|by Sarah Ford|
It's perhaps the perfect fish: widely popular, immensely flavorful, and a versatile ingredient for cooks.
Tip: Try coriander substitute for more results.
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Saute the shallots ... Tabasco sauce. Add salt and pepper to taste. Heat thoroughly, but do not boil. Sprinkle with minced coriander just before serving.
Mix all ingredients together except the last four (jelly, catsup, lemon juice and sugar). Shape into balls 1 inch in diameter. Place balls on a ...
Put the beans ... in the tomatoes, ground coriander, ground cumin, ... another 30 minutes. Stir occasionally. Remove cinnamon stick before serving. Serves 6.
Heat the olive ... chili powder, cumin, coriander and cinnamon; cook ... Serve with garnishes. This dish is best eaten the second day. Serves 8 or more.
Salt and pepper to taste (don't over salt). Use 8 inch wooden skewers (small). Cut pork tenderloin into 3 inch cubes and place in shallow dish. Melt ...
Melt the butter in a large saucepan and saute the onion until soft. Stir in the spices and bay leaves. Add the remaining ingredients. Bring to a ...
Or use 4 (14 1/2 oz.) cans tomatoes. In large saucepan, combine all ingredients. Bring to boil over medium heat, then lower to simmer, covered, ...
Pale gold, stringy ... covered container. No substitute. Small, crinkly, ... noodles made from ground Mung beans. Dried ... spoon, mash garlic, coriander roots, and pepper ... with coriander leaves. Enjoy!
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