Arrachera (Skirt Steak) is more delicious when to make the Steak very thin. The more you marinate the better flavour you get. One of the most popular cuts is Arrachera from Northern Mexico. It is typically cooked with high heat for short time.
Mincemeat Cookies are traditional and ideal cookies for weekend thanksgiving gift.
Is a comfort food on a rainy day, You can tailor the recipe your own way! Simple and easy to do, I HOPE you’ll take the time and enjoy it too! READY IN: 50mins SERVES: walnuts, in mixture (optional) DIRECTIONS CREAM together: Butter, Sugar, Eggs, Sour Cream, Vanilla, Bananas.MIX together: Flour, Baking Powder, Baking Soda.FOLD…
Amish Meatloaf is the family’s dominating dinner recipe. Everbody will love it. It’s nothing to do with Amish, but I don’t know why the name. Amount of Sugar may be changed as per your taste. Add Garlic to improve flavour of Meatloaf.
Swiss Enchiladas is the Mexican Food and named in Spanish. It means the tortillas (usually CORN) stuffed with meat and covered with tomato and chili sauce.
“We updated this great old Maine recipe to be healthier by using white whole wheat flour, less sugar, and butter instead of oil. We also added pumpkin seeds and raisins. It’s still moist and spicy, and wonderful for healthy holiday gift giving as bread or muffins!”Ingredients:1 (15 ounce) can pumpkin puree4 eggs1/2 cup unsalted butter,…
Downeast Maine Pumpkin Bread is Soft , Healthy and Spicy Bread. It’s realy excellent options for holiday gift giving either as bread or muffins. We can make it healthier by changing the flour to whole wheat and adding pumpkin seeds and raisings.
Steamed Chocolate Cake is an Asian Chocolate cake. Normally Japanese, Philipenes like Steaming over Baking for preparing cakes. Steamed Chocolate cake cooked in bamboo steamer and requires much less sugar to keep the cake moist and soft.
Too Much Chocolate Cake is rich delicious chocolate cake loaded with semi-sweet chocolate chips. It’s definitely going to cure a craving Chocoholic in no time. This recipe suits well for a pary occassion.
To prepare the corn, husk the ears and remove all of the silk. Using a sharp knife, cut away the kernels from the cob, slicing from the top of the ear downward and not too close to the cob. Place the kernels in a bowl. With a small spoon, scrape the pulp from the cobs…