Ready, Set, Cook! Reynolds Wrap Contest Entry. This recipe combines traditional Mexican flavors and creates a fun "stack up" meal. It uses Reynolds Wrap Aluminum Foil to steam off the skin of the poblano pepper, as well as tent the dish while baking. This can be served as a main dish casserole or a yummy appetizer if sliced into small pieces.....great football food. Six servings as a main dish casserole or 12-15 appetizer sizes. If you like things hotter, add some diced jalapenos and garnish with jalapenos as well. Enjoy!
A stove-top method. Taken from the expanded new edition of her classic best-selling book, Madhur Jaffrey's Indian Cooking, this is the recipe that Jaffrey says took the spice out of a major city in England. As she explains it: "My new book was first published in England, by the BBC. Shortly after it came out, The
Manchester Guardian ran a story which said that the city had run out of fresh
spices: Everyone was making Lemony Chicken with Coriander!"
This is not your ordinary meatloaf. Horseradish in both the meat mixture and the saucy topping creates a really nice flavor throught this meatloaf. From America's Best Recipes, submitted by Maxine Johnston Scholtz.
I love dumplings/pot stickers and these are seriously good. From Canadian LCBO's Food and Drink Magazine. I am sure that these would work with chicken or turkey instead of pork. You can freeze these dumplings for an easy plan-ahead appetizer / snack / dinner. Serve with Recipe #397489.
I found this recipe on CopyKat Recipes about ten years ago. It no longer appears to be on the site. I've never tried it, but want to put it here for safekeeping. I used to live in Waco, and loved to eat at Casa Ole - their green sauce was one of my favorite things.