I was eating dinner a couple weeks ago at a local mexican restaurant and was inspired to come up with a copy cat recipe of their Chipotle Enchilada Sauce. This is my take on the sweet, spicy, and smoky sauce I enjoyed there. You can kick up the fire in this recipe by adding more chipotle chile's to taste. Note ** This sauce can be prepared a day ahead of time and warmed back up on low for 10 minutes before serving or rolling your enchiladas.
This recipe is very versatile, you can add in more veggies, use different types of meats or change the ingredients as you prefer. This is worth the effort and I promise you will not be disappointed. This recipe goes with Recipe #332519. I usually make this with Turkey if I am preparing it during the holidays but this recipe I am featuring chicken for those that do not like turkey or are cooking during a time when turkey is not available for an inexpensive price.
This sauce is used in a lot of Salvadorean recipes. It is the recipe for the red chile in Tamales Salvadorenas, it is the base recipe for Sopa De Pata, and is also the base recipe for the sauce that is poured over Panes Rellenos (a smothered torta served during the holidays). Prep time in this recipe is to get all of the ingredients ready to be cooked together into the final chile sauce.
These beans are wonderful as a side dish to accompany your favorite meat, or even for breakfast served alonside eggs. Delicious! Note: Preperation time does not include soaking the beans over night. To make this dish in no time at all you can used undrained canned pinto beans.
These taquitos are so good. They can be frozen ahead of time and pulled out a few at a time for a quick dinner. Prep time includes 4 hours freeze time and 6 hours crock pot time. Also the cook time is specific to baking time, it is less if you fry them.
You will be amazed at how corn on the cob which usually took 30 minutes to an hour now takes 2 minutes per ear. My grandmother was out here in Denver visiting me (she is from Alabama) and she showed me this. I couldnt beleive how a microwave could do an ear of corn so good!
I only get to enjoy these potatoes two times a year, Christmas and Thanksgiving. I am 2 1/2 months pregnant and have been craving them lately. I think anyone who loves comfort classics will enjoy this recipe as it goes great with anything especially prime rib, turkey, or ham. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!