|New Orleans-Style Cooking|
|by Kate Cranshaw|
A variety of flavorful, entertaining dishes makes up a taste-tempting selection representing the best in regional New Orleans cuisine, featuring t...
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Place the pork loin in a glass ... pork with the marinade and refrigerate overnight. ... temperature, sliced thin and accompanied by chutney or mustard.
Combine all marinade items and mix ... skewers. The key to this dish is in the marinade. Make it according to directions. Use whatever vegetables you like.
To make marinade, mix together ... Spoon the marinade with scallions onto the chops when you turn them so that scallions become brown and crispy. Serves 4.
Clean and cut pork loin in 1-inch cubes. Prepare marinade by combining vinegar, ... thickens to preferred consistency, adding a little water if necessary.
Combine marinade ingredients together well; ... grill over medium-hot coals 7-8 minutes per side, turning once. You may use chops with bone also. Serves 4.
Cut the meat up into small square pieces. Place in sauce overnight. Canned onion, potato, cherry tomatoes and mushrooms and green peppers. Place each ...
Start preparation one day in advance. Butterfly the pork loin, splitting lengthwise ... mix together the marinade ingredients. Add the ... good at room temperature.
Soak 2-3 hours or overnight. Mix well. Add additional cornstarch if necessary to achieve a stiff batter. Drain meat well and combine with batter. ...
Combine chops with marinade ingredients in plastic ... heat in covered grill about 10 to 12 minutes, turning once to brown both sides. Makes 6 servings.
Marinate meat overnight in marinade. Bake at 450 degrees for 25 minutes each side. Slice thin.
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