this recipe is from week seven of my food blog, "travel by stove." i am attempting to cook one meal from every country on earth, and andorra is my seventh stop. this one-pot dish is called "the national dish of andorra." it's very rich and fatty, so serve
first words out of dh mouth was atomic! this is not for wimps! go with the flow it is said------ if you can't move to this then you probably are dead------- so wave your hands in the air------ bust a few moves run your fingers through your
i make these in the summer and it is one of my *favorite* of my aunt's recipes. they always seem to taste better the next day, and freeze very well. i make them and share them and they are always a hit. thanks aunt pearl!!!
this is an adaptation of a traditional chinese recipe suitable for cooking on a barbecue. you will need a barbecue with a hood for best results, or you can do the boring thing and cook in an oven. it has a really nice sauce that goes well over plain rice.
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