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When Melissa attended the Chefs' Festival at the Kapalua Wine Symposium, Roger Dikon (executive chef of the Maui Prince Hotel), gave her this exotic and terrific recipe. Serve it at your next party to really impress your guests with your good taste.

Here is a typical Madagascar-style sauce that was served at the
Restaurant L'Exotic in Montreal. The sauce accompanied most of the
entrees at L'Exotic and it also can be added to soups or stews to spice
them up.

This recipe and others can be found in the 12-part illustrated series "A World of Curries". You can read all about this unique Indian flavor here.


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This sauce is seriously hot! Recipe by Mike Stines, Ph.B.

Of course, this version of the famous soup will be different from the heavily laden butter and cream recipes of the past. For one, it will have a lot more heat for a cold soup because we've replaced the fat with chile. Note: This recipe requires advance preparation.
The word "machaca" derives from the verb machacar, to pound or crush, and that description of this meat dish is apt. The shredded meat is often used as a filling for burritos or chimichangas and is sometimes dried.
This is the sauce that is traditionally served over smoked ribs in Memphis and other parts of Tennessee. Some cooks add prepared yellow mustard to the recipe. It can be converted into a basting sauce by adding more beer and a little more vinegar. Add more hot sauce to taste, or substitute red chile or cayenne powder

A Recipe From:

Mexican Modern

New Food From Mexico


by Fiona Dunlop 


Photographs by Jean-Blaise Hall

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Named after the zombie-like stilt character that prowls around during 
Carnival celebrations, this sauce features two ingredients common to
Trinidadian commercial sauces, papaya and mustard. The sauce can be used
as a condiment or as a marinade for meat, poultry, and fish.

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