i'm a chili fan, and over umpteen years of making the stuff, this is my present method. i've posted it in my "camping" thread, but thought it should get shown on the board as well, in order that a wider group should have access to it. chili is what you want to make it, but this stuff tastes pretty good, has both mexican and american influences, but is a simple thing to make for dinner after getting home from work; mind it does taste better the next day, also freezes well!
don't know where this recipe originated, just that it's been around my family for a long time. a very different method of making an icing, however, if you don't like the traditional powdered sugar ones, this is very light & doesn't taste as sweet. it is
a no-fail buttery flakey crust topped with the most delicious butter tart-like filling! --- these take little time to make and are so delicious, please make the crust only on a food processor it will not have the same texture if mixed by hand --- serving
i'm jamaican and this is the way my mama made brown stew chicken. it's traditionally served with rice and peas, sliced tomatoes / avocado and fried ripe plantain. if you cut the chicken into very small pieces, you'll need to reduce the cooking times. enjo
hi, just threw this together this morning with what i had on hand. turned out so very good and cheesy! you can adjust everything to taste if you wish. this is very mild for a mexican dish. i hope that you enjoy this as much as i did! thanks so much!
start this special breakfast by making the cherry sauce, then the cream topping and lastly the waffles. you may use sweet or sour cherries for the sauce, it's good either way. i hope that you will enjoy this tasty recipe.
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