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    NorthwestGal
    Wed Aug 01, 2012 7:05 pm
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    Elmotoo wrote:


    For Chefs Gone Wild, I made & reviewed:

    Spicy Orange Paprika Grilled Chicken #410288 by bigbadbrenda
    Jagacita - Jag - Portugal #482410 by Baby Kato
    Sweet Rice Pudding - Arroz Doce - Portugal #482412 by Baby Kato
    Chickpea and Spinach Stew #318939 by January Bride
    Tomato Salad Murcia-Style - Ajotomate Murciano #483370 by Mikekey

    Almendras Saladas (Salted Almonds - Tapas) #321728 by JB
    Fried Herbed Almonds #483738 by Alligirl

    Torrijas Saladas Con Ajo (Garlic "french" Toast) #483300 by Jostlori

    xo Bethie


    You've done a lot of cooking, Bethie. But what a great line-up of yummy Spanish dishes.
    NorthwestGal
    Wed Aug 01, 2012 7:07 pm
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    Susie D wrote:


    For Spain:
    icon_arrow.gif Cauliflower With Garlic and Paprika #483684 by PanNan
    icon_arrow.gif Tomatoe Rice #483256 by Bonnie #2
    icon_arrow.gif Antipasto Skewers #389574 by katew


    Those all sound delicious, SusieD. Yum!
    NorthwestGal
    Wed Aug 01, 2012 7:11 pm
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    Baby Kato wrote:


    We enjoyed our last meal from Spain tonight, it was awesome, kept the best for last.

    Spanish Garlic Lemon Chicken (Pollo Con Ajo Y Limon) 482844 by diner524



    What a yummy looking photo, Baby Kato. I hope you enjoyed Spain!
    NorthwestGal
    Wed Aug 01, 2012 7:13 pm
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    FloridaNative wrote:


    Hi...for the honeys wave.gif I've completed my last 2 recipes for SPAIN / PORTUGAL:

    Core Spanish Omelette #227452 by Dreamer in Ontario ...it came out a little flat but it was yummy.gif




    Spinach Salad With Chorizo and Apples #393630 by Boomette ...great combo of flavors and textures !! also yummy.gif



    That's it for Round #1 !!

    FN icon_biggrin.gif


    But Round #2 is in full swing. I hope you enjoyed Spain though.
    NorthwestGal
    Wed Aug 01, 2012 7:15 pm
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    Starrynews wrote:


    Have made and enjoyed

    Lemon Beer - Clara or Shandy #483325 by diner524
    Arroz con Pollo (Baked Chicken and Rice) #60320 by PanNan
    Chorizo, Egg and; Cheese Wraps #94626 by Rita~





    All those sound so delicious. I hope you enjoyed Spain during Round #1.
    NorthwestGal
    Wed Aug 01, 2012 7:17 pm
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    Buzymomof3 wrote:



    Sneaking in under the wire. I made and reviewd the Do-It-Yourself Oven Sun-Dried Tomatoes
    #384151 by katew, but almost forgot to report it! Will be making these again as I have tomatoes coming out of the garden still.

    Thanks!


    But you definitely made it under the wire, Buzymomof3.
    NorthwestGal
    Wed Aug 01, 2012 7:19 pm
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    momaphet wrote:


    Merp'd and enjoyed:

    momaphet Grilled Mussels With Red Wine and Chorizo #454387 By threeovens
    momaphet Spanish Burgers With Romesco and Manchego Cheese #305424 By Lainey6605
    momaphet Spanish Tortillitas De Camarones (Shrimp Cakes) #228456 by annacia





    Those mussels look so good, momaphet. Yum.
    NorthwestGal
    Wed Aug 01, 2012 7:22 pm
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    Muffin Goddess wrote:


    Here are all my completions for Spain/Portugal:

    Warm Manchego Cheese Popovers #371154 by alligirl
    Persimmon Bars #169517 by sofie-a-toast
    Jennifer's Cobbler #482425 by FLKeysJen
    Sunset Orzo With Spanish Shrimp #363237 by Boomette
    Spiced Spanish Almonds #371085 by FloridaNative







    sorry if any of these were already posted here, I just can't remember for sure and want to cover my bases icon_redface.gif

    icon_biggrin.gif


    This is a lot of cooking, Muffin Goddess. I hope you enjoyed Spain.
    Sharon123
    Thu Aug 02, 2012 2:48 pm
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    Reporting I have made for Spain for the Herbaceous Curvaceous Honeys:

    Spiced Spanish Almonds #371085by Florida Native
    Molho Cru (Portuguese Sauce for Fried Fish) #483270by Studentchef
    Slow-Roasted Spanish Olives With Oranges and Almonds #371144 by Life is Good
    Onion, Olive and Orange Salad #367498by Leslie
    NorthwestGal
    Fri Aug 03, 2012 4:03 pm
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    Sharon123 wrote:
    Reporting I have made for Spain for the Herbaceous Curvaceous Honeys:

    Spiced Spanish Almonds #371085by Florida Native
    Molho Cru (Portuguese Sauce for Fried Fish) #483270by Studentchef
    Slow-Roasted Spanish Olives With Oranges and Almonds #371144 by Life is Good
    Onion, Olive and Orange Salad #367498by Leslie


    They all sound delicious, Sharon. But the deadline for Spain/Portugal was 11:59pm July 31.
    l.debir_12300501
    Wed Nov 07, 2012 9:02 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Proud to be portuguese, and would like to share my simple recipe for flan.

    Oven to 375 deg.
    About six tbs. sugar into a solid tube pan. Over the fire until it gets brown and soft. Move the pan around with your hands to get it around the edges about 4 inches up. Please remember to use your oven gloves while doing this. Put the pan into the fridge to cool until it starts to make crackling noises.
    (I usually do this part long before I'm ready to make the flan because this is the only pain in the neck part of this dish.)

    While you're doing the next step, fill up a teapot with water and heat to a boil.

    Mix 6 jumbo eggs, two cans of sweetened condensed milk, two cans full of whole milk, and at least two tbs. of vanilla with an electric mixer. Pour into the tube pan and cover with foil.
    Fill a large roasting pan with the hot water, and place the tube pan in the middle, and into the oven for 40 minutes, no longer.
    Remove pan from the water, cool for 5 mnutes or so, then place in the fridge.
    I usually make this in the evening and leave in the fridge overnight. Make sure you have a wide enough serving dish because you are going to invert the flan onto it.
    I hope you enjoy.
    duonyte
    Wed Nov 07, 2012 11:00 am
    Forum Host
    l.debir_12300501 wrote:
    Proud to be portuguese, and would like to share my simple recipe for flan.

    Oven to 375 deg.
    About six tbs. sugar into a solid tube pan. Over the fire until it gets brown and soft. Move the pan around with your hands to get it around the edges about 4 inches up. Please remember to use your oven gloves while doing this. Put the pan into the fridge to cool until it starts to make crackling noises.
    (I usually do this part long before I'm ready to make the flan because this is the only pain in the neck part of this dish.)

    While you're doing the next step, fill up a teapot with water and heat to a boil.

    Mix 6 jumbo eggs, two cans of sweetened condensed milk, two cans full of whole milk, and at least two tbs. of vanilla with an electric mixer. Pour into the tube pan and cover with foil.
    Fill a large roasting pan with the hot water, and place the tube pan in the middle, and into the oven for 40 minutes, no longer.
    Remove pan from the water, cool for 5 mnutes or so, then place in the fridge.
    I usually make this in the evening and leave in the fridge overnight. Make sure you have a wide enough serving dish because you are going to invert the flan onto it.
    I hope you enjoy.


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