|The Best Irish Drinks|
|by Ray Foley|
The Best Irish Drinks delivers countless recipes of cocktails straight from the Emerald Isle.
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Boil chicken about ... minutes. Add water, bijol, salt, rice ... tender. Stir occasionally. Chicken may be kept on bone or off bone cut into bite size pieces.
Saute onion, garlic, ... boil. Then add Bijol. Reduce heat ... potatoes, carrots, and garbanzo beans. Add cabbage, cook until tender. Serve with French bread.
Heat oil in ... bay leaf, salt, Bijol (saffron) and rice. ... for 20 to 30 minutes or until tender. Garnish with peas and pimientos. Yields: 4 servings.
In a 6-quart ... water, saffron (or Bijol), chicken and ... until chicken is tender and rice is done. Stir occasionally with fork. Add capers or olives.
Saute onion, pepper, garlic, cumin, tomato sauce, oil and Sazon, salt, until onions are soft. Add meat, chicken or pork. Simmer 5 minutes. Add water ...
1. Cut the ... pepper, bay leaf, bijol, wine, broth ... whole pimentos. (You can also use asparagus and hard boiled eggs, but it's not the usual.) Serves 8.
Cut up chicken, ... Add saffron and Bijol. Add bay ... absorbed and rice is fluffy and tender. Remove foil last 5 minutes. Garnish with Petit Pois & pimentos.
Coat chicken with hot oil in skillet. Brown over medium heat. Remove chicken, add remaining ingredients, except pimentos. Stir well. Cover and cook ...
Use package of ... oil. Add water, bijol, chicken and ... Cover and cook over a low flame until done, stirring once or twice during cooking with a fork.
Chop onions and ... garlic, cumin and Bijol and water in ... on low heat for about 15 minutes. Place in serving dish and decorate with pimientos and peas.
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