I have googled ingredients to find a "real" name for this cocktail and came up with nothing, but it falls nothing short of AMAZING! --*--You can use any flavor fruity schnapps you prefer, peach and watermelon are my favorites! Cherry is pretty awesome too! To make a larger amount, keep liquor quantities equal (pint, fifth, 1/2 gal, even purchase a 1/2 gal. premix long island and add a fifth of schnapps for flavoring)--*--
Probably real similar to many Taco Salad recipes out there, but made some changes for my fiance and hope everyone can enjoy it as we do! We eat this as a main course fast meal, so the serving size is an estimate. Goes great for informal parties too!
*Sometimes I let the meat cool down and sometimes I mix everything while hot!
*The Taco Bell Medium Taco Sauce gives it a little heat. I have prepared it
with mild and medium and I prefer the medium blend.
*I use about 4/5 of the lettuce shreds but use your own judgement. I have used the whole bag before, I just find that after you refrigerate the more lettuce you have used the more soggy it is going to seem.
*Add tomatoes if you choose - my fiance is not a fan of tomatoes so I've never made it with tomatoes.
I took two recipes and made my own recipe with a few tweeks here and there. I
really enjoyed it and everyone that I have shared with has enjoyed it as well.
I hope you like it!!! :)
The Great Value Vegetable Medley is from Walmart and it is the only brand/store
that I have been able to find that mix. I don't care for "mixed vegetables"
that have the lima beans. But I listed all the ingredients that are in the
vegetable medley in case some alterations have to be made.
Fastastic creation my fiance made - and it got better after a couple times and alterations. Way better than the little store bought ones in my opinion - and it's large enough for a family to serve for dinner!!! :) Great with stuffing too!!! I add an extra corn because I love corn and use garlic or whatever seasoning I feel like that night. :)
Recipe I found on the internet years ago and I absolutely love it because it's different. Recipe yields enough for main dish, so cut down servings if you want it to go with a Mexican dinner, but I think it's fabulous! And easy to make! I usually use whole can of corn because I love corn!
This is really Olive Garden Alfredo Sauce. I absolutely love OG Alfredo and I got this recipe from a general manager. He told me after I bugged and bugged and bugged him! I haven't figured out the reheating yet...except for to reheat sauce slowly. Very slowly. The butter starts to separate if you reheat it too fast. The only place that I could find "white sauce base/mix" in my town was at Gordon's Food Service (restaurant supply store), which I guess can also be used to make biscuits. And I thought that 8 fl. oz and 1 cup were the same thing...even on a measuring cup...so I just measure to the 8 oz. line on a measuring cup. That was something that the manager emphasized to me.
In my opinion the best fried chicken I have ever had. My fiance told me it's better than his own mother's!!! LOVE IT! I have a little "Fry Daddy" fryer that I use to fry the chicken, but you can use a frying pan as well.
Bought a small deep fryer and thought I would try making some of my favorites that I have had in some restaurants. I took some to work and my co-workers thought they were pretty fabulous! I am not a huge fan of any seafood, but I LOVE these! A lot of these ingredients will be adjusted to your taste... Not your traditional crab rangoon either! The crescents give them a flakier, softer crust which I thought was fantastic, especially with the garlic butter flavor! I had left over mixture so I made a small crab cheese ball for my bartender too!
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