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American in Mongolia


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Recipe Reviews 4 reviews
Holiday Chicken Salad
Okay, this is a great recipe. Only one thing to try if you have extra time: saute a couple spoonfuls of sugar in a teflon pan with chopped pecans and/or raw sunflower seeds and you have sugared nuts to throw in the salad. Do this with whatever portion you will eat the same day, as the nuts get a little soft after a few hours. When sugaring nuts (no fat is needed), be sure to watch the pan closely...stirring often, and keeping the heat at a med to med high...but not high. The sugar and nuts can burn quickly, so stir constantly after the sugar has liquified.

10 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jun. 3, 2011
Brazilian Fish Stew
I almost deleted this from my inbox, and then thought I'd quickly read the reviews. Wow...now I must try this. Everyone except one review has been positive. I have access to all of these ingredients in Mongolia. However, fish is usually frozen and expensive since we are landlocked. So, I'm going to try it with chicken or beef. Other meats easy to purchase here: horse, camel, and goat. Anyone have any great recipes for these?!

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Oct. 18, 2010
Minnesota Golf Course Chili
This is yummy! I made with stew meat instead of ground beef, and that was a nice change. I also made my kidney beans from dried instead of using the canned (because I had dried on hand). I used 1 T. brown sugar instead of white sugar, and added some cumin.

4 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Sep. 18, 2010
 
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