ms. gutierrez writes: "this is perhaps the most popular avocado sauce used by taco truck vendors in mexico. a little sour and very creamy, it's used to top everything from totopos (fried tortilla chips) to tacos and chilaquiles. the acidity of the tomatil
here's one to add to your bake sale repertoire--and they'll be just enough different [but still the same thing] to get the kids curious, and good enough that they'll sell like "hot cakes!" save a couple for the home-folks, because you won't be bringing
yes, there are alot of steps in making bbq ribs and a great sauce to go with it, and yes they are always worth the work. everyone has their own taste of what is great and what is mediocre. you just have to experiment with your sauces until you get it righ
this recipe comes from the washington post, and it is delicious! i've made rugelach with cream cheese before, but hadn't heard of making it with sour cream. well, these are by far the best rugelach i've ever made or tasted! they're a bit labor-intensive (
this sauce has a great flavor for almost any meat. it is a little sweet and a little spicey. not hot, but more like honey mustard in taste. it is fabulous on ham or hot dogs. i got this recipe from my mom and don't know where she got it. very easy to make
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