|by Julia Hill|
Culinary math applies basic math concepts (such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) to measuring, costing, and sizing.
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No specific ingredient ... of it because pork takes more time ... is finished. Serve the ribs with the sauce in a separate bowl. Bon Appetit!! -Venezuela
Bring to boil; reduce heat. In baking pan, refrigerate 2 hours, pour over pork chops.
Put all ingredients ... well, add any pork (loin, ribs or ... used. Let sit overnight. I have used this both in the oven as well as the grill. Its great!!!!
Mix all together ... bag. Add any pork and marinade for at least 4 hours. This makes the most moist and tender grilled pork tenderloin you have ever tasted.
Combine all ingredients ... pounds of chicken, pork or steak and ... massage and rotate the meat inside the bag so each piece of meat gets the marinade.
Mix together ingredients. Marinate pork chops for a couple of hours or more.
Mix marinade. Pour over pork chops. Refrigerate overnight. Grill or broil.
Marinate meat 1/2 hour each side and grill or bake or broil.
Crush garlic and ... ingredients. Rub into pork and let stand 2 hours, or rub into chicken and let stand overnight. All ingredients can be found at grocer.
Place the pork loin in a ... occasionally with the marinade. The pork may be served warm or at room temperature, sliced thin and accompanied by chutney or mustard.
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