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    This is another custom twist on a recipe from my favorite cookbook. The original recipe is for Sopa de Elote, a sweet corn soup from Central America. I don't like vegetarian dishes and I don't like complicating recipes with too many fresh ingredients, so I simplified this and made it meaty. Consider adding 1-2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro or some diced jalapenos to change up the flavor. You can serve this with warm tortillas, cheese crisp, cheesy jalapeno bread, corn bread, whatever. I suggest garnishing with a tortilla strips, a shredded Mexican cheese blend, or even sour cream

    Recipe #412336

    This is a great recipe that a friend of mine has been bringing to office pot-lucks for years. I just got the recipe from him and made it myself. It's a unique and pretty decadent twist on traditional enchiladas. You can adjust the amount of green chiles and jalapenos to your particular taste. This recipe carries a little bite, but is not particularly hot (even using green chiles rated HOT). To pep it up, use 3 cans of green chiles and 2 cans of jalapenos. For potlucks or freezing, double or triple this recipe.

    Recipe #412138

    This is my twist on a Huevos Motulenos recipe from my Latin America (mostly Indian) cookbook. The original recipe calls for making the black beans part (Tsah Bi Bu'ul) from scratch, but I find using refried black beans is much simpler...it also calls for frozen peas (what?!?) and from-scratch Chiltomate sauce, but I personally like salsa verde better with eggs. All amounts listed for ingredients are approximate. Load up your tostada however you like it.

    Recipe #410734


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