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Thanks for the recipe. I’m definitely going to use it as I love lots of garlic (and am a broccoli fan, too)!

Goes well with red wine

I bet a Douro red would be a good match.

Pete
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I'm giving thanks for pan friend breaded Broccoli...

Sounds good, even omitting the friend.

I’m guessing you may use some version of egg/milk/four/cornstarch for the breading. Recipe?

Thanks,
Pete
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Sounds good, even omitting the friend.

It's good to have friends!


I’m guessing you may use some version of egg/milk/four/cornstarch for the breading.

None of the above!


Recipe?

Peel and mince several cloves of garlic, enough to send the vampires back to Halloween

Chop up parboiled broccoli florets

Dice a couple of your favorite sausages (wieners, frankfurters, etc.)

Heat olive oil in a large frying pan (low heat)

Add garlic and diced sausage, stir for a while

Season with black pepper and paprika

Add bread crumbs, stir until mixed

Add chopped broccoli florets

Stir until ready

Enjoy

Goes well with red wine

The Captain
 

Inspired by the traditional Hungarian breaded cauliflower
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1t_Cksv9IQg


Quiz: Why to Hungarians eat so much sour cream?
Too many cows, not enough refrigeration!
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I am doing a 24 hour fast for thanksgiving. Best gift I can give myself.

(keeping the broccoli recipe and neighbor is bringing me a leftover turkey, mayo, and cranberry sandwich tomorrow)

Not a food slob.
MoneySlob
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Thanks for the recipe. I’m definitely going to use it as I love lots of garlic (and am a broccoli fan, too)!

Goes well with red wine

I bet a Douro red would be a good match.

Pete
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Goes well with red wine

I bet a Douro red would be a good match.


Ahem, doesn't the Captain live in . . . Porto? As in Port wine?
I know nothing about this wine. Or any wine.
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Ahem, doesn't the Captain live in . . . Porto? As in Port wine?
I know nothing about this wine. Or any wine.


Port wine is an English invention. The English liked Portuguese wine grown upstream of the Douro River that runs past Porto but they had a problem, this wine could not withstand the crossing of the English Channel. The remedy they found was to fortify the wine with brandy. Port wine is a sipping wine, not something you want with your meal. I'm no wine connoisseur and for me cheap house wine is good enough.

BTW, the Port wine cellars are not in Porto but across the River Douro in Vila Nova de Gaia where I live.

https://www.google.com/search?q=the+Port+wine+caves+are+not+...

Ever wonder why so many Port Wines have English names? Now you know!

The Captain
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Thank you!
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