i love Mexican food. It’s my #1 favorite cuisine (you’ve probably heard me say that before). The ingredients are fresh, bold, bright and spicy, followed by washing it all down with a Margie (another one of my faves), too good. I think I could live in a world surrounded by chiles, cilantro and limes. Without them, Mexican fare wouldn’t be the same. It’s mandatory. On today’s episode of Cook This! I’m celebrating Cinco de Mayo with this comfort food classic, perfect for a party or serve it up for family dinner. Keep this recipe in mind when ever you have left over steak or roasted chicken too; it’s a great substitute.
Original post here: Chicken Enchiladas
Cooking Video below or if having trouble viewing on your mobile device, click here (Video Link).
Yum my mother-in-law used to make me frittatas all the time, they were so good and I’m not a big egg fan. Baked with onions, peppers and cheese, fugget about it! It’s no longer eggs, it’s an Italian omelette, pan-fried then baked just right. For Mother’s Day, treat your momma to brunch or lunch. She’ll
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Yum remember when you were a kid, your mom would tell you, “Eat your vegetables, they’ll make you beautiful.” Well, we thought she was just saying that to get us to eat them but there’s some truth to it. Eating vegetables can make your hair shiny, your skin glow, and I can only imagine what
Yum these make a great addition served with pasta for Sunday dinner. Or serve them as an appetizer. If your like me and love spicy foods, you’ll love these. The provolone balances the heat, just right. Cooking Video below or if having trouble viewing on your mobile device, click here (Video Link). for more ‘Cook
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Yum wake up to a festive St. Patrick’s Day, Green Breakfast Smoothie for a little luck of the Irish and healthy start to your day. I used 5-minute old fashioned oaks for added nutrition, which gives thickness and makes a well-rounded first meal to begin your day. For an incredibly smooth, smoothie, use a Nutri
Yum the broth is the main ingredient in Ramen, which is commonly made with roasted pork bones. I’ve prepared mine with a home-cook friendly short cut, doctoring up store-bought chicken broth and seafood stock to speed up the process without jeopardizing the integrity of the dish. The toppings also vary across different parts of Japan.