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    This is a pretty bar cookie to add to a holiday treat tray, and a nice change from the usual citrus bars of this type. May be garnished with fresh raspberries and mint leaves for extra visual "pop".

    Recipe #67110

    These were born out of a search for a recipe to duplicate the beloved mushrooms from the Longhorn Steakhouse. They are inspired because this is a combination of aspects from NurseDi's recipe 28766 and TheDancingCook's recipe 36869 (thanks to both of you!), along with my own tweaking. In addition to loving the mushrooms prepared this way, I also love the wonderful cooking liquid that is left over -- I keep it in the fridge for use in other dishes (such as soups and pot roasts) once the mushrooms are gone. Recipe is easily multiplied for more servings, and leftovers reheat well.

    Recipe #124336

    I use this one every year during rhubarb season. A Pennsylvania State Fair Butter Cookie Contest Winner, originally found on the Land O' Lakes website. Times do not include cooling time.

    Recipe #124335

    A nice variation on the typical grape jelly links. Easily multiplied for larger groups. Adapted from a BHG recipe. Cook times listed are for the stove top method.

    Recipe #124734

    The recipe is originally from chickensintheroad.com. I posted here for safe keeping and measuring nutritional value. Thank you chickensintheroad for coming up with such a versatile and convenient recipe that can be mixed in no time. This is the recipe to substitute for an 18.25 oz Betty Crocker boxed cake mix. Have you ever read the label on store-bought cake mixes? They’re packed with additives, preservatives, artificial coloring, oils, corn syrup, etc. Make up several batches of Homemade White Cake Mix at a time, store in the pantry, and whip ‘em out any time for a quick, easy cake with none of that stuff!

    Recipe #472384

    Make these soft shell tacos for my friend Lauren.

    Recipe #479156

    These tamales are a great base recipe that can actually be used with a meat filling instead, but this jalapeno, cheese and tomato filling is really amazing.

    Recipe #295441

    This tamale recipe is about as traditional as you can get, although I use a roast instead of the whole pig head that many Mexican women use. I have also used beef, but they just do not taste quite the same. These take about all day to make and are a lot of work, but they are so worth the time and the effort. Not for the faint-hearted cook for sure. They are a huge hit here in the West. For added flavor, top with either some of the red sauce used to prepare this recipe, or with my favorite, green chili sauce with pork, recipe #20574. Serve with sides of Spanish rice, refried beans topped with cheese and frosty margaritas for a delicious authentic Mexican meal. For an online tamale-making tutorial, including pictures, please see http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=188623 posted in the Mexican cooking forum.

    Recipe #15286

    This is the recipe I use to make recipe #15286. For an online tamale making tutorial, including pictures, please see http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=188623 posted in the Mexican cooking forum.

    Recipe #15301

    I've made and eaten my fair share of tamales and these are the best sweet tamales I have ever eaten! This is an Emeril Lagasse recipe and has become a new family tradition. My DBF suggested that next year we only make these and skip the pork tamales! I didn't use the banana leaves but instead soaked about 40 corn husks in warm water for 1/2 an hour and used those.

    Recipe #200725

    Chicken tamales with green sauce. This version of the tamale is sold every morning and late afternoon at special puestos (tamale stands) in Mexico. For an online tamale making tutorial, including pictures, please see http://www.recipezaar.com/bb/viewtopic.zsp?t=188623 posted in the Mexican cooking forum.

    Recipe #198199

    Sensational side dish. It takes a bit of work, but the effect will have your dinner guests talking! A slightly sweet little bundle topped with a smoky chipotle-sour cream sauce. I used a 1/4 cup cookie scoop to measure out the mixture for each tamale and got 16. From Nob Hill Foods website featuring recipes for Thanksgiving. I might try increasing the sugar and decreasing the masa and see if it will still stay together in a "tamale".

    Recipe #195597

    1 Reviews |  By Cynna

    This is a simple recipe for sweet pumpkin tamales. Sweet tamales are not served as a dessert in Mexico but along with savory tamales or other savory dishes. Posted for Zaar World Tour II '06

    Recipe #171045

    Sweet tamales, good for breakfast!

    Recipe #133632

    Recipe #133627

    Combined from several different recipes.

    Recipe #95667

    From BHG.com. Our shrimp and poblano-chile tamales are wonderful party fare because they freeze so well. Plus, we added Mexican Chihuahua cheese, a buttery semisoft cheese that melts beautifully, to the filling. Dried corn husks are the traditional wrapping, but you can also wrap the tamales in foil. Prep time: 1 hour. Cooking time: 40 to 45 minutes. Degree of difficulty: moderate. Low-calorie.

    Recipe #96920

    I don't drink coffee at all, so I haven't made this recipe, but it sounds very interesting, so I'm posting it for the benefit of those that like coffee. Another interesting ingredient here is the cream of wheat. This is a recipe from a famous Mexican chef. Preparation time does not include preparation of wrapping leaves.

    Recipe #117475

    Another adopted recipe! A nice mild sauce for tamales or enchiladas. Can be prepared ahead.

    Recipe #116940

    1 Reviews |  By Tish

    In response to a request. I have not made these myself...but have had many a happy New Years eating them when received from a neighbor! I have no idea how long this takes. Seems like the family all got together before the holiday and spent the day cooking various amazing Mexican delights.

    Recipe #43424

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