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    lizzywednesday is offline Red Diamond level (10,000+ posts)
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    Usually, morning begins in my family with muffins and hot chocolate for children and toasts with aromatic coffee for adults. My husband a few years ago bought me a good coffee machine in order to make delicious coffee, but this year I want to convince him that we need a more modern coffee machine. I found in this article https://www.perfectbrew.com/reviews/...for-your-home/ a description of the latte coffee machine and since I love latte, I want to cook it at home. I think that this year our family tradition of morning will change a bit and everyone will be able to try delicious latte in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erv917 View Post
    Try this copycat of PF Chang's Mongolian Beef. It's been a while since I made this, but we really liked it. (Thanks for the reminder, actually-I will definitely be using up some CSA beef from the freezer these next few weeks and will plan on this!). I reduced the amount of sugar and it was less sweet than the restaurant version, but still really tasty and seemed a bit healthier.

    https://www.pressurecookingtoday.com...ongolian-beef/
    This is on the menu for tonight. DS1 loves sauce. Wondering if I should double the recipe or if there will be extra following the recipe as is. Does anyone know? TIA
    for Carmen

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgenie View Post
    This is on the menu for tonight. DS1 loves sauce. Wondering if I should double the recipe or if there will be extra following the recipe as is. Does anyone know? TIA

    It s been a while, but from what I remember Iíd double it if you want lots of sauce. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erv917 View Post
    It s been a while, but from what I remember I’d double it if you want lots of sauce. Good luck!
    Thank you! It was a huge hit. I ended up doubling the sauce. It was great and I think there’s enough sauce to make a bit with chicken for leftovers.
    for Carmen

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    erv917 is offline Silver level (200+ posts)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgenie View Post
    Thank you! It was a huge hit. I ended up doubling the sauce. It was great and I think thereís enough sauce to make a bit with chicken for leftovers.
    So funny...after I replied to your post I was inspired and we had a chicken version since I had chicken breasts on hand but not beef! The beef is better I think, but chicken was definitely tasty and a bit lighter!

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    Exact copycat & very easy recipe of Bonefish
    Grillís Bang Bang Shrimp

    Serve 2

    1 lb. Medium Shrimp, peeled and deveined
    1 Cup Milk
    1 Cup Panko Bread Crumbs
    1/2 Cup Corn Starch
    shredded cabbage (optional)
    scallions (optional)

    To Taste: Dinni's Select Spicy Shrimp Sauce
    Its Important that you start with a small
    amount of Sauce & increase till hot
    enough for you
    Dip shrimp in bowl with milk.
    In a bowl put panko bread crumbs and another
    bowl put corn starch. First roll the shrimp
    in the corn starch, then dip again in the
    milk and finally roll in the panko bread
    crumbs & set aside.
    Heat a large skillet to 300 degrees. Drop
    shrimp in and fry until light brown. Remove
    from oil. Pat off excess oil with a paper.
    In a large bowl combine fried shrimp with
    prepared sauce until evenly coated. Pile
    high on a bed of shredded cabbage and garnish
    with scallions.
    Monica the author on the dishwashingsecrets.com

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