|Nutrition for Dummies|
|by Carol Ann Rinzler|
Once upon a time, people simply sat down to dinner, eating to fill up an empty stomach or just for the pleasure of it.
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Put cooking oil and alligator meat in cooking ... tomatoes, and season to taste with salt and pepper. Cover pot and cook over medium heat for 30-40 minutes.
Mix alligator with salt, red ... small balls. Mix flour and cornmeal; roll alligator meatballs in mixture and fry in deep fat at 350 degrees until brown.
Combine flour and ... Clean fat from alligator. Cut in ... mushrooms and cook, uncovered, in another 30 minutes. Garnish with fresh parsley and serve over rice.
Place alligator steaks in a ... in 2 hours. Drain steaks and roll in flour. Arrange steaks in a shallow pan and bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Serves 4.
Roux: Make roux ... that gives the alligator that "fishy" taste ... black pot and lightly brown. Remove meat and discard oil. Meat is now ready for cooking.
Put oil and alligator meat in pot ... season to taste with salt and pepper. Cover pot and cook over medium heat for 30 to 40 minutes, stirring occasionally.
Grind alligator meat, onions, scallions, ... seasoning, salt and pepper. Mix well, chill and shape into balls. Roll in cracker meal and fry in deep fat.
Cook flour in oil until medium brown; add onion and cook until onion wilts. Add garlic, bell pepper, tomatoes, tomato sauce and water. Cook over low ...
Mix: 1 1/2 tsp. salt, 1/2 tsp. Tabasco & 1/2 c. milk Bread crumbs or corn meal Flour Dip the meat in batter and fry until brown. Allow 1/3 pound of ...
Mix Liquid Smoke, juices, water and Worcestershire sauce. Add meat and let stand in refrigerator for 12 to 24 hours; up to 48 hours won't hurt. Keep ...
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