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                              SPICY CAJUN PORK
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 Serving Size  : 6    Preparation Time :0:00
 Categories    : Meats                            Cajun
   Amount  Measure       Ingredient -- Preparation Method
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    6                    Boneless pork chops
    1       tb           Cajun seasoning
    2       tb           Vegetable oil
    2       lg           Red onions -- sliced
      1/2   c            Bottled barbecue sauce
                         -----NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION/SERV-----
            x            252 calories
            x            24 g protein
            x            10 g carbohydrate
            x            13 g fat
            x            72 mg cholesterol
            x            401 mg sodium
   1.  Rub both sides of pork chops with Cajun seasoning.  Refrigerate covered
   1 hour to marinate.
   2.  In large skillet, heat 1 T oil over medium-high heat.  Add onions; over
   medium heat, saute' until well-browned and soft, about 15 minutes. Add
   sauce; mix.  Over low heat, cook 5 minutes.  Remove to bowl; keep warm.
   3.  In same skillet, heat remaining 1 T oil over medium-high heat.  Add
   pork chopes; cook until borwned and just cook throuhg, about 3 minutes each
   side.  Serve topped with onion mixture.
   From:  McCall’s August 1993 Happy Charring
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   |OLX$SOM| BBS: SWCREATE Conference: 46,COOKING Number: 38976 Reply-to: 0
   Private: No Receipt: No Date: 1993-07-26,00:09 From: STUART TALKOFSKY To:
   I saw this in Parade Magazine the other day. Don't have time to make this.
   Probably time consuming but enjoyable to make if you have the time or the
   weather (who wants to be indoors cooking in the Summer?) Don't make this
   for the creep who puts ketchup on everything. Wouldn't it be annoying after
   spending so much time cooking someone throws some unwanted condiment onto
   the food? Enjoy!!
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