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Originally from southeastern China, char siu barbecue is now a favorite all over Asia. The name translates as "fork-roasted," and describes the method of hanging strips of marinated meat on forked skewers and roasting them in an oven or over an open fire.
Searing these beautiful steaks in a hot pan and roasting them in an oven ensures a delicious crust and a juicy interior. Don’t be shy with the salt and pepper. Two key things to ensure steakhouse-quality steak: the first is to bring the beef to room temperature before cooking. This will provide you with more even cooking for the steak. Secondly, let the meat rest so the juices can redistribute in the beef.
Zucchini Rolls. Thinly slice zucchini then grill until soft. Lay three strips next to each other and spread with a pine nut pesto and ricotta mixture. Place a mound of cooked ground sausage at one end and roll up. Put seam side down in a deep baking dish. Top with Fabio's marinara (with parsley!) and mozzarella cheese. Cover with foil and bake for 30 minutes at 350. Remove foil and continue baking until cheese is gold and bubbly. -Jennifer Railsback
Chicken 65 Recipe - How to Make Chicken 65 at Home. I had some curd gone sour and boneless chicken. Tried this to go with egg macaroni. The taste balanced perfectly, with spicy +sour chicken and bland macaroni.