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- Publisher: 168 Publishing (December 6, 2012)
- Publication Date: December 6, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AOAV53M
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The recipes are not low fat, or low calorie and do not claim to be. These are good stick to your ribs recipes. A lot of them have tomato or pasta sauce so steer clear if you are allergic.
I learned a few modifications for two of my recipes, chicken pot pie and my lasagna recipe. I will be trying these ones right away.
The pictures aren't the greatest but I judge by the recipe because my food is home cooked by a non-artistic person. I can pretty much guarantee that anything made with my hands won't look like the picture in the book!
Bonus recipe not in this book.
1 10-15 ounce can of black, pinto or kidney beans-drained
1 can of corn- drained or leftover corn from another meal
12 corn tortillas shredded into strips or inch pieces. Cut them if you want uniform or just rip them-you choose
1 large can or aprox two cups of enchilada sauce red or green. Use ranchero sauce if you prefer
1 cup of salsa or not, your choice to add or delete
1 pound of browned and drained hamburger or aprox three cups chopped cooked chicken or turkey
1 cup shredded cheese
Sour cream for garnish
Turn the oven to 350 to preheat. Put your casserole dish on a baking sheet, then add ingredients except the cheese, in any order that pleases you. Stir until all tortillas are wet with sauce. Sprinkle with cheese and bake until bubbly, aprox twenty to twenty five minutes.
Serve with a green salad or get creative and dump your shredded lettuce on top of each serving. This recipe is called Gambler's Choice around here. I make it by my mood. Some days I add a medium chopped onion browned with the meat, some days I leave out the corn, some days I add pitted olives (read the label, as a newlywed I served this with olives that had pits inside!), etc.. I have even made this with chili instead of browned meat, omitting the enchilada sauce. Be sure to note what version your family enjoys best so you get it just right.
A gread cookbook to have in your library. I should have given it 5 stars but there were no "calories" per serving noted in each recipe. It's a little bit nitpicking on my part but having the "calories per serving" has always been a part of my reviews for cookbooks.
But, since this is the holidays, who cares about calories anyway!
The only other thing I would like to have had was some type of serving size information.
This is a good choice for busy people who don't have the luxury of being able to spend a lot of time in the kitchen.