adapted from the barbecue bible sauces rubs and marinades. posted for zwt6. best with robust meat or rich, oily fish.
i love chutney but it is expensive to buy. apples are plentiful and cheap in nova scotia (and many other locations) so i like to make this one to accompany samosas and anything else that needs a delicious kick. it's also very easy.
this is wonderful when that spring asparagus arrives on the supermarket shelves. i've also made this using lime with great results. this makes a light amount of the drizzle double it if you would like all of the asparagus well coated.
posted for zwt5 from aussie barbie site. "this recipe should make enough for several barbecues; just store it in an airtight plastic or glass container in the fridge and in two seconds you can transform a 'plain' piece of meat into something quite differ
this cake taste just like the ones at your bakery, it is so moist! frost it with you favorite butter cream frosting. for this use 1/2-cup each butter, oil and shortening only no changes please! see my recipe#78579 for greasing pans
these are excellent and rival anything you would get at a vietnamese sandwich shop. if you use sourdough for the baguette, it gives it a nice tang. feel free to use meat leftover from another meal, especially one that contained asian flavors. thanks to me
i got this recipe from my friend, who is a health and wellness teacher. they are super healthy and taste even better! really easy to make too! :) you could also add nuts, or leave out the raisins. you could even substitute the zucchini with carrots! to
gift jar directions at bottom of the recipe - add onto a recipe card and attach to the gift! or skip the gift making and indulge yourself with this treat!! note: this recipe is to be prepared one quart size wide mouth canning jar and will yield 18 muffins
tempura-style battered chicken tidbits soaked in a lemon glaze --- this can also be make using a meaty fish such a cod or halibut cut into small pieces, if you prefer a less sweeter glaze then reduce the sugar by a couple tablespoons --- serve with rice :
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