A simple recipe to follow that yields great results. From now on, I'm making my own hummus instead of buying it and spending more $$. Thanks for the recipe!
I have made these slow cooker ribs 4 times now and they are a HIT with a picky 16 year-old who now requests them every week! I season them with garlic powder and a touch of ground cinnamon (not too much) in addition to the salt and pepper. I have some good tips for coating the ribs with the barbecue sauce before putting them into the oven. I place about half the bottle of barbecue sauce in an oblong, plastic bowl and thin out the sauce with about 1/4 cup of water---not too runny, though (use a little bit of water at a time). Using tongs, I then place one portion of ribs into the sauce bowl to coat them with sauce one portion at a time (I always cut my rack of ribs into 2 or 3 rib portions before seasoning and cooking them in the crock pot). Using the tongs, I carefully slide each portion around the sauce bowl and a spoon to baste hard to reach areas with sauce to make sure it is very well coated. I then place the portion onto a foil-lined baking pan (makes for easier clean up). They always come out great! Thanks for such a wonderful recipe. :)
This was excellent. I sautéed the onions in 3 tbs of butter instead of oil and added 5 cloves of crushed garlic instead of 2. I also used 3 chipotle peppers instead of 2. The result was a delicious, spicy, creamy sauce like no other sauce I've ever made before. Great recipe!
This soup was absolutely delicious. I substituted coconut milk for regular milk and soy sour cream for regular to make it vegan. It was fabulous! Thanks for such a great recipe.
I made this for lunch today for the second time today. Delish as is, but this time I added a few dashes of powdered mustard, 1 large grated garlic clove, and a dash of salt. Mmm-mmm good!
This is the most awesome salmon dip recipe! I've made this several times as is and the recipe is just great. I tweaked it once with 7 oz. of fresh salmon cooked in garlic butter and 2 minced, smoked chipotle peppers...WoW! Mmmm-Mmmm, good!
I made this for dinner this evening and it was a hit. I cook for a picky 16 year-old who hates most vegetables and loved this so much she wants to make a "sloppy joe" sandwich out of the leftovers for lunch tomorrow. I followed the recipe exactly for 4 servings. Great recipe and will definitely cook it again!
This recipe is almost exactly the way my mother showed me how to stir fry cabbage except she adds a bit of grated ginger and 2 crushed red peppers when adding the garlic to the oil. Mmm-mmm-good!
I've also made this simple deviled egg recipe (with 30 eggs!) for years using fresh mayo & horseradish. The recipe earned me the nickname "queen of the deviled eggs". I usually top them with green dill weed but for Christmas, I sprinkle them with the green dill weed & smoked red paprika which makes them very festive and delicious! Always a hit and not an egg left over...
I followed this recipe exactly except for 4 basic things: I used 1.5 lbs of 70% lean ground beef instead of 1 lb of turkey, 2 chipotle peppers instead of 1, 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon instead of cilantro, and cooked the patties in a frying pan (without any cooking oil) instead of cooking them the girl. I topped them with cheese (asadero & cheddar) immediately after they were cooked and covered them in the pan so the cheese would melt. After the cheese melted, I put them on top of a paper-towelled plate to rest before placing them on toasted buns (VERY important to collect excess grease so they don't ruin the buns). Mmmm, good! They were a hit, and I have to cook for a picky 16 year-old who devoured them and said they were good. What a great recipe! Thanks. :)
This is a great recipe for a quick snack or meal. I made 5 pizzas in total for 2 people. First, I made two pizzas (one without frying the tortilla and one with the fried tortilla) just to compare both. I topped them with seasoned tomato sauce, cheese and spinach. I preferred the fried tortilla because it made a crispier crust. The other tasted too much like a regular, warmed-up burrito. I was able to get quite creative with toppings using the tasty leftovers (sauce & chicken) from the Slow Cooker Chipotle Chicken recipe on this site. I just spread some of the leftover chipotle sauce over the fried tortilla, topped it with cheese, shredded chicken, more cheese and baked it for 7 minutes. One of the best little pizzas I've ever made! P.S. I did not use 2 cups of oil to fry my tortillas as 1 cup of oil was enough to completely cover the bottom of my frying pan and fry them evenly.