I was inspired by a cook on the Food Network who made a Yule Log out of a pre-made chocolate jelly roll cake. I needed a treat for my kids' classroom Christmas parties and came up with this. Hope you like it as much as the kids did.
This is a mild salsa that you can heat up with how ever many peppers you wish to add. The cabbage absorbes the flavors of all the other ingredients. This is a great party food. Cook time is the chilling time.
This wonderful recipe was featured during Paula's recent television appearance on Oprah's show --- I made it recently but added in 2 scant teaspoons fresh minced garlic and Tabasco, I also increased the nuts for the outside of the ball, this may be made up to 24 hours in advance, try this, you will love it! :)
This is my mother's recipe, simple to make, but folks always think I really went to some trouble. I usually make 3 or more of these just after Thanksgiving to have on hand to take to potlucks etc. They keep really well. Also, you can put this in a mold, like at Christmas - a tree mold etc, for a festive touch.
Usd to make this years ago for my father in law. It is so simple its a shame. It's so good it should be more difficult to make. the servings listed are guess work. I don't really know how many it actually does serve.
A quick and easy way to get ready for your party! In addition to sandwiches this flavorsome spread makes a pretty appetizer on top of crackers. Cutting the sandwiches into quarters will yield 24 servings.
A family holiday favorite. We love this recipe, and could eat it more often, but save it for the holiday season and for neighborhood gifts to keep it a special holiday tradition. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
I love Chuy's dip and wanted a recipe. I took all the recipes I could find, bought some of the real stuff and made a bunch of batches. This is the closest i could get. No one can beat the real thing. You can adjust the jalepenos according to your taste. Also if you want a smoother texture, everything can be thrown in the blender after step 1. The longer is sits, the hotter it gets.