Posting this for ZWT 2006, this is my favorite hot sauce. It is NOT for the faint of heart and even if you love the heat use it sparingly. You can of course use milder peppers than I tend to use. This is great as a condiment for practically anything. A little bit stirred into almost anything is wonderful too.
When trying a new recipe, making up a whole batch of muffins & then not really caring for the flavor or texture or both is pretty annoying. Here's a little quickie I picked up that only makes 4 muffins; healthy ones to boot. Almost like a try before you buy deal.
If you are a thin crust lover, then this is not for you, this recipe produces a thick, tender delicious crust. This is wonderful just brushed with olive oil then sprinkled with some kosher salt, garlic powder and the bit of shredded mozzeralla cheese on top and served warm just out of the oven with a plate of pasta, sooooo good! This recipe can be made either by hand or on your heavy-duty stand mixer, since there is a fair amount of dough to work with I stronly suggest to make this your stand mixer. For quicker rising use 1 tablespoon dry yeast.
The "Brown Stuff" name is what happened when Mama let Papa name the new recipe 35 years ago. Well, don't let the name put you off! It's an easy one and has become a *real* family favourite. Apparently it started life as a cake recipe of some sort which wouldn't quite work out right, so, liking the ingredients, she tinkered with it until she arrived at this. :) Pa's job was to come up with a name when she wrote it into the family recipe book.
Any spicy green and mild cheese can be substituted with great success. Very easy but VERY tasty. The dressing is simple so use the best and freshest greens and cheese you can find- I have even used locally produced sheep, goat and cow cheeses- just keep it similar in flavor- like a good queso fresco- thanks cg for the suggestion! The secret is the spicy green with the mild cheese. Keep those two in mind when choosing any substitution. Amazing little salad based on a Whole Foods Recipe. Posted for World Tour 2005.
If you love Chile con Queso, sink you teeth into this cheesy gooey burger for a real taste explosion! Have a napkin and some tortilla chips ready to catch what your mouth misses because you will want to save every bite! Beer Recommendation: A rich malty, roasty beer that absorbs the heat and provides a great counterpart to chilies and grilled meat is a good choice to pair with these burgers. If you happen to find a Noche Buena, a great dark beer from Mexico, this would be my first choice. Second would be Negra Modelo, a slightly sweet brew with some fruitiness, it's malty for a Mexican beer and goes well with Anaheim and Jalapenos.