This is a pretty easy soup, I do roast the tomatoes to really intensify the flavor and you have to chop a few ingredients, but it is very easy and full of flavor. The corn salsa comes together in just a couple of minutes and can be made as the soup cooks. I serve this of course topped with the corn salsa, tortilla chips and sour cream.
This will be hit at any party not just for taste but for A beautiful presentation of a Tex Mex 7 layer salad. Lots of flavor.
The green salsa consists of Tomatillos, Onions, Chilies, Cilantro. Try one of these Recipe #84339 or Recipe #97531 or buy your favorite brand of Salsa Verde.
Salad can be made the day before and refrigerated.
I adapted this from a recipe I saw on TV many years ago, which used egg and sour cream as the filling. This is a big family favourite, which is easily adapted by adjusting the heat of the enchilada sauce (I like to use Texas Red Enchilada Sauce #42094)
I love crockpot cooking & have posted 2 other recipes today I thought were special. This is the last & looks so good to me, but I'll probably never be able to make it here in Iceland for lack of the pina colada drink mix I've never seen. This would surely be for a special occasion & the directions look a little labor intensive to me, but I hope someone not intimidated, but equally intrigued will try this just so I'll know whether it's truly as good as it appears it should be. Prep time was a pure guess & did not include cooking time.
NOTE: Despite several tries, I wasn't able to correct or delete the word powdered from the drink mix ingredient. This is a frozen liquid.
A quick, easy and somewhat healthy dinner fix for anytime you need to get dinner on the table quickly and keep 'em happy! Can even be a great appetizer or dip for a party. ;) I use this often and it keeps everyone asking for it over and over. Black olives are a great addition for a dip- or if your family will eat them - I use them off and on depending on if I have them in the house!
These look really yummy. I am sure if you like things with more of a kick you could use a hotter chilli powder but I am a spice wimp so this is right on target for my taste buds. I found this in the Winter 2008 copy of the BBC Easy Cook magazine.
A friend gave this recipe to me and she got it off the internet as it was very similar to her husband's chile who happens to be a fire man.
Refrigerate over night in pot before eating. Not essential, but I think it tastes better, as all of the ingredients blend and meld together nicely.
Another recipe from the Simple 1-2-3 Easy Appetizers cookbook. These tasty taco quiches are a party favorite. The "crust" is a flour tortilla and the quiches are comprised of ground beef, taco seasoning, cheddar cheese, black olives, and sour cream.