You'll have extra marinade, but it keeps well, refrigerated, and can be used for baby back ribs or chicken. Look for hoisin sauce and black bean paste with chilies at Asian grocery stores if you can't find them in a supermarket.
* Note: The prep time does not include the three-hour to overnight marinate time.
Serve with braised red cabbage and mashed potatoes.
This is the dressing used on Wolfgang Puck's Chinois Chicken Salad. He suggests also adding 1 egg yolk to the dressing; if doing so be sure to use pasteurized eggs, or just leave it out as I've done here.
Source: Lidia's Italian American Kitchen
In this dish, high heat and speed are essential. Make sure the pan is good and hot when you add the shrimp and that it is wide enough to hold all the shrimp pieces in a single layer (so the pan doesn't cool down as the shrimp go in). And be sure to have all your ingredients right by the stove-once the shrimp go into the pan, it's "full speed ahead."
This is great on burgers or paninis, especially ham and cheese. Also use on top of grilled chicken. It looks best with the onion cut lengthwise into 1/4 inch wedges, rather than rings. It will keep in fridge for up to 2 weeks.
Source: Casserole Crazy by Emily Farris
The original recipe called for only two cans of soup, I added an extra one because it seemed a bit dry to me. I also like to use ID #278160 instead of the canned soup, it makes for a much fresher taste.