|Japanese Cooking for the American Table|
|by Susan Fuller Slack|
For today's busy lifestyle, Susan Fuller Slack offers the complete guide to preparing classic Japanese cuisine with American and Japanese cooking ...
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Cooks Note: Although ... all ingredients except sausage. Home made ... adding salt, pepper, garlic powder and onion powder, or cayenne pepper, if desired.
Saute until the sausage is almost done. ... rice. Let simmer until all the water is gone. Can also be made with chicken or shrimp instead of the sausage.
Remove skin from chourico and cut into small pieces. Chop onion, cut green peppers into strips, add tomato sauce and paste. Mix well. Bake at 375 ...
Bring 3 cups ... large saucepan. Pierce sausage several times and ... be made 1 day ahead. Cover and chill. Rewarm over medium heat, stirring frequently.)
Soak beans overnight. ... smoke, Worcestershire sauce, Portuguese sausage, tomatoes, tomato ... and pepper to taste. Refrigerate and serve 2 days later.
Peel and cut ... salt, meat and Portuguese sausage to the pot ... the bottom of the pan. Simmer and keep covered until potatoes and macaroni are cooked.
Slice cabbage into ... beans, tomato paste, sausage, garlic, pepper ... to make this Portuguese soup. He is Sicilian and Portuguese descent, born in Hawaii.
Combine all ingredients. Cook 3-4 hours.
Soak beans overnight. Drain, cover beans with water about 3 inches above beans. Add next 6 ingredients. Bring to a boil and simmer. When beans are ...
Put sausage, ham hock, ... cooking 1 1/2 hours, stirring occasionally. Stir in undrained beans and cook a few more minutes, adding more water if necessary.
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