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    If ever you need Tomato sauce for a recipe but you ran out and all you have is that thick hard to work with tomato paste? Then this is what you need to do to make it a sauce. I came opun this when i needed sauce and only had paste.

    Recipe #283863

    This is the easiest Mole recipe you will ever find. I use a premade Mole sauce and spice it up to the amount of hotness I want. The brand I use is usually found in Wal-Mart. I use boneless skinless chicken thighs but any other chicken part can be used. The cooking time if really depending on how long the chicken cooks and how long you wait for the cooling of the water for the blending.

    Recipe #209146

    My Husband one day took the left over chicken breast and made these yummy Chicken Quesadillas. Since then we actually cook the chicken to make them. Its easy and you don't have to go to a restaurant and pay 10 dollars for only 1 !!! If you don't want to make the chicken simply wait until one day when you have left over chicken, roasted chicken makes them taste really good. I wanted to go buy one of those "under a lamp" chickens just so I can make them. Tip: The onions for this recipe i like to cut them in slices, just cut up the onions in circles and then half the circles, thin slices are the best unless you want your Quesadillas to be really bulky, the chicken is bulky enough. (One of my step asks you to specifically place your tortillas a certain side up, I do it that way so I don't warm the tortillas too much making them hard. Flour tortillas tend to burn faster then corn tortillas. I like my quesadillas cheese soft not crunchy hard). (I estimated the time for both prep and cook, we all have our different ways of cooking and prep-ing or foods it may take less time for you or more)

    Recipe #200392

    Everybody knows what guacamole is. If you don't then here is your chance to make it yourself. Its easy! No cooking required either! By the way i consider this the real Mexican Style since i am a Mexican myself and in my family we have prepared it like this forever. The ingredients are almost identical to the Pica de Gallo recipe i have posted here recipe #195962

    Recipe #199645

    1 Reviews |  By Sami D

    Many people here in the US call them 'Taquitos' they are basically corn tortillas rolled up with, in this case chicken. In this recipe I am also putting cheese in them so that the chicken stays in the tortilla when you are frying them. You can fry them in a skillet with about an inch of oil or you can go with a deep fryer which in my opinion much easier and goes faster. But if you don't have a deep fryer simply do it in a deep frying pan and roll the 'flauta' with a fire resistant tongs carefully so you don't splash the oil and burn yourself. I use wooden toothpicks to keep the 'Flautas' closed while frying. Simply place the toothpick on the flap of the tortilla like you would a pin when you are holding two fabrics together when you are going to sew them together. This Flautas are best eaten along with Refried Bean, Rice, and Guacamole. And of course a side salad if you want to eat something not deep fried or refried =P Note: the prep time is not counting the preparation of boiling and shredding your chicken that takes about 45 minutes depending on how much you are making and how long you wait for it to cool down before shredding it.

    Recipe #199643

    I do this rice all the time, i learned wheni was young while i watched my mother cooking it herself. Its incredibly easy to make. So me people call it 'Arroz Rojo' - 'Red Rice' just because it takes the redish orange color of the tomatoes sauce. We usually eat this rice as a side dish to anything like Mole or any other mexican Dish.

    Recipe #199280

    Ok i learned to make this Pico de Gallo from my mother who learned it from her mother and it has been like that since the women in my family has been making it. This Pico de Gallo can can be as tangy as you want it to be if you want more lime add more if you want more spicyness add of course more jalapeños. Tips: Remove the seedsand veins of the peppers if you dont want it to be too spicy hot. Optoinal: Add Avocado to give the Pico de Gallo a blend between the spicy Jalapeños and the sweet Avocado. But be advised when you use Avocado you must eat it sooner since Avocado goes bad faster then the other ingredient, but the good news is that the acidic nature of the jalapeño keeps the avocado from spoiling so soon. Store in a sealable container in the fridge.

    Recipe #195962

    Well i love to cook this all the time. My mother used to make it alot when we were younger. Its easily adaptable to make for a large number of people. And different veggies can be subtituded to your taste. We usually had this dish with red rice on the side. Tip: If you want less fat simply boil the ground beef and drain out the fat it releases along with the water. In reality i do this all the time so i feel less guilty about eating seconds and thirds. The serving size may be different if you like me have a husband that sizes dont matter and he could eat the whole pot if i placed it before him

    Recipe #194526

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