This method is as effective as poaching eggs on the stove; but it is a good deal faster, and the cleanup is MUCH easier! I heard about this on "Food for Thought" on NPR last week (one of the hosts mentioned that she had read about this technique in the April issue of Bon Appetit Magazine). I decided to try it-- it works!
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[April 20, 2011 / Posted by Mary-Frances Heck]
Easy and delicious dressing. Salad-haters tell me that they will eat a whole bucket of salad as long as it has this dressing on it.
I have also brushed this dressing onto homemade pizza dough (in lieu of tomato sauce) when I make pizza at home.
Note: If you do not have any red wine vinegar you can substitute a tablespoon of red wine (any kind will do) with a splash of regular vinegar. (Not really a new idea; just an easy substitution!)
I learned how to make these from my boyfriend, who grew up in the Canal Zone in Panama. They are easy to make & taste great. We eat them as an appetizer or snack before dinner or w/ lunch. They are best hot out of the skillet, sprinkled w/ salt & dipped in ketchup (Maggi ketchup is best, if you can get it), like french fries.
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