|James McNair Cooks Southeast Asian|
|by James McNair|
Best-selling cookbook author James McNair's second volume in the World Cuisines series presents a broad sampling of dishes from Southeast Asia.
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In a large ... translucent. Reduce heat to medium low. Add ... bowl. Serve with crusty bread or crackers and freshly grated Parmesan cheese, if desired.
Fry out chopped ... When meat begins to color, add water ... kale for the escarole. Or you ... the escarole, and black-eye peas for the cannellini beans.
Heat oil in ... hot sauce. Bring to a boil; reduce heat to a simmer. Cover and cook on low heat ... pinch of cayenne, etc. Serve with biscuits or cornbread.
In a large ... soup mix, water, escarole, celery, carrot, ... bay leaf. Bring to a boil, then ... Remove bay leaf. Let stand 5 minutes covered 5 minutes.
Tear lettuce and ... greens; be sure to "frost" entire surface ... mixture overnight. To serve: Toss dressing with greens. Makes approximately 8 servings.
Cook pasta, drain. In ... in oil. Add escarole. Saute until ... beans, salt and pepper. Toss with cooked pasta. Sprinkle with bacon and Parmesan cheese.
Wash endive (escarole) thoroughly. Fill ... water and bring to a boil. Chop ... and onion and cook 15 minutes more. ... if made day before being served.
Combine first 6 ... white pepper; add to chicken mixture, stirring ... To serve, arrange escarole around edges of ... lightly browned. Yield: 8 tart shells.
In deep 4-quart ... tap water, covered, to boil, 8 to ... butter; add chicken. Cook about 3 minutes; ... cooks, shred enough escarole to make 4 ... mixture. Makes 6 servings.
Place meatballs in ... add broths and escarole or spinach. Add ... 8 minutes. Season to taste, ladle into ... Italian soup served at most weddings. Serves 6.
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