From Thia Cooking and More. Curry pastes are the heart of Thai cooking. While you can easily purchase a jarred curry paste, making your own allows you to adjust it for your own tastes. Use 2 teaspoons ground red pepper for a mild taste or 4 teaspoons for a hot paste.
Usually, chilaquiles are eaten at breakfast time. This makes them a popular recipe to use leftover tortillas and salsas. Chilaquiles are often thought to be a cure for the common hangover; this is because in Mexico it is believed that spicy foods help in the recovery process from a hangover.
Sinfully hot! These wings start out a little on the sweet side and then the heat sneaks up and bites you in the $%# ($%# was not what I was saying in my mind, but since this is a family site and all that). Dipping them in Ranch or Bleu Cheese dressing will ease the heat for those of you that can't take it. It also just tastes good.
A Turducken is a de-boned turkey stuffed with a de-boned duck, which itself is stuffed with a small de-boned chicken. The name is a portmanteau of those ingredients, turkey, duck, and chicken. The birds can be deboned the day before to save some time since this recipe requires a long slow cook time.
My favorite layer Mexican dip. Alicia and I will sometimes have this for dinner. Leave out the jalapeños if you find them too spicy and make it an 8 layer dip. Kids love the mild version of this dip. I usually make one of each when I am having guests. If it is just Alicia and I, we like it spicy.
Add Italian sausage and serve with a salad of spring greens and garlic bread as a main course or as a fresh side dish to any other main course. Either way, it is a delicious, fresh summery dish. Note: Please do not use canned tomatoes in this dish and do not over cook the cauliflower. The canned tomatoes turns the cauliflower into a very unappetizing pink color.