|Food of Portugal|
|by Jean Anderson|
An extensive bilingual glossary explains, defines, and describesPortuguese food, wine, cooking, and restaurant terms.
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Combine soup ingredients ... stir frying). Prepare meatballs: stir ingredients ... pepper, a pinch of Chinese Red Pepper, if desired, and a dash of soy sauce.
Mix turkey, oatmeal, ... and pour over meatballs. Marinate for ... heat and simmer for 15 to 20 minutes. Serve with rice. Makes approximately 20 meatballs.
Mix beef, pork, ginger, salt, sugar, Worcestershire and soy sauce. Shape into flat patties using 1 tablespoon of mixture for each. Brown patties in ...
Combine beef, salt, ... of ginger and meatballs. When meatballs ... green salad, followed by a dessert of sliced, fresh or canned peaches and almond cookies.
Mix eggs, flour and spices together. Make meatballs and roll in ... and add remaining bouillon, cook until thick. Add meatballs. Simmer. Serve with rice.
Mix in tiny balls and bake 1 hour at 350 degrees. Keep warm in sauce. Stir over medium heat until boiling and clear. Pour over meatballs after they are baked.
Combine beef, celery, ... cornstarch. Heat oil in large skillet and brown meatballs on all sides until thoroughly cooked. Serve with pineapple sauce. Combine.
Chop water chestnuts, ... cornstarch and water and slowly stir into mixture. Cook until thickened and clear. Pour over meatballs. (This is great for parties!!)
Mix all ingredients except sweet and sour sauce. Place on rack in microwave, cover with paper towel. Cook on high 5-7 minutes. Brown 6 minutes. Serve ...
Combine all ingredients and shape into meatballs. Brown them. ... Serve this over cooked rice. OPTIONAL: Add pineapple chunks to meatballs for a garnish.
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