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    ZWT8 Pesto Lover Mexican Cookbook


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    This is to easy and delicious. I use a pressure cooker for this, so it is very fast to prepare. The preparation and cooking time does not include about 15 minues of waiting time for meat to cool off. Do not use bottled or fresh salsa for this recipe. It requires the 8 oz canned salsa casera found in the Mexican food section of the market. I use Embassa brand. Herdez brand is almost as good. We usually use this for taquitos. This makes enough for 36 taquitos.

    Recipe #305764

    These are really good - moist and flavorful. Great use for leftover roast turkey or chicken. The green sauce is the type known as "taco sauce". I serve these on shredded iceberg lettuce, topped with sliced radishes, The sides are usually Mexican rice and refried beans, though a lot of times we just eat them plain, as a snack. My kids like to top these with Tapatio sauce or with salsa. One of my friends tops them with sour cream and salsa.

    Recipe #324184

    This is a typical rice and chicken dish in Spain, though every family has its own recipe. It is great for company, served with a salad. Though there are a lot of ingredients, this is easy to put together.

    Recipe #418602

    I like there to be a little crunch in my corn muffins. By using a small amount of polenta or coarse grind cornmeal added to the regular cornmeal you get out of a box of Albers, you achieve a crunch in the muffin, which I think is just perfect.

    Recipe #429738

    This is an Ecuadorean soup with a good flavor. The ingredients are very typical to Ecuador. I sometimes use half beef stock and half chicken stock, for a lighter flavor. Achiote oil is optional. You can use Recipe #244296. This could be made vegetarian by using a good vegetable stock and omitting the butter. Recipe from Cocinemos Con Kristy, Tomo 2.

    Recipe #429750

    Great on chicken. Recipe from El Cholo Restaurant in Los Angeles.

    Recipe #484351

    Recipe #484306

    A great breakfast, brunch or lunch can be made with these easy to prepare egg cups. Level of heat is determined by the salsa you use.

    Recipe #484414

    A tasty salad that is easy to prepare and makes a beautiful presentation.

    Recipe #484417

    We love this chicken. The marinade whips up in a minute in the food processor or blender. Preparation time does not include time to marinate.

    Recipe #484420


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