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"Simple and easy to make ... perfect as a make ahead for parties. My recommendation on this recipe: Recipe is a little garlic-dominant - use small cloves of garlic and start with 1 clove for the dressing, bumping it up as needed, according to your taste. I love garlic so its fine for me, but for someone who is not as much of a lover, the slow approach is best. I also added some cubed fresh mozzarella to the recipe - always a perfect addition!!! Enjoy!!!
Reviewed Sweet and Sour Pineapple Pork
"I used the sauce as part of a Sweet and Sour Kielbasa recipe. Start by sauteing onion, red & green pepper in a little canola oil. For the sauce, I made some modifications and I have to say the sauce was very very good. I used NO sugar, pineapple juice, canned pineapple or cornstarch. Instead, I used rice vinegar in place of regular, and 4 large tablespoon 'dollops' of Saucy Susan (use water to thin sauce). I made the sauce right on top of the sauteed peppers and onions and then poured it over some BBQ'd kielbasa. Delish and easy!!! I think it would make a great appetizer as well. (On the sugar and cornstarch - the dish totally doesn't need it and you can cook it down to thicken as needed). Enjoy!