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Recipe Reviews 6 reviews
Modenese Pork Chops
I needed something with a little extra flavor for some loin chops and this sure did the trick! Like everyone else, I made a few changes to suit my pantry and our needs. Instead of butter and garlic I sauteed shallots in a bit of canola and then cooked the pork chops in that pan. I added shredded fresh rosemary instead of dried and simmered for only 8 minutes and then finished in an oven for extra tenderness while the rest of the dinner was finishing in the oven. The reduced sauce with shallots was wonderful and very flavorful.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 4, 2013
Lamb Chops with Balsamic Reduction
This was absolutely incredible and earned me delighted smiles from the family. I served over a parsnip puree (roast then puree, not boil). I did make the following changes. Quadrupled herbs to give a tight crust on five small chops from very young lambs. I used green onion because the market was out of shallots and it worked beautifully. I would have doubled the recipe for the reduction had I known how tasty it would be over the puree (divine). I also finished the chops in the oven for a few minutes to set them. Serves well with roasted brussel sprouts and candied carrots with a full bodied red. Thank you for the recipe!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 5, 2013
Soy Ginger Salmon
Agree with Frank P. No need to broil this. The marinade is delish but try this faster way. Marinate for just 15 mins or so. Pan fry the salmon, skin side down for 3-5 minutes in olive oil. Then the other side for 2 minutes while removing the skin. Once done, pop the marinade in there and sizzle for few seconds. Add some corn starch and make a fabulous sauce. Drizzle over the fish and voila!

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Reviewed On: Dec. 12, 2010
 
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