Idoit40fans wrote:Letang Is The Truth wrote:i want to make something quick and easy and yummerz for dinner tonight. what should i make
Letang Is The Truth wrote:Idoit40fans wrote:Letang Is The Truth wrote:i want to make something quick and easy and yummerz for dinner tonight. what should i make
actually had it for lunch
mac5155 wrote:Someone hit me with a good chicken Marsala recipe
the wicked child wrote:That recipe looks not too far from the emeril one I referenced earlier though his involves seasoning the flour with essence and no sauteed garlic.
I cannot stress the importance of buying real marsala. That godawful "cooking" stuff sold in supermarkets is a crime against humanity.
Chefpatrick871 wrote:Yes it is, I made that mistake one time when I had no other options..... should of made something different lol
the wicked child wrote:Chefpatrick871 wrote:Yes it is, I made that mistake one time when I had no other options..... should of made something different lol
Yep. "Cooking" wines are so salty that it is disgusting. Remember the golden rule of cooking with alcohol kids: don't cook with something you wouldn't be willing to drink.
Chefpatrick871 wrote:Ok, in all seriousness. Try this......
Barillia Three Cheese Tortilini's
1 Jar Preggo or some sort of Tomato Sauce
1 pt heavy cream
1 T Butter
1 t minced garlic
1/4 c Parm Cheese
2 T Franks Red Hot Sauce
1. Boil off Tortilini, rinse under cold water, add small amount of oil to pasta to prevent sticking, set aside.
2. Melt butter with garlic, saute for 15-25 seconds, add hot sauce and mix with dash of salt and pepper.
3. Add in 1/2 cup tomato sauce, and about 1/2 the pt of cream (more of each depending on # of diners) mix well
4. Bring to just under a boil (careful not to scortch) add in your pasta, toss with parm to thicken sauce, enjoy!
Goes great with a good crusty italian bread, and should be able to be made for around 10$
If you like a more spicy sauce, add in some crushed red pepper flakes.
Idoit40fans wrote:Chefpatrick871 wrote:Idoit40fans wrote:Grilled Peanut Butter & Jelly
2 parts bread
equal parts pb&j
How did you get my recipe?
mac5155 wrote:I've always wondered what the difference between chicken stock and broth is.
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