I bought a Pace Picante Sauce cookbook about 15 years ago. This is my adaptation of a soup we have fallen in love with in our family!!! I've served it so many times to large crowds. Guests never miss the meat, and they love it because they can tailor it to their own tastes. As the cook, *I* love it because it's healthy, it's a SNAP to prepare and the taste is supreme!!!
You want a meal stretcher that taste good,well this is it.I can get atleast 3 meals outta this one pot of souper pintos.Got the recipe from a Southern Living magazine and the description on the recipe says to serve on hot dogs,in taco shells,but I like to use mine as a base for tostados and to make burritos with,but it can really be used in any mexican dish calling for ground beef or beans.It's really delicious!
This is a recipe that I adapted from a recipe my MIL made while I was in India. It is FABULOUS, and is even served for breakfast quite often in her house! (I could eat it for every meal LOL) I donut know the actual name of the chilies they use, but at home I generally use either 2 of the small chiles labeled "hot green chiles" from the market, or I use serranos. The ginger I generally just run over my microplane.
got a similar recipe in my email, it reads : "Quick-cooking barley replaces rice in this classic Caribbean combo. Barley is rich in soluble fiber and makes a good whole-grain choice because it is digested slowly, leaving you feeling satisfied longer." as a barley lover i had to try it, and add my own ingredients.i used fresh grown peppers ,tomatoes,and a handful of fresh oregano and basil. enjoy!
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