I came across a recipe recently that called for dry enchilada mix but I couldn't find it at the store. I searched around a bit and eventually came up with this recipe to use in its place. One recipe is the equivalent of a 1.5 oz package.
I made this up after seeing an episode of Rachael Ray's 30 Minute Meals where she made something similar. I've used Ben & Jerry's Strawberry Kiwi Swirl sorbet in place of the lime sorbet so feel free to substitute your favorite fruity flavor! Goes down fast and smooth so be careful!
I had some shredded carrot to use and was thinking it would be tasty with peanut butter...after a quick search, I came up with this tasty morsel. Adapted from a cookbook by JoAnna Lund. I've also made this with chopped dried fig in place of the raisins; dried cherries or cranberries would be good too.
This is a quick & easy dressing that I did my best to search for but couldn't find already posted. The original recipe came from a potluck and was on a salad of lettuce, bell pepper, mandarin oranges and sliced almonds. I really like it with a simple salad of lettuce and feta cheese. I had to guess at servings - it makes quite a bit and a little goes a long way. If you don't like sweet dressings, you might want to make another recipe LOL
I adopted this from the Recipezaar account. Suggested dippers: veggies, sausage, corn chips, and/or tortilla chips. After making this (7/08) I decided to reduce the amounts of spices - the original recipe called for 1 Tbsp/each, cumin & coriander - I used 1 tsp/each. Please feel free to experiment for your own taste though! :)
I adopted this from the Recipezaar account and updated the ingredients/instructions after making it. Updated again to add capers to ingredients. Serve as a spread for sandwiches or with crackers, veggies, bread cubes, and/or cheese sticks as a dip.
This is the fudge sauce from my ice cream pie recipe (#7549). It is so rich and wonderful I decided it deserved being posted by itself. I could drink it, it's that good! Makes a great sauce for dipping bananas, brownies or for pouring over ice cream (of course!) Store any left-overs (ha!) in the fridge and reheat in the microwave for about 20 seconds.
This was inspired by a recipe I saw on Kraft Foods' website, but made my own way. I really enjoyed the smoky spicy hit from the chipotle in the coleslaw paired with the rest of the ingredients. If you want more spice, use a whole chile instead of half. I like to individually freeze the remaining chiles from the can with a little adobo sauce on each one, then bag and save in the freezer for future recipes.