Getting back to what we do most here is another wonderfully spicy Mexican/New Mexican/Tex-Mexican/Southwestern style, spicy chicken casserole. There’s a whole lot of flavor packed into this meal and it’s easy to do. Interested???
It’s Fall and with Fall I always yearn for roasted New Mexico chiles. So this is a fabulous Fall breakfast although you can eat it for lunch or dinner, too. :)
In the mood for a nice entree salad? Give this a try. It’s guaranteed not to disappoint. :)
If you liked the Fire Roasted Tomato, Green Chile and Corn Salsa, you going to love this dish. In fact, this is the reason I made the salsa in the first place. This was a stunningly delicious meal and relatively simple, too.
Today’s post is about salsa. Not any old salsa but a salsa loaded with fire roasted veggies. Absolutely delicious, too. Since football season is here, you definitely need to try this while watching your favorite team on Saturday/Sunday. If you’re not a football fan, you need to try this anyway on any day you feel like it. :)
Staying with chiles, this is a wonderful meal, especially on a cold March evening. There is a lot of flavor and texture in this dish. Continue reading Ancho Crusted Chicken Breast atop Green Chile Goat Cheese Grits Topped with a Cilantro Cream Sauce and Roasted Pipitas
And now for something completely different…a dessert chile relleno. :o Yep, this thing of beauty is a Cinnamon Candied Ancho Chile Stuffed with Baby Lady’s Deliciously Simple and Healthy Chocolate Mouse floating on a cloud of Chantilly topped with Red Wine Chocolate Sauce and Candied Pecans. Now, I know some of you are going “You did what to dessert?” While others of you are going “Richard, you’ve lost your mind!” Still, some of you are intrigued. Regardless of the category into which you fall, this is a fabulous dessert and you should read on… Continue reading Cinnamon Candied Chile Relleno with Red Wine Chocolate Sauce