We love this Queso! Recipe comes from one of my favorite cookbooks, "The Texas Experience." Especially good to make ahead and freeze in small amounts or in large amount for a party. You can keep warm in a small crockpot. I would think you could add sausage or ground beef although we eat it without added meat. I am guessing on number of servings and time to make as I have never paid attention when I have made this.
This comes from Sundays at The Moosewood Restaurant. It sounds like the ultimate comfort food! Times are a guess as I have no made this yet. I am waiting for cold weather! My estimate does not include time to soak beans. This soup takes time to cook so wait till a day when you will be home for several hours.
This was saved in my stash which I am trying hard to clean out. Originally found in the Dallas Morning News many years ago. The original recipe called for chicken pieces but you could use cooked chicken or turkey and add after the rice is cooked. Times are figured on the basis of using uncooked chicken pieces. It would take much less time if using cooked chicken or turkey. I hope the instructions are not to confusing.
This is very similar to my favorite primavera at a local restaurant. I favor primavera without the cream sauce - just some lemon juice, olive oil and a little white wine. Oh yeah, a lot of garlic. Times are just a guess.
This is a vegan version and does not use traditional kao yum which includes dried shrimp. If you can't find all the ingredients, just use the ones that are available. Time does not include cooking the rice.
This was in my clipping stash which I am trying to clean out. Salmon is not traditional Thai but with the typical Thai seasonings, it should fit right in. The sauce is optional but sounds delicious. I am always looking for fish recipes as we try to incorporate 2 to 3 servings a week.
I used those Ziplock Steamer bags to cook my broccoli for 2 minutes and I had the Shallot Salt on hand but I don't know if that is essential - I think you can season with salt and pepper and if you have, a minced shallot - or not! Prep time includes steaming the broccoli.