Corn bread is a favorite in my family and like most cooks I have my special version that everyone likes. This time I wanted to put lots of goodies in it like jalapenos, cheese and spice them up a bit to serve to my more adventurous diners! For my other corn bread muffin recipes go … Continue reading
I love salsas of all kinds because of the different veggies, herbs/spices and fruits you can use. A tomato based salsa is best when fresh tomatoes are available. I made this recipe during off season and used Roma tomatoes. You can see the tomatoes are not very red but when you add the lime, jalapeno, … Continue reading
What do you do with a bumper crop of jalapeno peppers? Make jalapeno poppers – that’s what I did. Yes, all of these jalapenos came from 1 plant. If you are looking for an easy appetizer to serve or for any occasion these delicious poppers are the answer. I had this rack to make … Continue reading
Jalapeno Jelly was a favorite of my husband and a brother-in-law beginning way back when. They enjoyed it on bagels with cream cheese for breakfast right before golfing or as a snack on crackers (blend 1/3 cup jelly with 8 oz. cream cheese and spread over crackers). I never made a lot – just enough to have a … Continue reading
Sweet potatoes are great on their own, but occasionally I like to serve this flavorful sour cream. Maple syrup, sour cream and jalapenos – these are good things when combined together.
When you want a good, hot Tex Mex appetizer this recipe is a good choice. There is very little preparation and only 10 minutes to heat. Serve with tortilla chips, fresh vegetables or some good bread cut up in chunks for dipping. Makes about 3 cups
This is a spicy cheese sauce that is good on a turkey burger or any fresh vegetable.
This is a great dipping sauce to serve with any cut of beef. Only 3 ingredients and it only takes a few minutes to cook. Making your own jelly is a good way to use up all of those peppers at the end of the growing season.
I have a number of good queso dips and decided to include them all. Four are cooked in the slow cooker. To keep your queso from breaking in a microwave add a little water (if cheese exceeds 180°F it will break); adding about 1 tsp. cornstarch and whisking vigorously.
I like just about any type of salsa and this one is loaded with fresh tomatoes (even a few canned). Salsa can be made mild (use poblanos instead of jalapenos), use parsley instead of cilantro, add more onions and so on. A fun dish to make.