The employees at Pizza Kitchens rate this number one! What's not to love with the crunch of the jicama, corn chips, and lettuces; the explosions of different flavors with every bite; and the contrast of the sweet-and-spicy barbecue sauce with the cool ranch dressing...mmmm...mmmm!
I'm not sure where in Mexico this is eaten, but it doesn't matter, it's good! Adapted from Gourmet magazine (2006). I find the cotija cheese in super Walmart (or use feta). Cook time is estimated for cooking of corn.
We are not jerks (no matter what people say!)--we're just Fantabulously Friendly Foodie Floozies! We FlooZaarinas threw this together for the Island Jerk Challenge in Zaar World Tour 3! Feel free to use whichever vegetables you'd like and place on a platter or layer on as a sandwich. This easy recipe goes great with meat; keep things simple and cook it all together on the grill! Remembering Amy takes the sugar-she's just so sweet! Auntie Jan Christo is our onion person while Chef at Heart is our allspicey chef. Kim D. has a garden full of cherry tomatoes. Then there's Sharon123----the corny one in our little kitchen! Dienia B. claims that she's a little acid/lime sometimes, and Mulligan needs the garlic for her vampire-movie-loving hubby. Heydarl chose soy sauce since she loves Asian cooking & uses it a lot. Meanwhile (like most of us) Debber needs more thyme!
Easy, classically Mediterranean, this zucchini emerges from the broiler with a still somewhat firm texture, coated with a lemony glaze and flavored with sweet herbs. This is also good grilled over the coals in good weather. Try cutting this on the diagonal to make elongated oval slices, good for both broiling and grilling techniques. This recipe is from Moosewood Low Fat Favorites!
This recipe for jerk sauce is courtesy of Ray's Hideaway Restaurant and Taxi Stand, Montego Bay, Jamaica. It's fiery, but not incendiary, full of flavor, and worth the effort to make it. I got the recipe from The Early Show on CBS. The chicken needs to marinate 4-8 hours so start early. :D
This is yummy over fish and any kind of meat! I also like to have it over rice and grains. I think this would be great as a pizza topping! These ingredients are used in the Caribbean, Mexico, Spain and the Southwest, also Hawaii(Western USA).
You can enjoy a moist, flavorful grilled chicken, complete with succulent juices, even without a spit. Don't truss this bird, because the legs won't cook evenly when pressed up against the body. From the New Basics Cookbook! Spanish inspired.
I was a girl scout and we never had these delicious apples. So thanks to The Deen brothers for giving up the recipe! From their cookbook, Get Fired Up! You can substitute your favorite jam for the raspberry, just make sure it goes with apples. If using salted butter(or margarine) you can eliminate the salt in the ingredients.