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No Cook Tomato Sauce


no cook tomato sauce
    tomato sauce
  • sauce made with a puree of tomatoes (or strained tomatoes) with savory vegetables and other seasonings; can be used on pasta
  • A tomato sauce is any of a very large number of sauces made primarily from tomatoes, usually to be served as part of a dish (rather than as a condiment). Tomato sauces are common for meat and vegetables, but they are perhaps best known as sauces for pasta dishes.
  • Ketchup (or catsup, if you prefer). I'm not sure what Aussies call what Americans know as tomato sauce.
    cook
  • prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
  • English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)
  • Prepare (food, a dish, or a meal) by combining and heating the ingredients in various ways
  • Heat food and cause it to thicken and reduce in volume
  • someone who cooks food
  • (of food) Be heated so that the condition required for eating is reached

Chicken breast w mushrooms, tomatoes, sweet butternut squash w pecans
Chicken breast w mushrooms, tomatoes, sweet butternut squash w pecans
I enjoy cooking. A holiday season meal. Photo taken 01.31.07 (Post Addendum: This is my own recipe. Nothing from anywhere else.) Ingredients & Instructions INGREDIENTS: 2 butternut squash, halved 2- chicken breast, with skin - (I like bone-in, bones add more flavor! Can be removed after cooking, if desired.) mushrooms -(your choice, I used crimini) tomatoes - (may be canned) 2 onions, medium-large - (sautee) lettuce - (I like arugula, but romaine, Bibb, endive, watercress or spinach may be used. But for goodness sake, NO iceberg!) pecans, whole/halved - (to taste) brown sugar - (to taste) maple syrup - (to taste, NOT the fake stuff!) vanilla (NOT the fake stuff!) cinnamon - (to taste) mace - (to taste) nutmeg - (to taste) allspice - (to taste) cloves, ground - (to taste) salt pepper garlic, dried ground butter (NOT margarine!) olive oil (I like Spanish, extra virgin. Your choice.) sunflower seeds, shelled INSTRUCTIONS: For Butternut Squash: Wash & rinse exterior of squash. (Use soap & water, folks!) Cut crown (that's the part with the stem) - trash Have vertically Cut flat bottom on halves - keeps it from rolling around Place halved pieces on baking tray in oven @ 350-425°F, aprx 30-45 min, apply butter liberally to flesh. (Precise times may be variable - this stuff is hard as a rock!) Test with fork for doneness - flesh should be smooth and easy to penetrate. (Ooohhh... Almost sounds erotic, eh?) Scoop out cooked flesh & place in sauce pan on low-medium heat. Add spices, sweeteners & flavoring. Mash/mush together. Melt butter in empty shells in warm oven, and sprinkle cinnamon for flavor & decoration. Replace mushed mix in empty shells. Place pecans decoratively. For Chicken: (I most often cook in well-seasoned iron.) Place breasts skin-side down, in well-oiled skilled, (add water, if desired, to prevent scorching), on medium-medium high heat. Cover. Wait. Near end of cooking, add pepper (I use freshly ground) and ground garlic to taste. (Cooking with skin on and bone-in adds flavor and maintains tender flesh.) Remove skin, may remove bone. For veggies: Peel & long-slice onion - vertical or concentric, it doesn't matter. Saute in olive oil until slightly past translucent - they should become slightly golden-hued. In separate pan (preferably the one in which the chicken cooked - yeah, I know... some purists say don't cook acidic foods in iron, but hey! I'm an iconoclast!), place tomatoes, pepper & salt. Cook over medium-low - medium heat until soft. (You want to caramelize them.) Slice some mushrooms for decorative presentation (vertically, long), chop remainders. Saute choppers in butter. Lettuce - tear it up, put it in serving bowls. Okay... if you want, use a knife, I sometimes do. (May lightly sprinkle lemon juice, black pepper & salt.) Add decoratively sliced fresh mushrooms, reserving some for chicken. Layer tomatoes then sauteed mushrooms (nearest bird) around chicken, onions atop chicken, decoratively cut fresh for looks. Oh yeah... the sunflower seeds. Chicken or salad, or both. Or, you can feed 'em to the bird. Bon appetit!
reality hurts huh ?
reality hurts huh ?
here, for some who think i look good :))))) half of me photoshopped and half of me original :)))) lol i didnt even wipe my face after eating so there is tomato sauce on my face (yep i could easily brush it out but oh well) there you go ppl .. reality hurts huh? :)) and is different then what we see most of the time :)) stobe info: vivitar 730 @ full power bounced off ceiling and minolta 360px lighting @ 1/8 power at the bottom of the frame up (u can tell from the catch light in the eye, it was on the floor in a DIY beauty dish).

no cook tomato sauce
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