Quinoa is a very high protein grain which originated in the Andes mountains of Bolivia and Peru as a staple food of the Incas. It's gluten-free and rich in L-lysine, phosphorus, calcium, iron, B vitamins, and vitamin E. A yet untried recipe submitted for Zaar World Tour II.
This risotto turned out wonderfully even the very first time I prepared it, with rice grains cooked al denté yet surrounded by delicious creaminess. A great comfort food from The Complete Cooking Light Cookbook (2000)
As soon as I get them home from the market, I like to blanch fresh green beans for about five minutes and then keep them in the refrigerater (where they keep for nearly a week) until I'm ready to make this tasty recipe from the Los Angeles Times.
Whenever I've made these scrumptious enchiladas they've been given thumbs-up all around. They are extra delicious made with Spicy Green Chile Verde Pork recipe #161036 for the cooked meat, but plain diced pork pieces will do in a pinch.
Thanks to the inclusion of coconut rum, it's difficult to detect any taste of alcohol in this extra creamy-delicious Piña Colada. The rum may be left out altogether for a delightful tropical drink your entire family will enjoy!
From Better Homes and Gardens New Cookbook, these soft, fluffy, and flaky biscuits are always a welcome addition to the table. They can be successfully made using a combination of two parts all-purpose and one part whole-wheat flour.
My mom and I have been baking these for as long as I can remember. They are delectable butter-type cookies served as favors at traditional Mexican weddings. They also make a wonderful addition to any Christmas goodie platter.
This creamy & delicious guacamole is something I've been making for many years, usually stirring it together just as everyone is sitting down to the table. The fresh guacamole needs no refrigeration and its ingredient amounts can be varied according to your preference. Enjoy!
My kids learned to love steamed broccoli at a very early age and asked for it often. They thought the broccoli florets looked like little trees which they enjoyed accompanied by yummy cheese sauce. "Trees and cheese" is what they fondly called this favorite!