i was in the mood for chili but i couldn't find a good recipe that i liked. so i took some ideas and created this. =) of course you can use half a jalepeno, or a chili, or use no pepper for a mild chili- but the jalepeno gives it a nice kick! add more or
this is one spice that i do not normally have on hand. most of my recipes do not call for it, but sometimes you just need it. this is a recipe for a substitution that works great. below are two measurements. the normal formula is equal amounts of all
posted for zwt ii 2006-greece. i found this recipe on reciperewards.com, and find that posting any recipes found elsewhere here gives me better nutritional values than the sites i get them off of. loving zaar!!! *** note*** to soften sun-dried tomatoes,
this is a great introduction recipe to mexican cooking. yummy steak in melted cheese rolled up in a tortilla, covered in sauce! it doesn't use exotic ingredients and it isn't spicey. this recipe was a winner in a bake off contest that i found on a web sit
this recipe is in my hubby's top 5 favorite! he is notorious for picking out the beet bunches at the farmer's market by looking at the tops without even checking out the actual beets at the bottom. easy to make and tasty with or without the added roaste
only use franks red hot for this recipe please! it is the reason this sauce is soooooo perfectly perfect!! my whole family freaks every time i make this. you can toss traditional fried chicken wings in it or try something new like shrimp or boneless skinl
wondering what to make for mother's day that's comforting, delicious, and good to eat at any time of day? this version of the classic biscuits and gravy is kicked up a notch with the addition of portabella mushrooms and swiss cheese.
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