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From "Cook's Country from America's Test Kitchen," episode 108, "Steakhouse Favorites." ATK recommends top sirloin steak for indoor broiling. If price is no object, they recommend rib-eye or New York strip steaks.
I stole this one from a family member, It's super easy to make and so delicious. Steelhead is kind of a cross between salmon and trout. This recipe can easily be substituted with salmon, and can be done on the BBQ as well be sure to use foil and or a bakesheet. Leftovers make great sandwiches!
got this from fatfree.com. Pretty healthy. NOTE: I added brown sugar (to taste) because i think they're pretty salty even if i use Low sodium soy sauce. I also add a pinch of garlic powder. I baked 350 around 40min instead of broiling.
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The sautéed Broccolini and roasted squash and mushrooms are meant to be piled onto these creamy polenta sticks, then topped with the roasted vegetable gravy and frizzled onion .
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Zesty Broiled Chicken recipe. Ready In: 1 hr Makes 8 servings 240 per serving Ingredients: chicken breast, lemon juice, rosemary leaves, black pepper, garlic clove, dijon mustard
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Just a little variation of a wonderful theme...
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Tasty Tidbits
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A friend of mine came up with this and I have to say it was phenomenal.
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Chef Old Crow
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Fresh lemon zest and lemon juice flavor this giant grilled steak.
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Skunkee
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Try Broiled Stuffed Onions from Food.com. - 54766
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Kikimony
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These delicious "sandwiches" undergo a marvelous transformation under the broiler! I promise you that there will be no heavy "mayonnaisey" taste. For a quick and simple hors d'oeuvre, simply remove the bread crusts and slice each piece into quarters. These go quickly at parties!
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DangerBun
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Easy roasted London Broil Crock Pot dish
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mkcc
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A yummy, easy recipe for flounder or haddock, or similar fish.
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