Found posted on allrecipes.com by Christina J. I've been told this is the closest copycat recipe for Primanti Bro's cole slaw. Fingers crossed. I plan on making it today for a BBQ. Cooking time includes minimum refrigeration time. It was recommended that slaw be refrigerated overnight and served with a slotted spoon to drain excess dressing.
Very inexpensive meal and also healthy! As a side note: do not salt dried beans until they are cooked, as the salt slows down the softening process. On another note, so-called "cooking" wines or sherries contain lots of added salt you can avoid this by using a drinkable sherry in this recipe.
Picanha is made from the tri-tip (also known as rump-cap or rump cover) and is considered the best cut of beef available in many South American countries.You can find tri-tip at many butchers or you can pre-order a custom cut.
If you go to a Brazilian churrascaria (or steak house) like Boi na Braza, Fogo de Chao, or Texas de Brazil, you will find picanha in abundance.
This recipe is from http://honestcooking.com/2012/01/20/picanha-101-brazilian-barbecue-meat/
Not sure that this is actually Caribbean chicken, but that's what it was called when I received the recipe. It's very good and fairly healthy. I am adding it so that I don't forget it. I hope that you enjoy.
Found this one on Cooking Light's website and am excited to try it as the weather changes. Serving size: 1 cup curry and 2 tablespoons yogurt
Noted in recipe: Wine match: Viognier. Tangent 2008 Paragon Vineyard Viognier (Edna Valley, CA; $17) is your must-try wine here, with notes of gardenia, peach, and apricot. It is full-bodied enough to meet the chickpeas halfway but crisp enough to hold up to the tangy tomatoes and yogurt. --Sara Schneider
This one comes from From EatingWell's January/February 2010 issue. Their advice: To cut down on prep time, look for presliced mushrooms. For meat lovers, brown some crumbled turkey sausage along with the onions and garlic.
Serve with: Steamed broccoli and whole-grain baguette.
Can't wait to try it this week!
This is a tasty recipe from Lifetime's Cook Yourself Thin, DH and I tried this for dinner last night and really enjoyed it. Only changes I plan for the next time is to leave the greens on the side as it made things messy and maybe to use about half the parsley. 1 serving is 2 melts. I hope you enjoy!