|A Taste of Norfolk|
|by Mary Norwak|
This new recipe book presents 30 traditional Norfolk recipes collected by cookery expert Mary Norwak.
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Chop onions, garlic and peppers heat in pan ... baking dish. Add the remainder of the ingredients and stir. Cover and place in the oven at 350°F for 2 hours.
Preheat oven to 350°F. Rinse peppers making sure all ... minutes before serving. If you want, you can spice up the sauce or use an enchilada sauce instead.
Make a slit ... knife in the pepper at the cap. ... refrigerated, tightly covered with plastic wrap. Dredge with cornmeal and fry just prior to serving.
Prepare a good ... tomatoes and chili peppers on lightly greased ... slices, if desired. Serve with remaining salsa, sour cream, and lime wedges. 6-8 Servings.
Preheat BBQ grill, ... taste. Wash all peppers, peel onions, ... approximately 4-6 quarts. Should be spicy hot so adjust ingredients to your taste. Enjoy!!!
Heat oil, add onion and garlic. Sauté over medium heat for a minute. Add tomatoes, chilies and spices; cover and bring to a simmer until the tomatoes ...
Grill the chiles: ... fairly chunky. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Spoon the guacamole into the chiles. Serve chilled or at cool room temperature.
In a large ... season with salt, pepper, and soy ... juice and cilantro. Season, to taste, with cumin, garlic salt, and additional pepper and chili powder.
Use rubber gloves when chopping hot peppers!! Combine all ... fresh in refrigerator 2-3 weeks or pack in hot jars and process as for a jam-jelly recipe.
Cook first 7 ingredients on medium heat for 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Take out excess juice and reserve for later use if needed. Add remaining 9 ingredients. ...
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