Thursday, May 19, 2011

Bacon Leek Rolls - recipe

Ray Morand’s Bacon-Leek Rolls
(Namba maki)

8 slices Canadian bacon
6 young leeks
Vegetable oil

Trim bacon and lay three or four pieces side by side with edges overlaying. Press overlapping sections gently to stick and brush with cornstarch. Trim leeks. Place three leeks at one end of bacon sheet alternating tops and tails of leeks. Carefully roll leeks in the bacon.

Tie the rolls securely with white cotton string. Put a little oil in a frying pan and heat over high heat. Place the tied rolls in the pan and fry, turning about seven minutes, until bacon is cooked and leeks are tender. Repeat with remaining rolls. Remove the strings and cut the rolls into ½ inch slices.

Arrange in the center of a delicate porcelain plate, garnish with parsley.

Contributed by Ray Morand*, author of Modified... The year is 2106 and the human race finally united under one world government, but a slave race of Artificial Intelligence Clones want their freedom and genetically engineered soldiers were created to combat them. The Space Marines are fighting a losing battle and one genetically engineered female Navy Seal may be the secret to winning the war.
* Ray Morand is the pen name of Raye Carchia, author of the Red Knight Chronicles.

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