|by Jane Lawrie|
Eggs are delicious, nutritious and quick to cook. The 60 recipes in this cookbook are straightforward enough to encourage the most inexperienced c...
1 - 10 of 72 for pork jambalaya
Result Page: 1
Use a heavy ... pot to brown pork in oil on ... rice; stir to evenly distribute. Cook covered on medium heat for 15 minutes longer or until rice is done.
Put cubed pork in heavy cook ... washed rice, salt. Can be put in rice cooker with cold water at this point, or covered pot; cook as you usually cook rice.
Heat oil over medium high heat. Saute pork until brown, about ... reduce heat to very low and allow to cook for 1 1/2 hours, stirring at 15 minutes intervals.
Melt butter in ... and transparent. Add pork chops and sausage. ... is absorbed by rice and rice is tender. Cover and let sit 15 minutes before serving.
Salt and pepper pork ribs. Place in ... Cover and cook slowly over low flame until done. Add chopped onion tops and parsley about 15 minutes before serving.
Over medium heat ... brown off the pork, then remove ... least 1 hour. Then check rice for doneness. Stir, cover and let steam another 15 to 20 minutes.
Use a heavy ... pot to brown pork in oil on ... 15 minutes longer or until rice is done. Note: Ask your butcher for pork cuts appropriate for jambalaya.
Brown pork chops well. Add onions, saute; add mushrooms and liquid. Add bell pepper. When chops are tender, add rice. Let cook.
This recipe was ... the myriad of jambalaya recipes I have ... until crisp and/or pork sides till almost ... stirring well after 10 minutes. 12 to 15 servings.
Select a thick black iron pot. Put in enough oil to cover the bottom. Heat until hot. Season ribs and brown in hot oil. Take ribs out. Stir in sugar ...
Result Page: 1
top of page