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    These are SO GOOD! Pretty enough for a Ladies Luncheon, yet kid friendly, too! I like to serve them with a tossed salad, spanish or mexican rice, and refried beans and chips! (Canned/pre-cooked chicken, or a rotisserie chicken, can be substituted for quicker prep-time.) Note: These enchiladas are very mild and creamy, not spicy! Not everything in Mexico is eaten spicy hot! The filling before baking, also will taste bland. But that's because they haven't melted together. After baking, they are VERY creamy and delicious, and have a very unique flavor. Any altering of this recipe will totally change the flavor and I really wouldn't recommend it.

    Recipe #52161

    These are truly the best! ENJOY!

    Recipe #53159

    Thick, rich and hearty beef stew that is anything BUT bland, if you know what I mean! It took me several years to perfect this recipe, and I'm proud to say that it was recently published in Taste of Home magazine! I'm a Midwest meat and potatoes kind of girl, and always liked beef stew, but it was always just "ok". Even people that say they don't care for spicy foods really liked it! Hope you try it! Enjoy!

    Recipe #100379

    This makes a lot...BUT..."one for the potluck and one for HOME" is what DH loves! He hates it when we take dishes to gatherings and there's none left!! So, you can put this all into one pot, or divide it into two.

    Recipe #120245

    Don't buy that jarred stuff, lol, it's too expensive!! It's really easy to make homemade! :)

    Recipe #130544

    I LOVE fajitas, but restaurants seem to , well, kinda rip you off on the meat part! LOL! Seems there are an AWFUL lot of peppers and onion...PLUS, gosh, why is everything SO expensive? So much better to make them yourself! This is my "concoction", I love them with Spanish Rice (Zatarain's), and any kind of dip/salsa and chips! Make them at home and your house will smell so good the neighbors will be knocking at your door! *You can easily make a half a batch, too.

    Recipe #133950

    My mom used to make these every year with her Spanish class students. We LOVE them! Kind of a mexican version of elephant ears, but different. VERY addicting! This makes a lot, so you may want to cut the recipe in half.

    Recipe #134270

    This is what you actually get at a lot of mexican restaurants! Really good!!

    Recipe #136923

    The first time I ever had “buffalo wings”, I just about flipped!! What an awesome idea that lady from Buffalo, New York had!!! Ever since then, I’ve used the same concept making dips, pizzas, salads, and my latest concoction…HOAGIES! They are REALLY good!!

    Recipe #137060

    I LOVED this dished that a local Mexican restaurant called the "Hacienda" used to serve, until they changed chefs, and it was AWFUL! So, I went home and came up with my own, (better!), version! At least in MHO!! It's like a Mexican-Style Fettucini Alfredo. REALLY good!!

    Recipe #137080

    These are really fun!! Taste great and a nice way to use up any leftover taco "fixin's"!! Not dry at all, and look really pretty, too! Top with your own favorite toppings! Just have fun! :)

    Recipe #162750

    I love making these for family and friends! Spicy, cool and creamy all at once! Great for summer BBQ's!

    Recipe #165433

    There is a fantastic Mexican restaurant nearby called the "Hacienda", and they are FAMOUS for their "wet burritos". (Which basically means they are SMOTHERED in cheese!!!! LOL!!) They are WONDERFUL!! Here is my very own version of them! (These are big, but that's the way they serve them at the restaurant.) Don't let the lengthy directions fool you!!! They are EASY to make!!!! Hope you try them! :)

    Recipe #206273

    While many North Americans think of tacos as having crisp, fried shells, authentic Mexican tacos are made with soft, fresh corn tortillas. The traditional preparation is the smart choice, as unfried corn tortillas are low in fat and made with whole grains. From MSN.

    Recipe #360762

    A great combination of jalapeno poppers and buffalo wings! I love experimenting, and this one was a keeper!

    Recipe #363629


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