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Crispy Garlic Breadcrumb Chicken – No Fry, Not Dry, Must Try

Trying to convert a fried recipe into a baked one is usually a disappointing exercise in futility, but this crispy garlic breadcrumb chicken turned out to be a very enjoyable exception.  While not exactly the same as a pan-fried, breaded cutlet, if you want to eat tender, flavorful chicken with lots of crispy, crunchy bits, then this significantly less-messy method …

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Spanish Garlic Shrimp (Gambas al Ajillo) – Top of the Tapas

If you ever find yourself in a Spanish restaurant, and they don’t have some version of this garlic shrimp recipe on the menu, immediately get up from your table, and leave. This would be the equivalent of a French bistro that doesn’t serve steak frites. What about vegetarian Spanish restaurants and French bistros? That’s a trick question, since those aren’t …

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Sticky Garlic Pork Chops – What Do You Think, About Slightly Pink?

This sticky garlic pork chop recipe seems too good to be true. It only takes a few minutes of prep work, requires no tricky techniques, and doesn’t call for any hard-to-find ingredients.And for the last time, Asian fish sauce is not hard to find. It used to be, but it’s now carried in every major grocery store, and I consider …

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Pasta With Garlic, Tuna And Capers

This meal is super fast and creates little mess! It’s sure to impress your partner. Serves 43 tablespoons pine nuts, lightly toasted450 grams dry linguine1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil2 – 3 cloves garlic, minced 1/8 teaspoon red pepper flakes1 (170g) can chunk light tuna, drained2 tablespoons capers, drained Salt and pepper to tasteGrated Parmesan cheese Bring a big pot …

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For The Love of Garlic

There’s a twinkle in his seventy-year-old eyes. He’s madly chopping garlic on a large wooden countertop in the Rec Centre kitchen. He purposely turns his back to me whenever I walk past him. As I peer over his shoulder my suspicions are confirmed. “Horst,” I say, “what dish are you in charge of cooking today?” He is one of the …

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Garlic Butter Salmon in Parchment Packets

Here’s another great way to make salmon. These little salmon bundles are a nice presentation  for dinner. They make the most tender moist  salmon and then there’s the garlic butter. That’s should be enough to try them.  You can make just one for yourself, or make  two or twenty. Plus you can even prep them  ahead of time so they’re …

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One-Pan Brown Sugar Garlic Pork Loin with Vegetables

I love dinners that use just one sheetpan to roast everything in the oven.  The roasting juices from the porkenhance the flavor of the vegetables.  This was part of a large loin roast Ibought at Sam’s Club. I just cut it intothe size we need for the 2 of us and stillhave some left over for sandwichesthe next day. I …

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Cheesy Garlic Pull-Apart Rolls

It’s so easy to jazz up a regular can of biscuits and make them a special addition to any dinner. Toss a few ingredients together and bake.  Quarter the biscuits. Melt the butter in a large bowl in the microwave.  Toss the biscuits in the butter along with  garlic powder,  parsley, and cheese.  Using fresh parsley makes a difference.  When …

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Baked Lemon, Garlic, Butter Tilapia

Here’s another favorite tilapia recipe.  It’s fast, flavorful, and so easy. A good one to add to your recipe rotation.  Use real butter and fresh parsley. Fresh lemonsare best, but bottled will do. If you don’t have garlic cloves, just use lots  of garlic salt in place of the regular salt.  Add it all to the melted butter in the pan. …

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Quick Low-Carb Gammon Steak with Tender-Stem Broccoli, Garlic & Cream

I’m excited to share this recipe with you because it’s so quick and surprisingly delicious. It takes about eight minutes to cook from start to finish, and I eat it at least three times a week because I’m smitten by Woolies’ tender-stem broccoli, which has become one of the mainstays of my low-carb regime. Quick Low-Carb Gammon Steak with Tender-Stem …

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