Fantastic! I left out the avocado due only to the fact that I am canning for the season a ton of tomatoes. I will add avocado as I serve, the complexity of this salsa is marvelous. Each bite forces your tongue to explore what it is tasting.
I used a collage of peppers (every kind imaginable)the recipe was very easy,however I decided to get creative and make it my own by following the same instructions using plums then I combined the two products and came up with a jelly that even my Grandmother (god rest her soul) would have had to bow to.
Sunday, December 20, 2009 The east coast was pounded with snow this weekend before Christmas, (in some areas 19+ inches). I live on more than 2 acres of land and there was much to be done starting at 05:00 a.m. after the snow stopped falling, I had to prep and cook 3 meals at the same time (breakfast, lunch, and dinner) as I and the whole neighborhood spent the best part of the day digging out. This recipe was, and is a life saver…if you have crock pot USE IT! Everything goes into the pot holding out for the package biscuits for last 20 minutes before serving. A single bowl and a spoon is all that is needed when eating, and I guarantee after a days work like the one we had here; the silence of the evening and the warmth of the fire are desert enough.
Fast and easy yes, passing the taste test left a little to be re-examined. I quick roasted the chicken based with salad dressing [Balsalmic Vinegar & Olive Oil], also I shocked the pasta in "ice/water" then added tarrigon while it cooled. Takes this recipe and turns up the volume (3) three notches.
Baked these muffins for the first time for the Christmas weekend. OMG! what a surprise was waiting for me when they were done baking,
It is Quick, Fast, and in the Oven under 25 minutes of prep. I’m a traditionalist therefore I have a Bag of Potato chips that are crumbled on top during the last 5 to 8 minutes of bake time.
There’s an added step, Pre-heated oven @350 and Roast until Brown 15 minutes.