A friend requested this for Thanksgiving this year as it is an old childhood favorite of his. I had to do some looking to find it and didn't see it here so had to share :-) It's very rich, but incredibly tasty!!!
This is an award winning soup recipe. The soup should be silky and smooth but not thick; it should be spicy, but not too hot; it should have a sharpness of tomato and lemon, but not be sour; it should taste of peanuts, but not of peanut butter. It freezes beautifully.
Note - I just adopted this one -- it was originally posted by my friend Mean Chef -- the intro is perfect and is exactly what you should be tasting in the final product! :-)
This is an adaptation of the soup that the restaurant in my building makes...and the SA's have been wanting me to post it, so here we go..I must warn though -- this is not a measured thing when I make it, so adjust amounts to your taste and have fun!
This is from the Tillamook Cheese Factory - some of the best cheese in the world!!!!! Of course I'm biased cause they're in my home state :-) This is my fave beer cheese soup -- you can use other cheese, just make sure it's extra sharp!
This casserole comes from the "Los Barrios Family Cookbook" and although it is tasty with just plain chicken, it is elevated to sublime using Canary Girl's Chicken Verde. Just make sure you drain any excess liquid off the chicken. Assemble the dish right before baking -- if you do it in advance, the sauce may make the tortilla strips soggy. You can buy green tomatillo sauce in cans, but I have also posted Los Barrios recipe.
This has become one of my favorite sandwiches. Keep in mind that you can alter the quantities of the items on the sandwich any way you want. I usually cook the pork tenderloin immediately before making the sandwiches, but it can be done with leftover pork. Adapted from recipe in "Sunset Magazine".