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June 04, 2009

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one trick with milanesa is to have another pan of boiling hot water ready. when the milanesa is golden brown quickly dip each side into the hot water, this removes excess oil. place on a paper towel or plate. my mother in law eats very healthily and she never fails to do this technique.

fairlight in chaco.

Yay! Thanks for posting the recipe and mentioning little ol' me in your blog :) I am so excited to try the recipe out! Sorry I disappeared for a while..trying to get things ready for our little "bicho" on the way! I'll let you know when I make the milanesa de soja!

So happy to see this traditional Argentine and veggie recipe. I agree about blog friends. Living abroad can be lonely and blogging not only provides an artistic medium but it also keeps me connected with people with like passions.

I am so impressed by all you've done with your site.

muy ricas y nutritivas,! recibe un saludo desde Bowen Mendoza R. Argentina.

What a cool post about making new friends and connecting with others. And what a cool dish. Imagine my surprise to see that you served it with sweet potatoes. LOL! Looks so good, I'm going to have to try this dish with sweet potatoes, too. ;-))))

Paz (who agrees that Lydia IS incredible!)

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