This recipe was posted from a restaurant in Tucson, Arizona. There are no tamales in the dish, but it does incorporate a cornmeal-type polenta with cheese, canned mild green chilies, corn and eggs. Sounds like it would be a great brunch item.
This recipe is taken from the Southern Living All-Time Favorites magazine. The ingredients are simple, but the finished product is a creamy concoction of down-home southern cuisine. Uses only 1/2 tsp. sugar and calls for milk vs. cream.
This recipe is taken from the Southern Living All-Time Favorites Magazine. The recipe also includes a Cilantro Pesto which is used inside the quesadillo and as a dipping sauce. Can't wait to try this dish!
Recipe from "A Cooking Affair" cookbook. What makes this different from other salmon cheese balls is the worcestershire sauce and the tiny amount of liquid smoke along with the horseradish. Sounds scrumptious!
This dish sounds absolutely delicious I can't wait to try this with some grilled chicken. While I did not see a picture of this dish -- I'd be willing to bet the presentation is beautiful. You could easily make this on a stove-top grill pan vs. the outdoor grill.
Another great recipe from the Grilling Maestros cookbook. Most of the cooking is done in the oven and then you place them on the grill for that wonderful smoked crust and flavor. This dish would be great with the Red Cabbage Salad with Pineapple and Sesame-Lime dressing.