|The Eclectic Gourmet Guide to Los Angeles|
|by Collen Dunn Bates|
The creators of the popular, no-holds-barred Unofficial Guides now take locals and travelers out on the town with The Eclectic Gourmet, their new ...
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In large bowl, ... and ginger; add pork. Cover and ... to a boil, then simmer covered 10 minutes or until noodles are tender. Makes about 4 dish servings.
About 1 hour ... are tender-crisp. Add pork mixture; cook, stirring, ... Return linguine to saucepot; add pork mixutre; toss to mix well. Serving size: 4
Cook linguine; rinse in cold water, drain. Cook pork in skillet, let ... in casserole dish and bake at 350 degrees for 1/2 hour covered. 6 to 8 servings.
Cook noodles; drain and set aside. Thinly slice pork into bite size ... mixture. Toss lightly 3-4 minutes or until noodles are heated through. Serves 4-6.
In a small ... Cut the roast pork into small strips. ... sauce and oyster sauce, mix well; then put the scallions in and serve hot. Serves about 4-6 persons.
In a medium ... 30 seconds). Add pork and onions; stir ... such as fresh mushrooms and pea pods can be added. Is also good with chicken instead of pork.
In large bowl, ... and ginger; add pork. Cover and ... cook noodles according to package directions. Toss pork mixture with noodles. Makes about 4 servings.
Cut pork into thin strips. ... just to heat. Drain. Put back in pot, add noodle servings. Serve meat and vegetables over noodles. (You can serve over rice.)
1. Mix marinade ... hot. Stir fry pork until done. Remove. ... hot. Can be done in electric skillet or wok. You could also add straw mushrooms or snow peas.
Marinate in: (1 ... oz. linguini or lo mein noodles In wok ... dente". Place in large bowl. Top with chicken and vegetables. Toss lightly. Serve immediately.
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