|Oz Clarke's Wine Advisor 1997|
|by Oz Clarke|
This handy take-along primer is a must for anyone who wants to select a good bottle of wine with a minimum of fuss.
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Heat heavy medium skillet (preferably cast-iron) over medium-high heat. Add all ingredients, except paprika, and stir until aromatic and beginning to ...
Mix all ingredients. We use this to coat chicken breasts, steaks or fish before grilling.
Slide or dice ... few dashes of blackened seasoning and let simmer ... nice romantic dinner with sweetie! Great served with everything Italian bread also!
Rinse snapper thoroughly and coat with blackened seasoning. Coat fillets ... Diabetic Information: 1 serving may be exchanged for 2 meats. Yield 4 servings.
Combine ingredients and marinate for 1 hour. Cook over charcoal grill until shrimp turns pink. Do not over cook.
Dip fish in batter. Coat one side with cornmeal. Put spices on second side. Coat with cornmeal. Fry with small amount of butter. This is good with ...
Combine first 4 ... lemon juice and seasoning mixture on both ... easily when tested with a fork. Remove fish and garnish, if desired. Yield: 4 servings.
NOTE: Redfish and ... Thoroughly combine the seasoning mix ingredients in ... one fillet and a ramekin of butter on each heated serving plate. 6 servings.
Heat an iron skillet over high heat approximately 10 minutes (the hotter the better). Dip fillets in butter coating both sides. Cook over high heat ...
Heat large cast ... butter. Sprinkle with seasoning mixture on both ... scallops instead of redfish. May use in broiler pan baking chicken (remove skin).
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