these cookies are very soft and tasty. they're more of a christmas cookie, but can be served all year 'round.
adapted over the years for my family's taste. original recipe calls for 8 oz. tomato sauce instead of chili sauce over the top. if you don't like sauce on top of your meatloaf, then leave it off. this is an old recipe, written long before msg (accent) was
i have left the crushed chili flakes as optional if you like more heat then add them in ---plan ahead the pork needs to marinade for 8-24 hours, make certain to line your pan with foil for easy clean up ---this is very good!
i was preparing recipe #227325 posted by chef #296027 and found this recipe/technique online for the ancho chile puree called for. apparently, the food network's bobby flay uses this puree in several recipes. prep time does not include the 1 hour requir
i couldn't seem to find my tried and true hashbrown recipe on here, so i thought i would add it. there's a touch of garlic and spice, and the potatoes come up savory and crispy, and the perfect accompaniment to a big breakfast.comfort food at its best!
we made this today as a treat after sunday lunch and everyone loved it. served with homemade icecream and my personal favourite, cream! this recipe is posted in australian measurements so 1 tablespoons equals 20ml (or 4 teaspoons).
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 yo
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