I found this on the web someplace and I tried this one and it came out fine. makes a great sugar free jam, and is delicious as a sauce.Time is guess work... don't know for sure.And serving size of course, is impossible to guess at, so I am guessing at the number of containers, since it depends on the size you use.
This honey is infused with red chile. The red chile gives it a distinctive flavor and lovely red hue. It will keep indefinitely in a tightly sealed glass jar. This is a great addition to fresh baked bread, sopaipillas or corn bread. The recipe comes from Real New Mexico Chile cookbook. Please note: If the honey is super thick, warm it slightly before straining.
From Top Secret Recipes www.topsecretrecipes.com. OMG! This is SOOO good..and it's the closest thing I've found to the real thing. I think it came from copycatrecipes.com, but I've had it a while. It is worth the trouble. They never give you enough packets at the restaurant, acting like their condiments are gold or something. Phooey on that..Make your OWN! Cooking time does not include time to cool.
This recipe was posted in answer to a message board request. It is from an old cookbook I have (the cover is missing, so I can't tell you which one). Since I don't own a crock pot, I haven't tried it, therefore the "cook time" is an estimate on my part (it was not specified in the recipe).
This sounds perfect for sandwiches and wraps. It can be refrigerated in an airtight container for up to two weeks. You may need to stir a bit before using. (I found the recipe on the Martha Stewart website)
Yup, here's yet another basic vinaigrette recipe, but what makes this recipe interesting are all the add-ons. Instructions are included for garlic, balsamic, lemon parmesan, scallion, herb, and blue cheese vinaigrettes. How cool! I found it on the Martha Stewart website.
This is a recipe that is the same as one my Mom makes, she has been making it for years and it has become a staple on our Holiday Table.
It's a variation on the traditional sauce which produces whole cooked berries with a touch of caramel.
Hope you enjoy!
Okay, it's October, but I want Thanksgiving to be now so I can make this! Says the Good Housekeeping Magazine website about this recipe... "Red onions are cooked down until sweet and rich, then simmered with brown sugar and balsamic vinegar -- a perfect match for tart cranberries! Use leftovers as a flavorful topper for turkey sandwiches."
Good Housekeeping says that this sauce can be made up to 4 days ahead. (NOTE: I reworded the recipe a teeny bit)