This is a dish that is served throughout Panama. It is heavily spiced and garlicky. Serve with rice and avocado. Recipe does not include four hours marinating time.
This dish goes well with sautéed spinach and potatoes.
What could be better? Cheesy pork chops and French fri…er…skinny fries? These fries are cooked in the oven rather than deep fried.
This is a very pretty tart that can be served as a brunch or lunch item.
The juices can be made into a gravy. Additional sloe gin can be used to make the gravy.
Mixed spice is used throughout the British Isles and is similar to what is referred to in the United States as Pumpkin Pie Spice, the predominant flavor being cinnamon. Here is a typical blend.
In the United States, when we think of a vinaigrette, we think of a salad dressing. In this recipe the vinaigrette is more like a leek salad – no lettuce!