I haven't actually tried this recipe. It comes from The Well-Filled Tortilla Cookbook which was a Christmas gift. I have tried several of the dishes from the book and all have been good. Now that summer is here, I can do these on the grill.
This recipe was found in one of those Pillsbury booklets--Easy Meals for 2. It is very colorful and makes a delicious veggie. It is cooked on a contact grill (George Foreman) and can be easily varied. We really enjoyed it.
This recipe is a nice change from the typical green salad. A great salad for summer cookouts. Goes very well with spicy grilled beef dishes. The cook time is the standing time. This is a Whole Foods recipe that called for chili powder and I used this with ground chiptole powder.
The recipe is from Kraft. The citrus flavors are wonderful with this spicy and moist tenderloin. The original recipe calls for a chipotle barbecue sauce; however, a diced chipotle in adobo can be used or chipotle ground chili powder. There are 2 cooking methods as when I originally made this the grill wasn't doing its job. Either on the grill or in the oven this is a wonderful recipe.
This recipe comes from Gifts from the Southwest Kitchen. The spiced chocolate mix is reminiscent of the popular Mexican varieties. This makes 10 servings or can be divided into individual servings (1/4 cup each) and given as a gift with a nice mug. Update: Annacia just Zamiled me that she has now mixed this with hot coffee with excellent results for a nice mocha.