|Cooking with Chia|
|by Gloria Hoover|
Forgotten staple food of the Azetecs is rediscovered. Learn how to add chia to your everyday foods in a simple and easy fashion.
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Place meat in shallow roasting pan; sprinkle with pepper; add onion. Pour hot water over meat. Roast in a hot oven (400 degrees) 30 minutes. Pour ...
Blend all ingredients until smooth. Marinate pork loin in 1/2 of ... temperature of 155 degrees). Smoke with hickory chips. ... with reserved 1/2 marinade.
Brown the sausage and pork in oil in ... absorbed and rice is cooked. Add salt and cayenne to taste. Add shrimp and cook until they turn pink (about 5 minutes).
Remove bone from chops by running a sharp knife around the bone to release the flesh. combine stuffing ingredients in a bowl and mix well. Placing ...
Cover both sides ... sauce, and liquid smoke; rub seasonings ... follow directions about keeping meat TIGHTLY covered during the long baking at 250 degrees.
1. In 12" ... cook sausages and pork chops, in batches, ... potatoes ar tender. Coarsely crumble bacon into skillet; sprinkle with parsley. Makes 6 servings.
Cook mostaccioli according to package directions. During last 5 minutes, add broccoli and cauliflower. Drain and reserve. Spray a large skillet with ...
Core, seed, and ... middle of the loin of pork, taking care ... serve. Chop cherries in blender; add barbecue sauce, honey, and spices. Puree; brush on meat.
Start 18-24 hours ... Stir in liquid smoke. Add bouillon ... 350 degrees. Baste pork on all sides. ... with basting sauce, thinned with water, if desired.
Brown sausage and pork in a large ... minutes. If you are going to refrigerate the jambalaya, omit the shrimp and add them during reheating before serving.
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