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Old 12-06-2007, 01:34 PM   #11
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You could use apple juice or apple cider. If you do that, I wouldn't add the rosemary.
sweet action. i need to try this out. with a nice sauce.
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Old 12-06-2007, 01:45 PM   #12
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on that recipe instead of the 1/2 cup white wine could i use apple juice or will that make it to sweet.

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on that recipe instead of the 1/2 cup white wine could i use apple juice or will that make it to sweet.

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It will probably be sweet, but I like apple flavor with pork, so I think I'd like it. If you're not such a fan of sweet with meat, you could use chicken stock or water instead.
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I would just leave the wine out and sub chicken broth rather than introduce sweetness to the mix unless you specifically want sweetness. Not sure that would be true to the Greek flavors you want for your dish.
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I would just leave the wine out and sub chicken broth rather than introduce sweetness to the mix unless you specifically want sweetness. Not sure that would be true to the Greek flavors you want for your dish.
Oh, yeah - I forgot we were going for Greek flavor
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oh man. ok i guess i will have to try both. Ill serve this with asparagus and wild rice and a salad with feta cheese. mmm sounds good.
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