|Passion for Pasta|
|by Antonio Carluccio|
The author's passion for Italian food began when he was a child in his mother's kitchen, and continues now at his Neal Street Restaurant in London.
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Rub flour and butter together and put into a 3 or 4 quart soup pan. In a separate heavy bottomed saucepan, combine milk with herbs and seasonings. ...
Though of Spanish ... method of preparing fish is very popular ... night in the refrigerator or a cool place to marinate. This will keep for several days.
Season fish with garlic salt, ... fry fish until golden brown. Put fried fish in baking pan; add rest of ingredients on top of fish with tomato sauce last.
King fish has a dry ... parts onion, bell pepper, celery. Bake, covered, for 20 more minutes at 350 degrees. Thick pieces bake better. Serve with vegetables.
Melt butter. Blend in flour, salt (1/2 tsp.) and pepper (few grains). Add milk. Heat and stir until thickened and smooth. Cook mushrooms and pepper ...
Cook fish in a covered ... mackerel with a fork. Mix all ingredients in bowl. Refrigerate for a couple more hours before serving. Good served with crackers.
To prepare batter: ... cm. pieces. Cut fish fillets into 3 ... into batter and fry in one piece. Serve hot with lemon and soup with grated mooli. Serves 4.
Coat fish with flour and ... pepper to taste. Simmer for few minutes, then spread over fish. Let marinate for 8 hours or overnight. Can be eaten hot or cold.
Melt butter in large Dutch oven. Saute onion until it turns golden. Stir in flour until blended. Add tomatoes, stock and okra. Stir until smooth. ...
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