Makes about 4 cups (recipe can easily be doubled). I found this recipe at http://cookingwithamy.blogspot.com/2007/09/pear-pecorino-potato-soup-recipe.html. I have used canned pears (15.25 oz) in their own juice. Once, I used the juice in place of some of the water and it threw off the balance. This recipe perfectly balances the savory cheese/milk and sweet pear as is.
I'm in place where neither lime nor cilantro is easy to find, but I have a lot of recipes that require salsa. So, I've finally got a salsa recipe for myself with these restrictions that I really love and want to share with you all :)
From Epicurean.com, this recipe tastes quite authentic! I used a high grade marbleized flank steak (Japanese style) and coarse white miso with cooking sake and did not need to add water to make it cover my steak. The recipe suggests using a minute or flank steak. This may make a great dipping sauce for shabu shabu or yaki niku too!
This is really quite good. I fooled my entire family. They swore it was meat. I browned them really well. I'm not a vegetarian, but continue to make it. I use walnuts, rice, miso, and soy sauce as the combination among the choices. I have also put in teriyaki and it was great. Sorry about the nutrition information not working with all of the choices! Enjoy :)
This recipe is from www.seafood.allrecipes.com and was posted by snoochums95. It is by far my favorite recipe I have found online and integrated into my "easy and regularly cooked recipes" and I wanted it on my favorite recipe site!
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