Plan ahead these eggs need to chill for at least 7 days before using, that is if you can wait that long, these are sooo good! Use beet juice or water, if you like extreme garlic flavor then add in another few cloves, the cayenne is optional I like to add it in for some heat, if you are using add it into the beet juice mixture.
I got this recipe from a family friend, we call it "Bonnie's Bagel Dip". It's easy to make and very flavorful. I've made it before with light sour cream and light mayo, but of course the real stuff is creamiest. If time allows, refrigerate over night, this allows the flavor of soup mix to really come out. We serve it with mini bagels.
My friend made this when I went over to her house for a party. It's SOOO good, but does have a lot of fat and calories in it. Not to eat if you are watching your weight. She got this out of a Taste of Home magazine.
My neighbor Edwardo owned a Mexican restaurant nearby and had the best fresh salsa. He told me what his ingredients were and surprisingly the garlic was garlic powder. My oldest son's friend Kevin would be really surprised to find I use vinegar in my salsa. He swears he doesn't care for vinegar, but he loves my salsa.
They were sampling this recipe at the store I work at. I didn't work that day but they had the recipe laying around so I took it home last night and tried it!! So so good. Just a different way to enjoy a little salsa. Unsure of the size of cans and bottle of dressing.I just used a regular can of corn and beans and the smallest dressing.
This is a very slight variation on my dad's recipe; his didn't use the chili powder, but I think it adds a nice touch. It's some of the best I have ever had, especially when eaten with homemade tortilla chips
This is a true Tex-Mex recipe concocted by a distant relative stationed at the Alamo nearly 160 years ago. According to family lore, he was out looking for some good tomatoes when Santa Ana attacked the now famous Texas landmark. Luckily, our relative kept this recipe in the lining of his coon-skin cap, and both he and his avocado dip lived to fight another day. Years later, near death from an infected Chihuahua bite, he looked deep into his son's eyes, and with his last breath, uttered the familiar phrase "Remember... the...guacamole."
This is one of my recipes I like to use for special occasions such as at my Christmas 'open house' and New Years Day buffet. It is a great addition to a buffet and is definitely a crowd pleaser at potlucks. I often prepare double batches of the meatballs, bake them in the oven, freeze on a cookie sheet and when frozen slip them into a plastic bag. This allows me to take out as many as I need for the meal I am preparing. Found this recipe hand written on a sheet of paper tucked in a cookbook picked up at a yard sale.
A mild tomato and sweet pepper salsa with cilantro and lime. Easy and fast to make using a food processor, but can be prepared by chopping the vegetables by hand if a food processor is not available. For a thicker salsa squeeze some of the juice out of the peppers and onions after processing and before adding the other ingredients and strain some of the liquid from the canned tomatoes before adding them to the mix.