i have not made this yet, sounds good! i will prolly add more garlic, 2 to 3 cloves, minced. also, start off with half the lemon juice, add more as needed. i will use my hand-held immersion blender for easier clean up rather than the food processor. radishes would be good for dippers too. let sit in fridge for a half an hour or so and bring back to room temp before serving. prep time does not include resting time. from food network, rachel ray. posted for zwt6.
abbey of our lady of the holy trinity. for years the monks made and sold their special brand of whole wheat bread. in recent years it became necessary to discontinue this industry. however, the monk who for many years was the baker has developed a recipe
this dish has a great combination of flavors, i have made this many times, it's a family favorite, prep time does not include boiling the noodles, plan ahead the meat needs to marinate for about 4 hours
after trying several recipes and even the frozen stuff from boston market(yuck!!!) i decided to "invent" my own. the amounts of ingredients are all guesstimates. so please feel free to adjust to your personal liking.
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