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Joined Date: Nov 09, 2009
Reviewed Sauerkraut and Ribs
"For those who made this with water; when a recipe originally calls for wine, use it. Water will never give you the same flavor. It's like making scampi with water and not wine. Yuk!
When I made this; the only thing I added was garlic, which I added to the onions when they started to get tender because garlic burns easily. I love the flavor of "
Reviewed Oven-Fried Chicken
"Too much work. My oven-fried chicken calls for melting some butter and adding a generous amount of garlic salt to it, roll the chicken pieces (raw) in the butter, then roll in plain bread crumbs, into the oven at 350 deg. for approx. 40 minutes. The garlic gives it a good flavor."
Reviewed Poverty Meal
"Similar to my American Chop Suey. I use tomato sauce instead; add water, and add a little tomato paste at the end to thicken. I always cook chopped green peppers in oil first, when the peppers start to get soft, I add the onions, cook until softened; then add and brown the hamburg; then the tomato sauce and water. Spices are salt, black and whi..."
Reviewed Eggplant Parmigiana
"I haven't made Alex's yet, but I don't have to. I make mine the same way, except I add some oregano and parmesan cheese to my sauce too. I love eggplant just about any way you can make it.
Suggestion - I always make a lot of sauce because you can freeze it, so if you find yourself feeling like you should cut the sauce in half, don't; take the extra and freeze it, or double it next time and do the same. You'll appreciate it the next time you want to make this, or if you're in a pasta mood some night.
I am from Fall River, MA; love to cook and bake. Since I am Portuguese, I cook alot of Portuguese dishes; however, I am always looking for different recipes to try.