I have been trying for years to duplicate the salsa served in authentic Mexican restaurants. I've tried soooo many recipes, and none of them ever panned out. Too juciy, too pasty, too sweet, too bland....So I came up with my own through much trial and error. This recipe makes a medium-hot temperature. Warning: This is addictive! The only way to make it better is to serve it with fresh guacamole.
From Everyday Food. The instructions state that you can also use a rotisserie chicken; skip step 1, and add the chicken in step 4 as directed. I haven't made this yet, but I would probably use white wine in place of the water used is steps 2 and 3.
You can use almost any kind of noodle in this dish. Originally from Everyday Food. I guess a taste for sweetness is subjective, because we love this dish! Sometimes I add fresh orange zest, cilantro and crushed red pepper.
From Everyday Food. I haven't tried these yet, but am planning adding to my Holiday cookie baskets. Update: Thanks to Gayla's kind review I had to make these NOW. Soooo glad I did, some of the best cookies I've ever made. Almost like a chocolate covered cherry cookie. Maybe I just make big cookies, but I only ended up with about 24, and 11 1/2 minutes was just the right bake time for my oven.
From Cooking Light, this is a wonderful side or light main dish. It is good even without the pine nuts if you don't have them on hand, also any herb will work for the basil, you just may need a little more or less depending on the herb.
This is a Rachael Ray recipe I modified quite a bit to suit our tastes, so feel free to play with it to suit yours. So good, I crave it if we don't have it twice a month. I serve it with homemade pizza sauce.
This is another Rachael Ray recipe I make all the time. The only modification I made was to cut the meat in half, from two to one pound. I simmer mine for about 45 min when I have the time.It is also good without the corn cakes.