Chicken first simmers in tomatoes, chile peppers and creamy soup to seal in the flavors, gets wrapped in tortillas, and then bakes in that same stew. Top with enchilada sauce and Cheddar. You'll need to marinate the chicken in your favorite marinade before cooking begins!
Browned ground beef is combined with packets of ranch dressing mix and taco seasoning in this soup with tomatoes, green chilies, kidney beans and canned hominy. Serve with sour cream and grated cheese.
I came up with this recipe one night for dinner and my husband and family loved it and it has become a regular for us. The combination of spiced apples and brie cheese is amazing. Great served with a spring lettuce salad. You can also make this as an appetizer by using a baguette loaf instead of sourdough slices.
Browned ground beef is combined with a can of hot chili beans, chopped onion and tomato paste in a skillet, then seasoned with chili powder and seasoning salt in this recipe for a thick and hearty chili.
Chicken breasts are coated in a pecan breading, and fried in a skillet. Then a rich bourbon sauce is poured over them before serving. This is a fabulous recipe that my Mother gave me from a upscale restaurant in New York. It is to die for. ENJOY!!
Tender bay scallops are cooked quickly in a tasty sauce of garlic, onion, white wine, chicken broth and Romano cheese. Toss fresh green parsley into the mix and pour over cooked linguine. Serve with a sprinkling of Romano cheese.
If you are tired of the same old potato or macaroni salad and want raves, try this at your next picnic or pot luck! This recipe can be easily adapted depending on the veggies and dressing you use. Salad can be made the night before; however, add dressing just before serving.
I used to make this in a restaurant where I worked. I have modified it for the home cook. You definitely need curing salt for this recipe. When you buy the pork butt, ask the butcher for the curing salt. Mine just gave me the salt I needed. I make this about twice a summer. It's the hit of any BBQ!!