This recipe is a bit different from the Chinese variation. My Mother in Law taught me how to make this dish which was handed down from her Mother in Law and my husband requests it often. It's one of those comforting dishes that will become a staple.
Sopes are very traditional in mexican households. The toppings range from just beans and cheese, to eggs, shredded chicken or beef, picadillo, or even just guacamole. To form the sopes you will need either a tortilla press orflat plate or the bottom of a skillet. Also, you will need plastic wrap or a small ziploc bag cut into two pieces and the zipper cut off.
I made these last night as I am in the induction phase of atkins and needed something like comfort food. They are delicious. I ate one patty with an omelette this morning for breakfast and couldnt even tell the different between that and potato hashbrowns.
My MIL has been making this soup for my husband since he was a small child. Definitely comfort food in his book. Please do not pass this recipe of thinking its time consuming or complex. I promise if you think of it in two easy steps it really is simple. One of the tastiest soups I have ever had.
This dish is very popular in El Salvador during the holidays. You take the squash out of the cooking liquid and pour hot milk over it and eat it as a soup. I do not care to eat it that way but I do love eating the squash plain right out of the cooking liquid. The dish gives of a wonderful aroma and lasts for many hours after cooking has ended.
This filling is delicious in tamales. I have also used it for enchilads or to top tostadas and to fill burritos. I love it best in tamales though. You can omit the zuchinni if you are not a fan but it really sets this recipe apart from the rest.
Yes, this is a copy cat of McDonald's steak egg and cheese bagel that has been off of the menu for quite some time. It is so delicious but easy enough to make at home that you wont even care that you cant get it through drive thru anymore.
I was in search for a pasta salad that had tuna in it....I came across a recipe that I thought would be perfect but made so many changes I had to post it as a new recipe. I hope you like this recipe as much as I did. Cook time equals cook time for pasta. Prep time is the time it takes to assemble the rest of the ingredient with the cooked pasta.
My son loves this pizza which is why it is named after him. I let him assemble the toppings on the pizza and then I slide it in the oven to bake until bubbly and hot! I usually make one half for my son, and the other for my husband and I. I used two loaves of bread for my sons birthday party and came out with 24 slices of pizza. The kids raved!
I love this seasoning for skewered meat whether its lamb, chicken, or beef. Its also delicious on air popped pop corn and mixed with olive oil and balsamic vinegar to make a fantastic salad dressing. Cook time is the time to put the spice mix in the jar.