"You can use commercially canned or homegrown pumpkin for this recipe. If doing the latter, bake the pumpkin rather than boil it in order to get a drier, denser product. After scraping the baked flesh from the rinds, use an electric mixer to beat until smooth. Remove any tough, fibrous pieces that didn’t cook down." - Hobbyfarmers.com
After thinking and thinking about what to do with Tilapia filets I decided I was going to use the "same" recipe G-Pa used for his empanadas. I twisted it a little but boy did these came out great! You can either place the crackers in the blender (for more smoothnes) or you can place them in a plastic bag and just crush (I prefer this one, I hate to pull out the blender just for crackers!). I might be a little off on the measurements for the seasonings (I apologize) but I will say just go "by taste".
I got this recipe from a Kitchenaid cookbook. It is very very good. This is also the first bread I've ever made!!!!
I added couple more things to the recipe; for example I added garlic powder and I also added pressed garlic into the butter along with some italian herb blend.
The recipe is posted as it is in the book.
Since it yields two loaves, I froze 1.5 of it.
After so much trial and error I gave up trying to make this recipe just like Gma's. This is the one I use. I try to keep it as "low-fat" possible by not adding bacon or sausage like other recipes call for.
Very healthy and tasty recipe. I wanted to stuff chicken breasts but didn't have some of the ingredients for the recipes posted here in RZ. I saved the trip to the grocery store and came up with this one.
I found this one at a Puerto Rican website (El Boricua.com) when I was not able to get a hold of GMa to tell me how to make them. :)
It makes the process way much simple than the traditional. Yummy yummy!