Home Cooking In Montana: Basic Red Chile Sauce...great for enchiladas,burritos, tamales,etc,

Home Cooking In Montana: Basic Red Chile Sauce...great for enchiladas,burritos, tamales,etc,

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Chicken Chile Verde | Hispanic Kitchen. This was very good. I used Hatch chiles, reduced the chicken broth by 1 cup and added 1 cup green tomatillo salsa.

Chicken Chile Verde | Hispanic Kitchen. This was very good. I used Hatch chiles, reduced the chicken broth by 1 cup and added 1 cup green tomatillo salsa.

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Traditional Tejano Carne Guisada (Braised Beef for Tacos) from The Food Charlatan // This recipe is SO easy, with ingredients you probably have on hand. The best taco meat ever.

Traditional Tejano Carne Guisada (Braised Beef for Tacos) from The Food Charlatan // This recipe is SO easy, with ingredients you probably have on hand. The best taco meat ever.

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Homemade Flour Tortillas by Hip2Save.com  Making your own flour tortillas at home is surprisingly easy and requires simple and inexpensive ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry! Plus, the homemade version is a million times better than what you’ll find at the store!

Homemade Flour Tortillas by Hip2Save.com Making your own flour tortillas at home is surprisingly easy and requires simple and inexpensive ingredients that you probably already have in your pantry! Plus, the homemade version is a million times better than what you’ll find at the store!

Easy Baked Taco Pie – Everything you enjoy in a taco—from the ground beef and veggies to the dollop of sour cream on top—all in one easy, baked pie. And just before you start to think that it doesn't get better than this, it does. This dish takes just 20 minutes to prep for the oven. It's a recipe must try!

Easy Baked Taco Pie – Everything you enjoy in a taco—from the ground beef and veggies to the dollop of sour cream on top—all in one easy, baked pie. And just before you start to think that it doesn't get better than this, it does. This dish takes just 20 minutes to prep for the oven. It's a recipe must try!

Pupusas:  From the streets of El Salvador and Honduras, these are masa 'cakes' with a filling that is fried. The usual fillings are meat or cheese but there is no reason why beans etc could not be used.

Pupusas: From the streets of El Salvador and Honduras, these are masa 'cakes' with a filling that is fried. The usual fillings are meat or cheese but there is no reason why beans etc could not be used.

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