|Clarke & Spurrier's Fine Wine Guide|
|by Steven Spurrier|
An updated edition of the guide tothe best wines in the world by two of the world's most knowledgeable and entertaining wine experts.
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Put oil in ... translucent. Stir in pigeon peas (gandules) and tomato ... the rice. Cover and cook on low heat for 35-40 minutes or until done. Serves 6-8.
Cook fresh pigeons in the 2 ... well. Add pigeon peas and stir fry ... for 30 minutes in low heat at half time stir and cover again until rice is cooked.
Wash pigeon peas and put into ... until soft. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer gently until flavors are developed and beef is cooled. Serve immediately.
Clean pigeon peas; soak in ... over high heat. Reduce the heat to medium and cook uncovered until rice is dry. Turn the rice over and cover until cooked.
Put pork meat ... the broth from pigeon peas and the spices ... absorbed), add the can of pigeon peas, stir slowly. Cover and let cook until the rice is done.
Cook bacon until ... Add the drained Pigeon peas, thyme, salt, ... water to cover. Cover the pot and allow mixture to simmer until all liquid had evaporated.
Dice pork, add ... skillet. Add drained pigeon peas and the envelope ... mix and cover. Cook on low for 30 to 35 minutes or until rice is cooked (tender).
Boil peas or bean with all ... except rice and milks. After beans or peas are tender then add milk and coconut milk. Then cook for a while then add rice.
Cut bacon to bite size pieces. Fry to tender 3 tablespoons of bacon drippings. Don't fry bacon hard. Add onions and saute until translucent. Add ...
Blend onion, pepper, ... Sazon, salt, and peas and fry for ... simmer for 15 minutes until rice is soft. Ingredients are available at local super markets.
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