|Fish: The Basics|
|by Shirley King|
Fish:The Basics has received praise from all quarters for its breadth, clarity, and for the flexibility it gives the seafood cook.
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In a large saucepan, sauté salt pork or pancetta (or cubed/finely minced pork or meaty pork bones) in olive oil. Brown over medium heat for about 5 ...
In large saucepan, saute the onions and garlic in the oil. Add the cans of tomatoes, water and all other ingredients. Heat to boil then lower to ...
1. In a large sauce pot brown 2 ... pepper, 1 bay leaf, 2 teaspoons basil, 2 teaspoons parsley and 2 teaspoons cheese. 6. Cook 20 minutes on low-medium burner.
Lightly saute onions and garlic in oil. Add tomatoes, parsley, salt, and pepper. Simmer about 5 minutes; add basil. It's done!! Great to pour over ...
Put cut onion ... taste. Salt and pepper may be added when tomatoes are put in the pot. Also, put tomato paste in at the same time as the peeled tomatoes.
Bring water and ... simmer and add tomato paste and crushed ... favorite meal (you may want to add in some more salt or other favorite ingredients). ENJOY.
Start by boiling ... minutes. Add the marinara sauce, Sazon Goya ... in a large bowl. Top with meat marinara sauce. Serves 4-6 family members or guests. .
Use 2-3 lbs ... favorite Italian Pasta sauce or the one ... 1 can Hunts traditional sauce. Add basil, crushed red pepper, to taste and wine 'Hanna-Embody
Sauté garlic in ... Simmer 20 minutes uncovered, stirring occasionally. Note: Marinara sauce may be used alone on spaghetti or on vegetables. Stores well.
Sauté/brown beef in ... large saucepot, add tomato sauce plus 1 8 ... with a side salad and warm garlic bread. Red wine goes well. This is a manly dish!
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