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great idea here! i found this in the kraft food and family holiday edition. very simple and if some don't like the taste of an ingredient, they don't have to eat it because the 'dip' is sectioned off into 3 sections.
this sauce is much adapted from a ming tsai recipe. it goes well with chicken, pork, vegetables or tofu. i haven't tried it with seafood, but i imagine it would go wonderfully with shrimp (and one reviewer really liked it over salmon).
i think i found this recipe in my "goody bag" when taste of home hosted one of their "cooking schools" at the local high school several years ago. i've only made it a handful of times, much to my boyfriend's dismay for he loves this dish! it really is ver
my son and i love to watch paula deen on the food network. when i found one of her cookbooks, i had to buy it. this is one of her recipes. there have been no negative responses when i make this for my family or large group dinners. i have never been a
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