I use green chiles often in my recipes so I went looking for a way to make my own that I could freeze. Surprizingly they are quite easy to harvest and I find them tasty, not to mention a cheaper way to get the flavours into your meals. You can use many different varieties of chiles for roasting such as poblano chiles, anaheim peppers &/or jalapeños. Either make a batch just enough for your recipe or store in the freezer for later use.
I received a few liqueur recipes from my girlfriend about 30 years ago. They are all delicious. Just want to put them here because my recipe page is fading and falling apart. I love making and better yet drinking these great liqueurs .
This is my mum's recipe for rose syrup - and the name of their cottage in England! Try to use old English shrub roses, as they are highly fragranced and impart a delicate flavour to the syrup. The correct word for this recipe would be a Shrub or a Ratafia, as it is fortified with brandy - however, Ratafia would also have fruit or almond kernels added; it would have been offered as a refreshing "pick-me-up" to gentile ladies - with water or lemonade added of course! This recipe is well over 100 years old and a bottle of this would make an unusual and delighttful gift.
This is the best salsa recipe I've found so far and I've tried about a dozen. I got it from one of the local hospital cookbooks that are sold in my area. I changed it a bit and have been canning it for years. The reason I plant a garden is for this salsa. We would be lost without it. Hope you like it as much as we do. One of our members who is a food scientist took this salsa to work, tested the pH and found it measured under 4.0 (well within the safety limit for boiling water bath processing).
With the summer on it's way and extra tomatoes from the garden now you have a recipe to make them last a little longer. Add to salads, grilled veggie sandwiches, breads, pastas, as a topping for pizzas. Be careful not to cook them, you are drying the tomatoes at a low temp. Give jars away as gifts!
I had a lot of tomatoes this year and after trying other marinara sauces, I came up with this one. We like a little spicy. You can also use canned tomatoes for this recipe. Try this sauce with Recipe #23713--it's wonderful.
I found this recipe in the local Newspaper when I lived in California. I entered it in the local fair...and won First Place!!
We use this relish as you would a pickle relish...in fact we prefer it over pickle relish!