|by Richard Klein|
In this tour de force the author traces the older, positive meanings of the word "fat.
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In a saucepan, ... through. May be pan-fried in olive oil ... with chopped parsley. Turkey may be substituted ... calories, 14.5g total fat, 110.5mg cholesterol, ... C, 6.8IU Vitamin D.
Combine all ingredients and inject into turkey. Combine 2 ... Grease should not be as hot as you fry fish. Fry about 1 hour; cook about 4 minutes per pound.
Heat wok or ... remaining oil and turkey; stir until ... sauce; stir into liquid to thicken; add turkey; stir 3 minutes. Garnish with almonds. Serves 4.
Combine soup and ... minutes before done, take out and top with French fried onions. Finish baking. NOTE: Do NOT grease pan. It will brown too much on bottom.
Brown chicken lightly ... mixture into hot fat, about 1/2 ... cup liquid. Add to boiling juice. Cook, stirring constantly, until thickened. Add soy sauce.
Cook brown rice ... oil. Add cubed turkey, stirring until ... rice, tossing lightly, but incorporating well. Serve with grated parmesan cheese. Serves 8.
Heat oil in large nonstick pan. Add turkey and stir fry ... uncovered stirring often until broth evaporated, about 10 minutes. Makes 4 servings. Serve over rice.
Heat oil in ... fry pan. Add turkey cubes and stir ... Simmer, uncovered stirring frequently until broth evaporates, about 10 minutes. Makes four servings.
Use equal amounts of vegetables (depends on how much you want to make). Put all in skillet and stir fry. Serve over 1/3 cup of rice with soy sauce.
Blend egg yolks with chopped turkey meat and seasonings. ... spoonfuls into hot fat, not too many at ... fry until golden brown. Drain on paper toweling.
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