Contrary to popular belief, corned beef and cabbage is not traditional Irish fare. But when the Irish came to America, they found that their beloved bacon was rather dear, while corned beef was a cheaper alternative. This dish is a truly beautiful, all Irish, alternative to the corned beef supper. This uses a whole piece of bacon, rather than slices. You may need to special order this from your butchers.
A friend gave me this simple and tasty recipe we all love to eat. It's easy to make, and the spiciness can be adjusted to each person's tastes by how much jalapeno you use.
Uses Kraft(R) Easy Mac as the base for a delicious meal or side dish. While waiting for the macaroni to cook in the microwave, the additions are prepared and then mixed in!
This recipe is for people that love pasta. You can have it with family or cook it for your partner as romantic dinner. You can make modifications to the recipe if you do not like something like the wine or mushrooms; they can be left out and you can make a simple carbonara sauce if you would like. This recipe just adds a little spice to the standard carbonara sauce. Hope you enjoy!!! Serve with a little sprinkle of extra Parmesan cheese and pepper if you would like.
Shrimp in a rich sauce - serve over Spanish rice pilaf..
This recipe was given to me by my Mother who lives on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. I have to throw a party each time I make this, it needs to be shared with others! Serve over rice and garnish with parsley and green onion.
This is a easy black bean soup with the smoky flavor and kick of chipotle peppers. Resist the urge to add any salt as the bacon and canned beans already bring enough salt to the soup the balance the dish perfectly. I used bacon ends for this recipe because they are cheap. If you can't find them, choice bacon is fine to use. Serve hot with a dollop of sour cream and Tostones (Fried Plantains).
Black Eyed Peas or Pinto Beans. Enjoy and serve with Cornbread.
Simple breakfast, like an omelet but with the eggs substituted for haloumi. Haloumi browns on the outside and doesnt melt, allowing you to mix it with ingredients in the frying pan. Don't be put off by its slightly rubbery texture - it is supposed to be like that and the taste is well worth it. Can be served on toast, or by itself. The haloumi is a good substitute for those who dont like eggs, and tastes good enough for those who do.
My mother-in law made these often when I lived in Miami before her death. After reading other recipes, I found they all missed one very important ingredient for authenticity-PORK! This recipe takes a while to cook, and I have also used a crock pot with good results for those who enjoy using them. Hope you enjoy!
This is my updated and simplified version of my Grandma's chickpeas that were always comforting. A rustic dish that is specially good in winter and very easy to make. Serve along with a good rustic bread, olives, cheese and a good Spanish wine.
This unique meatloaf gets a flavor boost from bacon and barbecue sauce!
An American favorite for years. It's great with Cuban bread. You can make individual bowls with Cuban bread, just cut out the center!
This recipe is a great Valentine's Day either side dish or meal and very easy to make, everyone loves it!
My grandma’s chili. You can make this as thick or soupy as you like. It’s awesome either way. This makes quite a lot and it freezes well. So have your Tupperware ready.
This is the best roasted chicken I have made! It's succulent, moist, and the lemon really gives this chicky a slap on the a** goodness!
This is a very easy recipe to make, it has a sweet and smokey flavor from the bacon, and bit of spicy tang from the banana peppers.
Rice, ground beef, and bacon cooked with vegetables with a semi-spicy tomato sauce. One of my favorites growing up.
This is loaded with flavor and can be modified with lettuce or spinach and served as a cool summer main dish or wrapped in a tortilla shell. Our family has had it in the shell and they love it.
Where's the beef? Right here !!! If you love a meaty and hearty chili you've found what you're looking for. Over the years I've eaten a lot of chili, looked at many chili recipes and talked with several people to create my unique blend. Interesting ingredients that make this stand out: 5 different meats (4 pounds total) 3 different peppers (Green & Red Bell + Hungarian) Sauce base including Coffee, Beer and Beef Broth Unsweetened cocoa powder