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    This recipe is from the "Canning" group on Facebook.

    Recipe #471800

    1 Reviews |  By Neeney

    This recipe is unbelievable! You'll never buy bottled steak sauce again. It's perfect...whether you want a sauce to dip your steak in, or a marinade for your steak. This recipe is all over the internet, but not on RecipeZaar...Marla, you're a star on RecipeZaar now! Per Marla: This marinade will produce the most incredible grilled steak you have ever had in your life. It makes 2 quarts, but it lasts forever in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #344723

    27 Reviews |  By Neeney

    Per the internet site where the recipe was posted, this recipe is from Chef Andrea Apuzzo of Andrea's Restaurant in New Orleans. My sweet hubby gave me a Kitchenaid Mixer for Christmas, and I recently bought the Pasta Roller & Cutter attachments for it. I have tried many, MANY homemade pasta recipes and FINALLY found one that was PERFECT! I made it last night for the first time and it made 1.5 pounds of pasta (commercially packaged pasta is normally 1 pound). I cut it really thin for spaghetti, and I'm going to use it for everything now. Can't wait to try making homemade ravioli, using this recipe. Prep time includes "rest" period for dough & 10 minutes of drying time. Cooking time includes 10 minutes to bring water to a boil.

    Recipe #288125


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