|The Great Chile Book|
|by Mark Charles Miller|
A guide to over ninety of the world's most popular chiles, from the common green bell pepper to the exotic, smoky-flavored pasilla de Oaxaca.
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Mix rice, egg, ... pureed, onion, salt, pepper and cayenne. Wash the peppers. Using a ... that the pepper can be filled from ... tiny dash of Tabasco sauce on top, ... day (even better reheated!)
Grate zucchini using ... onion and chopped pepper. Mix gently ... cheese, milk, basil, Tabasco, garlic powder ... Serves 4. Brush peppers with olive oil. ... or coarsely chopped parsley.
Cook steak in ... Stir in broth, pepper, Worcestershire and ... Serve over noodles. Optional: Add freshly sauteed mushrooms at same time as green peppers.
In blender, place green peppers, hot peppers or Tabasco sauce and cider ... off froth. Stir in Certo and seal in hot sterilized jars. Makes 6 to 7 pints.
Cut broccoli into ... celery and green pepper. Add all ... 15 minutes. Pour over broccoli. Serves 4-5. Don't over cook the broccoli - it should be firm.
Grind or chop ... 2 small bell peppers. Cook down ... peppers, place in casserole and top with bread crumbs. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees. Serves about 6.
Mix butter, Worcestershire sauce, pepper and Tabasco together and heat ... well. Place on cookie sheet and put in preheated 300 degree oven for 20 minutes.
Boil pepper in salted water ... milk, salt and Tabasco, cook until ... tablespoons cheese. Fill peppers and sprinkle with ... cookie sheet for 30 minutes.
Make Rice-a-Roni as ... together. Mix and add remaining ingredients. Pare and boil peppers. Stuff peppers and top with white cheese. Bake until cheese melts.
Combine beef, tomatoes, green pepper, celery, onion ... salad bowl; top with marinated meat and vegetables. Pass reserved marinade for dressing. 6 servings.
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