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Thinly sliced pork stir-fried with bell peppers, celery, Brussels sprouts, and more. The use of fresh herbs add bright, fresh flavor to this dish without needing added salt.
Wasn't exactly what I expected.. but it was good and healthy. I tripled the recipe (big family). Marinated the pork several hours prior to cooking in an OJ/soy sauce/ ghost pepper salsa mix.(very little ghost pepper goes a very long way). Cooked the pork in a fry pan and cooked down the veggies in a 7 qt D.O. I didn't have mint, green peppers, or waterchestnuts on hand... I upped the amount of yellow and red pepper carrots and Italian parsley to compensate. No salt/pepper/soy sauce or other spices used or needed. It was good as is.
This was just ok. I enjoyed it but the hubby felt it was bland. It needs seasonings and maybe a contrast taste such as pineapple, or go with some spice and add jalapeño . Definitely needs something. Be creative it's a good base for a dish.
Shying away from the typical tomato or wine based steamed mussel recipe? This one features tequila and lime and it as easy as 1..2..3 to prepare! Serve right away with some crusty Italian bread to soak up the juice.
Bake yourself into a tropical paradise! Mango, coconut and raisins make this an irresistible quick bread.
A magical blend of mincemeat, pecans, sweetened condensed milk and candied fruit.
Make your own restaurant-style special sauce. It's great for dipping French fries in, too.
The secret to this deep rich soup is a long slow caramelization, the key to unlocking the mushroom's magic. This is just pure essence of mushroom.
A great recipe for homemade pizza dough and sauce. The sauce is especially good. Top with whatever you like.
A Southwestern-style layered dip that trips you up with a few surprise additions--soy sauce, for one!