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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Salsa De Tomatillo
Awesome sauce! I decided to make chilaquiles with this recipe. I made some changes though. SAUCE: I used 3 large serrano peppers for spice and 7 dried chiles de arbol (no stems) instead of the jalapenos. I boiled the tomatillos, chiles and garlic cloves until the tomatillos changed color. I dont like to leave them too long because it gives the sauce a bitter taste. So I dont let them burst. After boiling everything for a few minutes, I put the following into the food processor: Tomatillos, chiles, garlic cloves, a handful of cilantro leaves (no stems), 1/4 onion and a tsp of knorr bouillon (moms secret ingredient). CHILAQUILES: After the sauce is done I put a tbsp of oil in a pan and throw the sauce in. After the sauce begins to simmer a bit I turn the heat down and add tortilla chips. Restaurant style chips w/salt are great for this recipe. I dont mix anything at that point. I just make sure the sauce covers the chips untill the chips begin to soften. The trick is to not the the chips get too mushy but not too hard. After that simmers a little you can add rotisserie chicken on top and serve with cheese and sour cream. I personally like a fried egg on top. You can also do this with any leftover sauce. Enjoy!

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Reviewed On: Sep. 27, 2011
Best Ever Jalapeno Poppers
Thank you for this recipe. I used Ranch dressing instead of cream cheese, a handful of shredded cheddar cheese, a pinch of garlic salt, dip in egg and then bread them. Baked them for 20-30 min. Turned out perfect. They were gone fast!

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Reviewed On: Feb. 10, 2010
Bacon Cheddar Jalapeno Poppers
I did some research on this recipe for a few days before trying to make the jalapeno poppers for a Super Bowl party. There is no wrong or right way of making this recipe. Everyone at the party loved them. However, I expected them to taste better. The first time I used Cream Cheese, Shredded Cheddar Cheese, Bacon (fried before mixing it in), dip the peppers in egg after stuffing and then bread them with bread crums. I was determined to make a yummy popper so I decided to give it another go. The second time I cut them in half took out the know the ususal. Then for the mix I used ranch dressing (regular or bacon flavored works fine), shredded cheddar cheese and a pinch of garlic salt. I was out of bacon. They turned out lovely the second time. Even better than the first time. Didnt even miss the bacon. My boyfriend LOVED them. I did use gloves as others suggested to do. And baking them was perfect.

2 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 10, 2010

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