in this case the demon is called habanero. use chipotle tabasco for a smokier, less spicier version. from www.tabasco.com
this recipe came about after a trip to mississippi, new orleans and alabama...had a pie in a restaurant in alabama that was awesome but they wouldn't give me the recipe. this was the closest i could come to duplicating it.
my husband loved this and it is only 4 pts/serving. i used 2 yellow and 2 red beets -- but if i can find them i may try it with only yellow beets next time to cut down on the redness of the soup. recipe source: ww momentum cookbook
this is a recipe i found on all recipes. it's spicy, tasty and a delicious way to serve salmon. i've altered the recipe quite a bit but will spell out both variations so you can make this recipe according to what suits your family. for instance, this r
i love all kinds of pate, and this one is at the top of my list. this is from barbara kafka's "party foods: small and savory". family and friends devour this in a flash. prep time includes soaking and chilling.
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