Sometimes we all don't have tomato juice on hand when we need it. This is a simple easy fix with a can of tomato paste you have in your pantry. I find it taste better than most canned juices out there at a fraction of the cost.
Been wanting to start making my own and saving it here for safe keeping. I haven't tried this yet. Update: I have made this now after reading Wing Man's review. I have made it several times over the last year or so and it is great. I just never updated.
Just the way I like my escargot. Simple and yet elegant and great. Hint; I buy the snails from IGourmet. They sell a can that contains 72, enough for 12 servings @ a really good price and they are as good or better than the higher priced ones. Truly restaurant quality.
Tried this for a different way to serve Tilapia. Made it up from several different recipes I found online. It really turned out really yummy!!! The salty, spicy, sweet combination with the smoke infusion makes the fish really flavorful. Preparation time includes brine time. I took the advice of the review and cut the salt down from 1 cup to 1/2 cup. I agree, made it a better recipe, thanks for the advice.
I am not sure where I got this recipe from but it was not on here. I do have this name jotted down as the author of the recipe. Frank P. Melodia. I have made this several times over the past few years to go along with the Smoked Salmon and Crab Cakes several times and it is wonderful.