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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 ...
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.
Cook mostaccioli according to package directions. During last 5 minutes, add broccoli and cauliflower. Drain and reserve. Spray a large skillet with ...
1. In 12" ... cook sausages and pork chops, in batches, ... potatoes ar tender. Coarsely crumble bacon into skillet; sprinkle with parsley. Makes 6 servings.
Cover both sides ... sauce, and liquid smoke; rub seasonings ... follow directions about keeping meat TIGHTLY covered during the long baking at 250 degrees.
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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