i make many versions of enchiladas depending on what is in the fridge. this one i especially liked, so i wrote it down. it's a great way to use up leftover pork! you can spice it up more with additional jalapenos or a dash of hot sauce mixed in with the enchilada sauce. feel free to adjust the garlic to your taste. you may need to add more oil as you fry the tortillas to keep them from sticking to the pan.
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here is something i last posted in 1994 i think. these are easily the best fritters i have ever had, and i have had fritters all over south florida and the upper and lower keys. ps: i live in delray beach now, just a bit below palm beach. ---- finally,
this is a quick, from scratch garlic butter, to impress whomever you're cooking for. its made with ingredients you probably have on hand, and stores in the refrigerator for up to a month. tasty for garlic bread!
wow, i give this 5 stars! i was more than pleasantly surprised with this recipe. even the picky kids loved it. definitely company worthy. serve with wide buttered noodles. i browned one side of the breasts in butter in a skillet but frankly, it was not
this is a very different cookie than anything you've ever had, but man, are they good!! please try them this year on your christmas cookie trays, you won't be disappointed! recipe came from better homes and gardens feb. 2002, from camilla saulsbury.
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