This makes a delicious brunch of light dinner. With the use of a pre-made pie crust and already roasted green chili this can be in the oven in a matter of minutes. Serve with sliced tomatoes or fresh fruit.
Typically posole is made with pork and sometimes beef. I got an email the other day for a posole made with turkey. It looked interesting and I did a little playing with it and came up with a nice warming soup.
A delicious way to start the day. This recipe is for 2 servings and can be adjusted as needed. This is a great use of left over beans. Ham or chorizo can be used in place of the bacon. Cooking the egg as you would an omelet aids in rolling the burrito.
Using brown rice adds more fiber and is a little easier on the blood sugar if you happen to be a diabetic. This is a different rice to serve with Mexican dishes. This recipe goes especially well with chicken topped mole. The recipe is adapted from a Betty Crocker cookbooklet, March 1994.
This recipe is from The New Family Cookbook for People with Diabetes. It is nice and flavorful and has one of my favorite components--quick. I made this with the tomatoes that have added chili; however, it can also be made with regular dice cut tomatoes. Hope you enjoy. Serve this with fresh bread and a side salad for a quick weeknight dinner.
I haven't actually tried this recipe. It comes from The Well-Filled Tortilla Cookbook which was a Christmas gift. I have tried several of the dishes from the book and all have been good. Now that summer is here, I can do these on the grill.