Spicy Pickled Red Onions are quick, easy, and the perfect accompaniment to sandwiches and salads, or tacos and burrito bowls! Do you prefer sweet or spicy? Offer me pickles or a cookie, and I'll pick the pickles every time. Don't get me wrong, I love a good cookie as much as the next person, but I really, REALLY love pickles. I often make Spicy Carrot Refrigerator Pickles, but these spicy pickled red onions are wonderful on sandwiches and salads, and they are one of my favorite condiments for Mexican dishes, like tacos or burrito bowls. In fact, we had them on
This fantastic Low-Carb CrockPot Hungarian Pot Roast with Sour Cream Paprika Gravy tastes amazing for a low-carb meal, and this tasty pot roast is also Keto, low-glycemic, gluten-free and South Beach Diet friendly!
Make your next office party a taco bar or burrito bar! Set out the beef in the slow cooker on warm, along with tortillas, bowls of shredded cheese, salsa, sour cream, and chopped lettuce, jalapenos, onions and tomatoes. For a variation, I make Beef & Bean burritos by mixing a can of refried beans into 3 or 4 cups of cooked beef filling. —Hope Wasylenki, Gahanna, Ohio Skip links
Beans and rice make the perfect meal because they're well-balanced, an excellent source of protein, and easy to prepare. Sausage adds full flavor to the recipe, and traditional pork sausage lovers won't even notice the switch to chicken sausage. —Robin Haas, Cranston, Rhode Island Skip links
Mexican food is popular for potluck gatherings here in South Texas, and this dish always brings "oohs" and "aahs". It's usually served as an appetizer, but is hearty enough for a main course along with a salad and Spanish rice. —Connie Bolton, San Antonio, Texas Skip links
Green olives complement this cheesy, pizza-like bread from Ivy Laffoon of Ceres, California. With very few ingredients, it’s packed with flavor. Serve it as an appetizer or alongside pasta, soup or salad for a mouthwatering meal.—Ivy J Laffoon, Ceres, California Skip links
Beef enchiladas are typically prepared with corn tortillas, but my husband, Jeff, and I prefer flour tortillas. I use them in this saucy casserole that has irresistible home-cooked flavor and a subtle kick. —Jennifer Standridge, Dallas, Georgia Skip links
Chile Verde (La Frontera Style) recipe: This is my recreation of the chile verde made by La Frontera restaurants in Salt Lake City. It is best served over bean burritos, with shredded cheese, diced onions, and salsa as desired. Note: I am not associated with La Frontera; I created this recipe myself, with the goal of recreating the flavor of their chile verde.