Jamaican ribs or chicken

Ingredients

2 lb country-style pork ribs or 1 cut-up chicken
3/4 cup chopped onion
4 large cloves garlic, minced
hot peppers to taste
2 tbsp allspice
1 tbsp ginger

2 tbsp salad oil
1 tsp ground nutmeg
1 tsp salt
12 bay leaves, soaked in hot water about 1 hr

How to prepare

1. Combine everything except the bay leaves and the meat in a large zip-lock plastic bag. 2. Add meat and thoroughly mix. 3. Let marinate in fridge at least 2 hrs, preferably until next day. 4. Fire up the barbi. Remove meat from bag with as much marinade as possible still clinging to it. Place half of the bay leaves on the meat. Dump the remaining marinade or use as insect repellent. Cook very slowly over medium coals, turning often. If your grill has a vented hood, close it and shut the vent half way down. Do not let the meat burn. Cover and cook about 1/2 hr. Check coals to make sure they do not go out. 5. After 1/2 hr, remove bay leaves, turn meat, place remaining bay leaves on meat and cook until done (about 1/2 to 3/4 hr more, or more depending on heat)

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Chinese Orange Chicken Recipe

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This delicious dish combines battered chicken in an amazing orange citrus sauce.

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Chinese Orange Chicken Recipe

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Golden mushroom chicken thighs

Ingredients

6 chicken thighs
1 can golden mushroom soup

How to prepare

Pull the skin off the thighs. Rinse in cold water. Put in crockpot. Pour in one can of golden mushroom soup and 1 can water. Cook on high at least 4 hours or until chicken falls off bones. Remove bones. Yield: 3 servings

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Italian Bread 1

Ingredients

2/3 C Water
3/4 Tsp Salt
2/3 Tsp Sugar
2 C Bread Flour
1 1/2 Tsp Active Dry Yeast

How to prepare

You didn’t mention the size of your breadmaker, so I’m going to figure
it’s the 1lb loaf (I have a panasonic). Anyway, I’ve used this recipe
at least a dozen times and I’ve never had a failure. I USE ONLY
PILSBURY BREAD FLOUR . . . and it has nothing to do with the fact my
father and brother work for the company. Here goes:

allways put water in first and then add the dry ingredients with the
yeast on top. I use the NORMAL setting (3.5 hours) on mine

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Plantation pork chops

Ingredients

4 double cut pork chop-with pocket
2 cup cornbread stuffing mix
2 tbsp butter, melted
1/4 tsp salt
1/2 cup orange juice
1 tbsp pecans, finely chopped
salt & pepper

1/4 cup karo, light
1/2 tsp orange rind, grated

How to prepare

Combine stuffing mix, butter, salt, orange juice and pecans. Fill pockets of chops with stuffing mix. Sprinkle with salt and pepper, put on metal rack on bottom of crockpot, brush with corn syrup, sprinkle with orange rind. Cover, cook on low 6 to 8 hours. Uncover, brush with additional corn syrup and orange rind, or use sauce from bottom of pan, cover and cook on high 15 to 20 minutes. Yield: 4 servings

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Twice-cooked pork – Chinese Recipes – UKTV Food

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Rhodes cooking a Chinese sweet and spicy pork recipe from the Sichuan region of China. Gary Rhodes’ “Rhodes Across China” on UKTV Food.

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Asparagus Stir-fried Chicken/芦笋炒雞肉/Chinese Food, Cooking and Recipes

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Serve this dish along with some rice and you have a complete Asparagus Stir-fried Chicken meal in 20 minutes. Recipe found at: www.cookwithkelly.com

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Thai Food Cooking Tutorial: Khanom Jeen (Fish Curry with Rice Vermicelli)

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Cook to your request! 🙂 Khun Thida, thank you for your suggest to make this Khanom Jeen recipe. This one is quite different from what I have in the south of Thailand but you will usually see it in central Thailand and the north east. The color I have for this curry is not as red as I thought it would be, because I skip the regular size of chilies and use just the big one instead.

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Thai Food Cooking Tutorial: Khanom Jeen (Fish Curry with Rice Vermicelli)

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