Mexican Recipes ? World Class Dishes In Your Kitchen!
Here are two **Must Try** Mexican recipes! They are HOT, tasty and so easy!
Chiles Rellenos Meatballs
*Anaheim chilies, roasted, peeled and diced.
Peel and boil potatoes until just tender. Let potatoes cool. In a large bowl break up potatoes to make a lumpy mixture, do not mash. Saute ground beef in 2 tablespoons vegetable oil until browned, drain well. Add beef to potatoes then add chiles, chopped onion and egg yolks.
Add seasonings (salt, pepper, and garlic salt). Mix and form into egg-shaped balls about 1-1/2 inches long. Dip each ball in egg whites (beaten slightly) then roll in flour. At medium heat, cook in vegetable oil about 1/4-inch deep. Brown well, then drain on paper towels. Serve hot, at room temperature, or refrigerate and reheat at serving time.
Note: Both Mexican Recipes yields between 4 to 6 servings.
**Our** Family Secret Salsa
(shhhttt? It's one of my secret Mexican recipes)
Fill blender with tomatoes, run at lowest setting until no large chunks are left. Add remainder of ingredients and repeat running blender until no large chunks are left. Sample and add items to taste as necessary.
If you're not sure how something will affect you in the quantity given, use the smallest unit of it at first, then progressively add more until you are satisfied. This is really important with the habaneros. The salsa will be at its hottest right after you make it, but will cool down the longer it sets.
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My Mothers Recipe Box
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Remnants of dried peas were found in Egyptian tombs. Hot pea soup was sold by Athenian vendors to passersby. The Romans served them with poultry or meat and vegetables added to them. In the middle ages, peas were a main staple food that kept the peasants well-fed during the harsh winter months. The Chinese grew pea pods and ate them fresh. The old Anglo-Saxon word pease was later changed to pea in modern English.The French court of Louis XIV were fond of petit pois,or baby peas that were too expensive for the common Frenchman.
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