A great country style chicken with its origins based in Mexico. Pan fried potatoes the perfect side for sopping up the pan sauce that comes from the chicken and tomatoes. This is a favorite in our household. We serve with shredded lettuce, jalapenos and fried potatoes.
(The ingredients in country recipes tend to be rough chopped)
My husband and I were feeling nostalgic for green chile (we used to live in NM), so we dug into the precious Hatch supply and this is what I came up with. If you can't get ahold of Hatch, try for the most flavorful green enchilada sauce you can find. If you can get Hatch--send some to me LOL! The steps look involved but really this takes no time at all.
Great potluck dish! This saucy cheese-free enchilada is stuffed with sauteed vegetables. To make ahead, cover and refrigerate prepared dish of enchiladas for up to 24 hours. From "Choices - Quick & Healthy Cooking" cookbook. To make this vegan, use honey instead of sugar and vegan tofu sour cream. I use Recipe #247817 for the sour cream.
I created this myself after looking at a few recipes... my attempt was to get more veggies and soy and make it lower calorie at the same time. I was happy with how this turned out... especially the cheese mixture. No one will know it is soy! The end result isn't as rich as the original version but still quite filling. If you aren't worried about calories you could double the mozzarella and use sausage with the ground beef. You will get 1-2 veggie servings per slice (depending on how much you count as a serving).
I made this in 2 8x8 pans... make one now and freeze one for later. Or half the recipe. Also this could be made vegetarian by replacing the meat with a veggie alternative and made lactose free if you omit the parmesan and replace the mozzarella with rice cheese.
Use your favorite sweetener: honey, unrefined cane sugar, agave, barley malt, etc. (A light drizzle-about 1/2 teaspoon of real maple syrup tasted good in this!) It is very important to be certain the sunflower seeds you use for this recipe are fresh. If not, the butter will taste "off"-rancid. To store, use a covered container and refrigerate. From deliciouswisdom.com.
This is like the lemon chicken you get from your Chinese take-out place. The egg, cornstarch, and baking powder coating is extra light and crispy. No msg or flour involved! And remember, Zaar calculates fat and calories from the ingredient list...you won't consume all the oil listed in the recipe! Note: Marinating time is included in prep time.
This is one of my favorite foods. Mostly because I love the dough. Traditionally it's made with Akkawi cheese but you can mix with Mozzerlla or sub If you like a lil something extra try jazzing them up with za'taar spice or some veggies.
These freeze well pre baked. I have brushed them around the edges with olive oil or butter for a golden glow but not always. Play around with them to cook them to how you like. Some like a softer dough and less time in the oven and some like a crunchy dough. This dough can do either.
This recipe is super quick and really looks great! Great for a quick weekday meal. If you can't find Mexican seasoned Chili Powder, add some Sazon. I really love Mexican food! This is a beautiful meal! Serve with a guacamole salad and your set!
This delicious sweet with surprise you as to how good it tastes. It's just perfect along with a glass* of tea masha Allah. - A strongly brewed tea is traditionally served in small glasses throughout the Middle East. I'm sure this would be wonderful as a treat during Ramadan as well. Modified from a recipe found on http://www.yasalamcooking.com.
Bell peppers stuffed with a tasty mixture of rice, shrimp, salsa and sour cream, then baked. For the salsa used in this recipe see Recipe #362382 which is the original one called for. From Salsa Cooking