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Canned fried onions as breading

I love those silly onion things and now you're talking mixing them with panko which are just great for breading light things like fish. So here's what I did. I added a little heat to my breading mix 1/2 onions, 1/2 panko using some of my own spice mix with cayenne and red pepper flakes on some halibut. Really good coating, nice onion flavor and not too spicy. Halibut is great for something like this because it stood up to the onion flavor well. Salmon seems like it would work too.

Feb 13, 2009
saucegoddess in Home Cooking

Help with CHOW

Ok I'll try it thanks

Dec 31, 2008
saucegoddess in Site Talk

Help with CHOW

I am getting the recipe the first time but then when I go to see who posted it and go back all i get is a blank page and I can't get back to the recipe even if I restart my browser. Please advise.

Dec 31, 2008
saucegoddess in Site Talk

Linguine with Clams and Chorizo

this sounds great, you are right ijhhot mexican chorizo is fresh but not ready to eat-good call. I think some sherry would be good in this in place of vodka. I will be trying it soon.

Dec 30, 2008
saucegoddess in Recipes

The Day After

The turkey shepards pie sounds good. The turkey sandwich sounds wonderful too, but what's not to like about anything with bacon. The curry touch sounds good. What I like to do with my leftover turkey (or chicken) when I get tired of eating it with dressing... I make BBQed Turkey and Gorgonzola sandwiches and now that I thick about it you could add some bacon to this. It would be awesome.

Dice up 2-3 cups of turkey (breast meat is great because it's likely to be dry day 2).
Place turkey in a saucepan.
Add 1 cup of Sauce Goddess Sweet & Spicy BBQ Grill Glaze and stir (so don't kill me-it's my sauce company but it's awesome for this recipe).
Warm for 10 minutes. Let sit for 30 minutes, then warm up again. This let's the flavors combine better without the sauce cooking an thickening too much.
The Gorgonzola spread is just warm Gorgonzola or blue chesse crumbes mixed with butter until combined and smooth.
Spread the cheese mixture on a toasted roll. Pour plenty of Sweet & Spicy BBQed turkey on and enjoy!

Nov 03, 2008
saucegoddess in Features