This recipe is well known to Portuguese families. Linguica is a spicy Portuguese sausage and can be found in specialty markets, some chain markets or online at such places as Gaspars.com.
TIP: I like to add 1 large can of crushed tomatoes with puree instead of the tomato sauce. This makes it more like a stew and thicker.
The spices make this version of the Lebanese salad special--and it's important to use good olive oil and lots of fresh lemon juice. Prep time does not include overnight soaking of the bulgur and herb mixture.
This makes a nice, tangy chutney! If you have sorrel in your garden, give it a try! This would be absolutely excellent on fish, or pork, or in sandwiches. Great for when you have an over-abundance of sorrel in your garden. :)
Farm -raised snails are a burgeoning industry in New South Wales, and this is one way they are served at Lolli Redini, Simonn Hawke's restaurant in Orange. You can buy the fresh pasta--though it's quite simple to make--and cut considerable time off prep. You can also substitute fresh baby spinach for the sorrel, which is hard to find outside of farmers' markets.
Another cream of sorrel soup to add to the Zaar database. This is from 12 Months of Monastery Soups; a cookbook my mother in law gave me about two years ago for Chrismtas. Use the freshest, most tender sorrel you can find. If the sorrel is too old, it will make the soup bitter.
A creamy tangy Spring and Fall soup. Adapted from "Herbs" how to grow and use them, "Woman's Day Encyclopedia of Cookery", and "Gastronmique". To make this for my Vegetarian friends, I use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth.
The tangy tartness of sorrel is nicely balanced with the cream to make a refreshing soup served cold for those hot days of summer but just as good served hot.
Great to put into a thermos for a summer picnic.
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