WEBE108 Aitoro Appliance Thanksgiving Recipe Share Grand Prize Winner!

WEBE108 Aitoro Appliance Thanksgiving Recipe Share Grand Prize Winner!

Congratulations to Norma of Bridgeport!  Here is her award winning recipe!

 

Puerto Rican Stuffing 

3 green plantains

1 yellow plantain

5 garlic cloves crushed 

1/2 pack thick cut bacon sliced into small pieces  

1 large yellow onion chopped 

Salt pork belly 12oz sliced into very small pieces

Salt and pepper to taste

In a frying pan fry pork belly and bacon until crispy. Add onion and garlic until brown. Set aside.

Now peel the plantains and slice into 1 inch. Fry until tender in the middle and a little golden on the outside. Drain and mash all the plantains in the bacon and pork mixture. Add salt and pepper to taste. Serve warm.

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Here’s a different way to serve stuffing!

Here’s a different way to serve stuffing!

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WEBE108 Hartford Healthcare St. Vincent’s Christmas Wish

WEBE108 Hartford Healthcare St. Vincent’s Christmas Wish

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WEBE 108 Aitoro Appliance Thanksgiving Recipe Share 11/20/20  Karen from Milford!

WEBE 108 Aitoro Appliance Thanksgiving Recipe Share 11/20/20 Karen from Milford!

Karen from Milford

My famous Jamaican curry chicken. Whole chicken cut up small, wash and clean. In a bowl, season chicken with curry, black pepper seasoning, salt, cayenne pepper, and a dash of cilantro. Also diced onions, peppers, red and green tomato, scallion and thyme. Mix it all up in the bowl with some water making it nice and rich. Then in a saucepan, add vegetable oil mixed with a dash of curry. (Make sure the oil is hot). Put pieces in one at a time and stir until lightly browned. Then all the seasoning that’s left in the bowl, pour over the chicken. Stir and let simmer until cooked.

From the WEBE Audio Archives, my chat with David Lee Roth of Van Halen

From the WEBE Audio Archives, my chat with David Lee Roth of Van Halen

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