur. You can use any vegetable you like, but I recommend the softer vegetables such as peppers, eggplant, onions, and thinly sliced potatoes.'
Here’s another option for cooking with PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur. The recipe also calls for pomegranate molasses (also called pomegranate syrup), which can be purchased online at The Spice House.
This recipe features PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur in a tasty glaze for salmon. For more recipes, visit www.pamaliqueur.com.
Korean crab cakes are similar to their American cousins in appearance but have a distinctively different flavor.
If the weather is lousy outside, then pan-frying a thick porterhouse steak right in the kitchen is a great way to go. The key to success is a big cast-iron skillet. It'll cause a good bit of smoke in the kitchen, but it&rquo;s worth it. Let the cooked steaks rest on a board while you make the special Lynchburg pan sauce.
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