A favorite drink we had in Jamaica! A friend just came back and I asked him to get the recipe for this! It's just plain ole YUMMY! I prefer Appleton's Spiced rum but any dark or spiced rum will be just fine!!! Enjoy! (Prep time includes freezing the fruit...)
Very simple to make and still delicious. I don't usually buy canned rolls but on occasion I resort to the fastest and easiest spectacular dishes. This is one of those. Of course with cream cheese in them, how could you go wrong?
This is absolutely DIVINE! We didn't leave one crumb on the platter. I had forgotten about this recipe until my son asked me to make it again. Using a filo dough for the crust makes it much simpler than a traditional homemade strudel crust! From Steven Raichlen's "Big Flavor Cookbook".
This is a one fantastic version of the classic Brunch drink, the Bloody Mary! You have to love spicy to try this though....DO NOT attempt if you do not like hot peppers!!!! Oh, it's sooo good. I always add pickled okra to these Cajun Mary's!! The recipe is for 4 drinks. The mix keeps well in the fridge for several weeks (leave vodka and garnish out of course).
Doctor, doctor, give me the news.... You'll feel no pain after one of these babies! Another tropical style drink...There are a couple other Pain Killer recipes here on Zaar but neither of them had the same amounts or ingredients. This one is delicious!
Moist and yummy this recipe is a bit healthier than the standard sweet bread recipe. I always double the recipe and make some mini loaves to share with teachers, neighbors etc. This is super excellent with a fat free whipped cream cheese spread with a little fruit and/or honey blended in.
Simplistic and delicious! High heat roasting of the carrots intensifies the flavor and almost caramelizes them. This really is the best way to cook almost all root vegetables to get the full flavor of the vegetable! Preparation time includes peeling and cutting carrots. You can eliminate this if you use precut or washed baby carrots.
Hot Buttered Rum is a classic recipe for a winter beverage! Every ski slope I've ever been to serves these! It's also a wonder holiday party drink! This is the continuation of my Hot Buttered Rum MIX recipe! It's a super simple drink if you have the mix already made up and ready to go! Cook time is the time to boil the water! Please make sure you see the Spice Mix recipe to complete this drink!
Hot Buttered Rum is the PERFECT drink for a cold winter day! These are what we always drink when there is snow on the ground but it's really a great drink for any day you feel like you need to nurture yourself! The mix without rum will keep for months in the refrigerator, ready for that perfect evening....
I wasn't sure how to post this with the rum so decided to post the mix separately as the mix makes way more than one drink!!
This is absolutely WONDERFUL !! Every summer, for 9 years now, I hope to find this Ice Cream flavor back on the menu at my favorite Ice Cream shop. But alas, I have finally found the recipe myself! Thanks to Melissa Symington from Neche, North Dakota! You will NOT be sorry you made this! I did not include the time to freeze the ice cream in the prep time as all ice cream makers are different...
This is a wonderful tamale filling! Full of flavor and a very traditional recipe. I have posted the recipe for the shredded pork separately. Please note that the amount of shredded pork used is an estimate. The recipe calls for a 2 1/2 pound pork butt. The amount of pork you end up with, will depend on fat, bone, etc.
This recipe came from the Arizona Republic Newspaper and is absolutely wonderful. The directions for the masa dough for the tamales can be found on the package or see my recipe for fresh masa mix (much more work than the packaged masa mix).
This recipe does not include the preparation or assembly of the tamales. It is just the recipe for the filling. Prep time does not include preparation of pork or assembly of tamales.
This is a very traditional recipe for preparing pork to go into other recipes. This is especially good for tamales or enchiladas or burritos. Simple and easy. Freeze some for future use. The stock is also great for rice or other dishes where you would need pork stock. Make sure you use the whole head of the garlic as this adds a lot of flavor!
An unusual recipe for Mole Sauce that is just divine! Impress your partner or family with this "gourmet" Mexican sauce on your favorite meat. Mole is a very traditional sauce that is found in many authentic Mexican dishes. You can make the sauce up to week ahead of time, leaving the chocolate out. To serve, heat in a saucepan and stir in the white chocolate.
Pipián is an earthy, pureed seed sauce that is traditional in Mexican cooking. Often made using pumpkin or squash seeds this recipe uses a few different seeds but you can easily substitue any that you prefer. This recipe is a more modern version of this very typical and grand recipe! I would suggest serving this over or with rice.
This sauce is great on anything but especially meats. I use sauces on rice many times as if it were gravy. This one is one of my favorites! It is not the commercial, brand pepper sauce sold under the same name but it is still a great recipe! I would rate this "medium" hot. **Prep time includes allowing the sauce to blend for 7 days!