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Pollo in porchetta

Pollo in porchetta by Frank Fariello

When I served this dish, several of my dinner guests were wondering what the 'secret' ingredient was that have this roast chicken such a special flavor. Of course, rotisserie chicken is almost always wonderfully juicy and luscious, but pollo in porchetta--chicken prepared in the manner of roast suckling pig--is something else.

8 votes
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Honey Rosemary Chicken

Honey Rosemary Chicken by Salad Foodie

I really liked the marinade/glaze and its rosemary and balsamic flavors. If preferred, substitute boneless skinless chicken breasts and/or thighs or other chicken parts (baking time for smaller or thicker pieces will need to be adjusted.) This recipe will lend itself to your busy schedule: (1) Marinate the chicken in fridge while you…

3 votes
11091 views
Crispy Lemon Fried Chicken

Crispy Lemon Fried Chicken by kristy

A perfect deep fried chicken for anytime!

2 votes
5914 views
Beef Steak (Bistek) - Tagalog

Beef Steak (Bistek) - Tagalog by ShaleeDP

1 vote
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Zuppa di Pesce - Sea food Stew-

Zuppa di Pesce - Sea food Stew- by Pasquale Frola

Here it is a delicious Fish Plate full of flavors and rich taste This is the real version of the neapolitan Fish Stew as made in the best restaurants. One of the best you can try is at Ristorante Alberto - Ischia Island . I was sous chef there and learned some tips from the amazing donna Maria Mattera a superb Chef...

3 votes
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Ham & Cabbage Hash

Ham & Cabbage Hash by Salad Foodie

This is a fast dinner-in-a-skillet recipe, and a good way to use up leftover ham or roast beef. Lots of vegetables make the meat go further and keep calories, fat, sodium and carbs to a reasonable level. A healthy and homey stand-by recipe for breakfast and/or casual dinners.

3 votes
7099 views
Chinese Hot Dragon Chicken

Chinese Hot Dragon Chicken by Weining Wang

Hot Dragon chicken, also named drunken chicken or hot roast chicken, are a traditional Chinese New Year food. They are popular around the world, but especially in regions south of the Yangtze River. Beijing, China’s massive capital, has a history stretching back 3,000 years. It is known world-wide for such ancient sites as the grand…

1 vote
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Thai Fish Curry or Kaeng Khieu Wan Pla

Thai Fish Curry or Kaeng Khieu Wan Pla by Spicie Foodie

A very quick meal to use green curry paste with, Kaeng Khieu Wan Pla or green curry of fish.This hassle free dish is a great dinner year round. In addition to the ease involved in this meal, it's also a healthy dinner,because fish is lower in calories than meat and it's cooked without oil. .....

2 votes
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Segedinsky Goulash v2

Segedinsky Goulash v2 by Spicie Foodie

My second installment of goulash versions is Segedinsky Goulash. It is a goulash made with pork and sauerkraut( sour cabbage) as the main ingredients and served with knedliky. This goulash doesn't seem to be as popular as other versions. If I remember correctly we have found it only in 1 restaurant. But my husband first discovered it…

1 vote
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Grilled Lime Shrimp Tacos w/Roasted Tomatillo Salsa

Grilled Lime Shrimp Tacos w/Roasted Tomatillo Salsa by Baking Barrister

Succulent shrimp, crunchy slaw and tangy salsa make these tacos amazing.

1 vote
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Homemade Green Tea Pasta With Mint Pesto

Homemade Green Tea Pasta With Mint Pesto by kristy

It's a fabulous meatless meal you will never resist !

2 votes
2485 views
Homemade Thai Masaman Curry Paste

Homemade Thai Masaman Curry Paste by Hina Gujral

Masaman Curry is another Thai Curry but the word massaman is not a native of Thailand, it seems to have been derived from the Malay word masam, which means, "sour". The flavoring for Massaman curry is called Massaman curry paste although ready-made pastes are now readily available but with all those artificial flavoring they are…

1 vote
1756 views
Pi's Hamburgers

Pi's Hamburgers by Piper Seeger

Super moist and delicious burgers!

2 votes
6236 views
Brasato al vino rosso (Beef Braised in Red Wine)

Brasato al vino rosso (Beef Braised in Red Wine) by Frank Fariello

There's nothing like a good pot roast on a cold winter's day! Though it may come as a surprise to some, Italians also make pot roast, which is known variously as brasato or stracotto, but with a 'continental' twist: the favorite cooking medium for Italian pot roast is red wine.

2 votes
4324 views
Sweet & Spicy Sausage Ragu by Anne Burrell

Sweet & Spicy Sausage Ragu by Anne Burrell by Lynnette

Quote from "Cook Like a Rock Star" by Anne Burrell: "Years ago, I was working at a tiny restaurant in Tuscany. This is where I first learned to make ragù—an unbelievably delicious sauce that I would let cook for hours and hours. But in the beginning, no matter how long I let it simmer, the owner would come over, taste it, and tell me…

1 vote
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