found this on a message forum and tried it. it was moist, tasty and light.
i made this up years ago in the military, other wives begged for the recipe. this is great for steaks, but make up some kabobs and place all veggies and meat in it and baste while grilling the flavor is great!
when i was little, my dad would do my mom a favor and run to the local bakery and pick up donuts and pastries for the kids so she wouldn't have to deal with breakfast; did he ever think about the sugar rush? never mind; the teachers had to deal with that
i was surprised by this recipe in that you only marinade the meat 20-30 minutes. it is great when you find a steak on sale and want to cook it that night. i did tweak it a bit by adding in some freshly minced garlic to kick it up just a bit. turned out
great with brown rice, salsa, sour cream, and guacomole as a burrito filling or on nachos. i pefected this recipe while living in the south west and later in the keys, and have found it to be a low cost meal the everyone loves. it will keep up to a week
since there are so few ingredients, going low-fat on any of them would really compromise the flavor. this should only be made in the summer when tomatoes are perfectly ripe. this makes two sandwiches.
this recipe was highly recommended to me by a coworker. it comes from the toronto humane society's vegetarian cookbook. don't be put off by the crust. it simply involves combining the ingredients and pressing into a pie plate.
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