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    This is a fantastic dip for chips and also makes a wicked sauce for enchiladas! Serve this for your next get together, everyone will LOVE this I promise! Even better, you can use the Mexican blend of Velveeta cheese for this if desired. Use a good-quality mild cheddar cheese such a Cracker Barrel or Black Diamond brand. Adjust the hot sauce to taste. The dip will thicken as it cools, it is best served from a small crockpot to keep warm you could even cook the complete recipe in the crockpot! Since the store-bought canned chili has very little added ground beef, you could always add in more cooked ground beef is desired!

    Recipe #189788

    Chicken can be used in place of turkey, also you can brown the quesadillas in a skillet instead of oven-baking them. Turkey or chicken works well with this! Adjust all ingredients to taste.

    Recipe #189313

    This casserole must prepared and baked right away as the tortilla chips will become soggy. If possible use Doritos brand cheese flavored tortilla chips for this. This can also be made using cooked turkey, make certain to hand-squeeze out as much excess moisture in the spinach as possible, for a milder spinach taste, boil the spinach in water for 10 minutes, cool and drain, then hand-squeeze out the moisture. The chicken soup mixture must be hot before using in this casserole, so that the oven-baking time will be less, this allows the tortilla chips to remain semi-crispy in the casserole, you can prepare it ahead of time, but you will need to reheat before using.

    Recipe #188745

    I have made these with both cooked turkey or chicken, please use only Campbell's Cream of Chicken Soup for this any other brand of soup will not produce the best flavor! This recipe can easily be doubled but you will need to bake it in two 13 x 9-inch baking dishes --- if you prefer lots of sauce, then use 3 cans soup with 1-1/2 cups sour cream and increase the cheddar cheese slightly.

    Recipe #186865

    This is a very thick soup, if you want a thinner soup with more liquid add in more water or tomato juice to thin out as desired. I strongly advise to make this soup a day ahead and refrigerate to blend the flavors! You can really use any kind of beans that you desired for this recipe, or use a mixture of canned beans, or use just the kidney beans! Make certain to brown the ground beef very well it adds more flavor to the soup. My recipe for Taco Seasoning Mix #76616 works well for this! Servings is only estimated.

    Recipe #184015

    These enchiladas live up to their name, add in some crushed chili flakes for some heat if desired

    Recipe #95120

    To save time prepare and cook the chicken a day ahead, make this as spicy as you like by using spicy salsa and you may also add in crushed chili flakes for more heat :)

    Recipe #91647

    This casserole is even better the next day, that is if it even makes it overnight! ---you may omit the jalapeno pepper if desired, we like onions so I always use two and lots of fresh garlic, you can increase the green chiles to whatever amount you desire, and use as much shredded cheese and cooked chicken as desired, the amounts listed are only a guideline, this also works well with cooked turkey, prep time does not include cooking the chicken --- this is *very* good!

    Recipe #180496

    This is best served in a crusty roll topped with red onion, sliced tomatoes and sour cream! The spicy salsa can be substituted with 1 7-ounce can chipotle sauce if desired. The chipotle sauce and jalapeno chilies can be found in your Mexican section of any major grocery store. Adjust all amounts to taste, I have made this in the past, it is *very* good!

    Recipe #176381

    These amounts are only estimated as I really do not measure when making this salsa, start with amounts listed and adjust to taste. I most always use fresh cooked corn removed from the cob to make this, I find that it is much better than frozen or canned corn! Plan ahead the salsa needs to chill for a minimum of 4 hours before serving, don't even think about serving it right away, the flavor will intensify upon chilling! I use a whole small jalapeno pepper, as we like it very spicy, you might want to cut back on the jalapeno pepper slightly to suit taste. This is one of the best recipes for black bean and corn salsa, I make it all the time for my get togethers, everyone loves it and there is never any leftovers, it all goes! Servings is only estimated.

    Recipe #176367

    This is perfect for a weekend brunch! I used the small pork breakfast sausages for this, you can most certainly use spicy or mild larger Italian sausages but you will need to remove the meat from the casings. Since we like spicy I added in some cayenne pepper to the saausage mixture, but that is optional.

    Recipe #176214

    If you love Mexican food then you will love this!

    Recipe #174889

    For an even more authentic taste saute in oil beore baking, you can also make these using cooked turkey. Adjust all seasonings to taste. The cayenne pepper is optional, add for more heat. These are easy to make!

    Recipe #173428

    If you want a spicy cheese sauce add in some cayenne pepper. I used the small pork breakfast sausages for this but really any kind will do, with the small sausages there is no need to remove the casings just crumble as you are cooking them, you will have to remove the casings if you are using the larger sausages. This recipe is also great for a dinner! The sauce from this recipe is wonderful, so you might want to consider using the sauce recipe alone for other recipe!

    Recipe #172264

    To serve a crowd double all ingredients and bake in a large casserole dish. To save time prepare the ground beef filling up to a day in advance just warm slightly when ready to use. see recipe#168653

    Recipe #172232

    You can make these using pork in place of the chicken. Adjust all amounts to taste. Slice the pitas down the center in half but still leaving a pocket, or you can also leave the pita unsliced if desired.

    Recipe #172012

    This is quite easy to put together! You can also make this using leftover cooked turkey. You can use as much shredded cheese as desired.

    Recipe #171858

    This cake is a delicious creamy cross between a cake and a pudding --- plan ahead the cake needs to be refrigerated overnight, prep time includes overnight refrigeration time, this is a wonderful cake!

    Recipe #79219

    This is a bakery-quality bread that is on regular rotation at my house and has been so for many years it is one of my family's favorite breads, because of the addition of egg the rising time will be slightly longer than usual --- there is very little sugar and no butter or shortening in this bread which gives this bread a spongy-like texture, perfect for dipping! If you are a jalapeño lover then by all means add in as much jalapeño peppers as you desire, this bread does not require forming into a loaf shape just shape into two large balls which makes it an easy recipe for a beginner baker :)

    Recipe #137007

    Add in a can of drained black beans if desired, but bake in a large casserole dish.

    Recipe #171349

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