Light and flavorful, this vinaigrette in another favorite of ours. We visited the CIA in Greystone a few years back and they used it to dress greens and served them in a parmesan bowl like the one in recipe #100637. What a wonderful combination!
My brother is a deep-sea fisherman, whenever he gets the chance and brings home hundreds of pounds of Tuna! This is our absolute favorite way to fix this delicacy! I make the sauce way ahead of fishing season and store in the freezer. Even the kids give it two thumbs up! A fancy way to entertain guests and make it seem like you slaved all day. Give thanks to Beulah's in Port Aransas, Texas for this winner!
I like using balsamic vinegar in my cooking, and this recipe is no exception: You can substitute chicken breasts, but I'd advise against it -- The thighs are higher in fat, but taste much better. Note: Very good over cooked rice.
(These three salsas come from "The Great Salsa Book" by Mark Miller, Mark Kiffin & John Harrisson; this is a great collection of salsas . Since I love garlic, I love to fix up a batch of the Salsa Romana to enjoy with tortilla chips instead of boring old Mexican-style salsa.)
Balsamic Berry Salsa
This dish a winner! Simple, easy to make and it has great presentation. I've made this 3 times so far and it's never failed. The hens cook perfectly and the taste is wonderful. #69724 makes a perfect side dish for this entree. The recipe comes from the Aug '03 issue of Gourmet. This is a great meal for entertaining! I served it for 10 this weekend and everyone loved it.
My MIL was comming over for dinner and I came up with this recipe. I actually made two pork tenderloins, one marinaded in this, and another store bought tenderloin that was marinading in the package. This turned out far better! Cook time is an estimate.
Got this recipe from a "Desserts of Italy" class. This dessert couldn't be easier. The class thought it sounded wierd, pears and balsamic vinegar. However, it was great and made a wonderful dessert since it wasn't too sweet.