I had this salad dressing many times during my stay at Duke Diet Fitness Center in Durham NC. It's low in calories and tasty.
Serving Size = 2 T.
Carbohydrates 2 g
Protein 0 g
Sodium 105 mg
This salsa is similar to the kind found in Mexican restaurants. It's very different from the canned type in the grocery. It's thin and flavorful. It's so easy to make, and you'll get many complements! You can change the amount of cayenne depending on how hot you like it.
This is good stuff - not the chunky kind but the kind you wish you could fit more of on your tortilla chip. Developed by San Francisco Chef Traci Des Jardins, cut out of an article in the New York Times food section. Tomatillos look like little green tomatoes in husks. If you don't have any available where you live, use a cup of salsa verde (green salsa) and adjust the additional heat downward accordingly. I've tried it both ways.
When our grandkids sleep over, we usually watch a movie; they like seasoned popcorn but we pefer the plain old buttered stuff! Thanx to Martha Stewart, we now spend a little quality time in the kitchen as each child "cooks up" a mix before "show time"! All of the variations can be doubled or tripled, depending on the size of the container you plan to use. The Italian mixture should be kept in the refrigerator, as it contains fresh cheese.
Line up your ziploc sandwich bags on the counter..fill and zip! Do an assembly line: put onion in each bag....then the salt...then chili powder....and so on. Ingredients are listed on a single bag basis.
My dad made this one day, and it's definitely a winner! Everyone who has tried this marinade loves it! My husband and I won't eat steak any other way. The amount of ingredients listed is just a very rough estimate. I usually don't measure, just pour!