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Recipe Reviews 7 reviews
Spicy Shredded Beef
this recipe has been such a joy! i have a lot to say... 1. it is not that spicy even tho it's called "spicy shredded beef" so if you want spicy add hot sauce 2. definately don't over use the cumin...the called for amount is plenty. 3. i added 1/3 cup of sugar when i added the tomato sauce. this gave a hint of sweetness to the meat that was just divine 4. do be sure to add water as it cooks so it never gets dry. 5. cook for at least 2 hours...the longer the better and make sure you have a very tight fitting lid to keep moisture in i use this beef for so many things but a favorite in our home is the mexican dish machaca con huevo first i heat up a few tbsp of veg. oil then add sliced onion. cook this for a few minutes then add the shredded beef. simmer for 10 minutes. then add scrambled egg (the ratio of egg to beef is up to you but usually 1 egg per serving of beef is good) cook the scrambled egg with the beef for at least 10 minutes until the egg is fully cooked. serve with warm corn tortillas. this is to die for delicious! i highly recommend this recipe for so many things (tacos/enchiladas/machaca/burritos) it's just divine and so so simple

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Reviewed On: Apr. 27, 2005
Sesame Pasta Chicken Salad
devine! i also reduced the oil amount and used olive oil instead, as others suggested. i added shredded carrot and shredded cabbage and chopped celery and skipped the cilantro and green onion (just didnt have any in the house) this is absolutely DEVINE. used chopped up leftover turkey from easter dinner! YUM YUM GIMME SOME!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 28, 2005
Six Can Chicken Tortilla Soup
what a joy this was! i doubled the recipe and subbed one can of corn for creamed corn and also one can of chicken stock was replaced with cream of chicken soup (with one can of water). i added a can of diced green chili's and some frozen veggies. topped with cheese and sour cream. also, i fried up some strips of corn tortillas in a little olive oil until crispy and golden and put them in the bottom of a soup mug and topped with the soup. this really is absolutely delicious! i did spice with a little cumin and dried basil and chili powder. thanks for the recipe!

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Reviewed On: Mar. 7, 2005

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