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Old 08-24-2009, 06:02 PM   #61
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im feeling the muchies after reading all this
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Old 08-31-2009, 07:04 PM   #62
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I got my woman with this one....

Ingredients:
1 package of boneless skinless chicken(cutlets or just pounded thin)

flour for dipping.

bottle of white wine, like a pino grigio

bottle of italian dressing(none of that fat free crap)

multi colored pasta, or fresh pasta.

Steps:

Boil the pasta according to the instructions...

take the chicken and dip it into the flour, on both sides...
in a large skillet, heat up some italian dressing, and once up to temperature, medium- medium high, put chicken in...pour some more dressing in, and then cook till one side is white,,,flip chicken, add a little more dressing, and then some wine. enough just to cover the chicken. lower the heat and simmer till the chicken and pasta are cooked...

serve the chicken over the pasta, using the wine, flour and dressing mixture as sauce, and enjoy some of that wine.

This was delicious! I don't think I added enough dressing or wine, but everything was juicy and flavorful. I added some fresh green peppers and broccoli while cooking and garnished with some fresh from the garden tomatoes!!



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Old 06-29-2012, 01:05 AM   #63
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bump.

So I can jerk to this later.
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Old 01-23-2013, 05:42 PM   #64
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I got my woman with this one....

Ingredients:
1 package of boneless skinless chicken(cutlets or just pounded thin)

flour for dipping.

bottle of white wine, like a pino grigio

bottle of italian dressing(none of that fat free crap)

multi colored pasta, or fresh pasta.

Steps:

Boil the pasta according to the instructions...

take the chicken and dip it into the flour, on both sides...
in a large skillet, heat up some italian dressing, and once up to temperature, medium- medium high, put chicken in...pour some more dressing in, and then cook till one side is white,,,flip chicken, add a little more dressing, and then some wine. enough just to cover the chicken. lower the heat and simmer till the chicken and pasta are cooked...

serve the chicken over the pasta, using the wine, flour and dressing mixture as sauce, and enjoy some of that wine.


Great recipe add in veggie's as your cooking as well or even cold after in to pasta salad such as purple onion, pepperchinies and grape tomato's to keep the italian theme going.
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Old 02-08-2014, 05:33 PM   #65
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I got this one from Blk335xi. This has been my favorite marinade I've used in awhile.

http://www.marthastewart.com/336489/...ed-flank-steak
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Old 02-19-2014, 03:10 AM   #66
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Thai fried rice

Jasmine rice - two 6 oz cups dry - cooked
1 lb frozen peeled shrimp - defrost and pull off all the tails
2 eggs
2 cloves garlic - finely sliced
1 cucumber - partially peeled (like zebra stripes) and sliced into rounds
1 tomato - seeded and cut into 1/2" dice
1 can pineapple chunks
2 green onions, cut into 1/4" slices
1 lime

vegetable oil
fish sauce
soy sauce
paprika or thai chili powder
chili flakes

heat up 2 tb oil in large saucepan or wok (sounds like a lot, but you want the rice to soak some of it up later)
add garlic and saute for 1-2 minutes
add eggs and scramble in the pan
add tomatoes, cucumber and pineapple - let cook for 1 min

add rice
add fish sauce - like 1 oz
add soy sauce - like 1 oz
add chili powder and flakes
give everything a real good mix and get it up to temp

add shrimp and cook everything for like 2 more minutes - just until the shrimp are good and hot
taste it and add more fish sauce or soy sauce if it needs it

Scoop onto a plate, add green onions, give it a squeeze of lime and a dash of chili flakes. Soooooooo good.

The cucumber, tomatoes and pineapple sound weird for fried rice, but it works amazingly well.
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Old 02-19-2014, 10:07 AM   #67
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BBQ Sause

Here is a modified version of a sauce I found online (this makes a great semi-sweet/sweet BBQ sauce. If you want tangy, then it needs some modification):

1/4 cup olive oil
1 large onion minced
1 green pepper minced
1 or more jalapeno pepper minced
pinch kosher salt and black pepper
5 tablespoons minced fresh garlic

Heat the oil in a LARGE pan and throw in all of the above ingredients. Sauté until the onion gets translucent and soft. Slowly add the following:

2 fifteen oz. cans tomato sauce
2 cups ketchup
3/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
1/2 cup cider vinegar
1/4 cup lemon juice
1 1/2 cups molasses (cut this in half if you aren’t a big fan of sweet)
1/4 cup cayenne pepper sauce
1/4 cup spicy brown mustard
1 1/2 cups dark brown sugar
1 tablespoon chili powder
2 teaspoons coarsely ground black pepper
1/2 teaspoon allspice

After it's all stirred together keep your temp on really LOW as not to burn the sauce. SLOWLY bring it up to take it just under a simmer. If you try to get too hot, too fast, you will burn the sauce. Trust me! Let it sit on a low burner for about 4 hours stirring every 15-20 minutes or so to really bring the ingredients together and allow the sauce to thicken up. At the end add the 1 tablespoon liquid smoke and stir in slowly (alternatively, smoke the sauce for ~1-2 hours using hickory).

I strain it when complete, but that isn't really necessary.
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