For ideal flavor, allow the gazpacho to sit in the refrigerator overnight before serving. Red wine vinegar can be substituted for the sherry vinegar. Serve the soup with additional extra-virgin olive oil, sherry vinegar, ground black pepper, and diced vegetables
This is a copycat recipe from the Cheesecake Factory. It is a "Top Secret Restaurant Recipes" authored by Todd Wilbur. I haven't made this yet, but it sounds very good. I think this will be a very easy recipe to prepare. Don't be intimidated by the long list of ingredients. there are three simple sauces that are part of this recipe. If you try this before I do, please review it and let me know how it turned out. Prep time is a guesstimation.
Very nice as a quick snack or to serve with soup. They are mild spicy and you can spice them up by adding some ground cayenne or chilipepper. The original recipe uses fresh chillies but the canned ones make these puffs more moist. If you want to make them with fresh, use 2 green chillies, seeds removed and finely chopped.
Cowboys never let nothing go to waste, especially beans! Johnny's recipe is so easy and fresh tasting, you won't ever buy canned again. Johnny claims he wrote the 'Beans, Beans' song,... but Johnny,... full of tall tales and deep pots, well,.... we jest let him keep on talkin, so long as he keeps on cookin! ;)
Probably completely different than any corn dish you have tasted before- unless you have bought this from a street vendor in a Latin country or an area gretly influenced by the hispanic culture like Texas or Florida! This method really brings out the sweetness in the corn. I enjoyed this so much when I visited Mexico. You could see people all over town eating this on the cob as they stroll and shop. I think it makes a fabulously different side, especially when bbqing or grilling. They are called esquites- es-KEY-tays or elotes- a-LOW-tays- depending on the location. We just call 'em good! Hope you like it!
I love anything with roasted poblano peppers in it; and add corn . . . Yummy! This is a combination of a couple different recipes I found and decided to add this one to my collection of corn soup recipes!
Poblano peppers are a mild Mexican pepper and this soup showcases them beautifully! This is a delicious, rich soup that will transport you to old Mexico! Originally published in a 1995 newspaper food section, from Cavanaugh's Restaurant in Webster, Texas.
The Liberty Bar in San Antonio was built in 1890 and was originally F. Boehler & Son Simple and Fancy Groceries. My mother remembers shopping there in the 1930's and 40's. It became a very unique restaurant and bar in 1985 - it looks like it's going to fall down any minute, thanks to a flood in 1921. Obviously, it hasn't yet. This soup is so good it's the first recipe I've ever posted here. It was published in the SA Express News. The recipe as is is extremely thick so plan on adding more broth (or less sour cream). Also, I much prefer lime juice to lemon juice. Preparation time does not include chilling.