This is adapted from a co-workers recipe that she brought to a potluck. It is very good plain, on lettuce, in a sandwich...as a chip dip...on a tostada...on saltine crackers....on toast...etc. I can't handle hot food and this has just the right amount of spice from the chilies. The veg-all may seem strange but it's very good in it.
Made this up on a hot summers day. Originally I wanted to use frozen dark sweet cherries but didn't have enough so used frozen mixed berries. I'm sure almost any frozen fruit would be good: strawberries, mangoes, peaches, etc. You can also use your preferred type of lemonade but I like ones that use fresh lemon juice.
This is from "The Everything Cocktail Parties and Drinks Book" by Cheryl Charming. If you don't like the nutty flavor of the hazelnut liqueur, simply omit it and add an extra 1/2 ounce each of the other liqueurs.
Just made this up with what I had and thought it was pretty darn good! I'm sure it could be jazzed up with cinnamon, ginger or nutmeg. I think I'll try it blended with frozen raspberries or strawberries too.
This fruity drink is a crime of passion and will have you seeing red. It was inspired by RSC#11 ingredients but not entered because there are so many people that don't drink alcohol. It's dedicated to Stephen King. I think the raspberry preserves are a nice substitute for grenadine.
This is from "Herbs and Spices the Cook's Reference" by Jill Norman. I've never seen one like this! It sounds more like a flavored oil sauce. Serve with poached or baked fish, grilled meats, artichokes, cauliflower or broccoli.