Use your garden-fresh veggies and herbs in the summer or use your garden veggies and herbs that are frozen for winter use. Except for onions and garlic, which generally lose flavor when frozen raw, I freeze my extra summer crops (note that tomatoes should be allowed to ripen before freezing) and make a large pot of this soup in the winter. I came up with this by simply throwing things in an 8qt pot. I've since made it 4 more times and it really hits the spot on a cold winter day. It's gotten from those who've gotten some of my extras that didn't fit in my freezer (I tend to make as much as I need to use up my extra tomatoes).
Here's a simple recipe that my mom's used for years. She picked it up somewhere in South America (either in Peru or Brazil). It's fast, easy and very tasty. The cinnamon makes all the difference. Using a tube pan makes it bake more evenly and more quickly and makes for a prettier presentation.
The best and easiest Ceviche recipe I've ever tasted (and I've tried them all over South America). It's quick, easy and disappears quickly. The habanero peppers make it spicy without giving it the distinctive flavor of jalapenos and it's great without hot peppers too. You can adjust any of the seasonings to suit your taste. I am not a cilantro fan, but this is the only recipe in which I will tolerate cilantro.
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