it doesn't get more simple than this -- a commercial type spaghetti sauce that you can also use for lasagna. i recommend using a large, heavy-bottomed cooking pot because this recipe makes a lot of sauce and it has to simmer for three hours. short of traveling to italy, you won't find many sauces that taste better. i typically use whatever i what i need when i make up a batch and freeze the rest in zip-lock bags.
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one night, i got it in my head that i had to have chicken tortilla soup. i didn't want to leave the house because of a huge snow storm. using the ingredients i had sitting around, this is what i came up with!
posted for zwt6. adapted from sanjeev kapoor's website. marinated with yogurt and spices and cooked with chilies and onions in a walnut tomato cream sauce. the type of chicken used is not specified, i would use a mix of breasts and thighs.
these are an adaption of a recipe that i found in a reader's digest recipe booklet. i am listing these with gluten free options. if using a gluten flour these will probably turn out a little thinner. they are packed with lots of healthy, high fiber ingr
this soup is a recipe of my friend's father who passed away a few years ago. it is soooo delicious i was shocked when i found out how easy it is to make!! the el pato sauce called for in this recipe is easily found in the mexican isle of your grociery sto
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