|White House Cook Book|
|by Fanny Gillette|
Incredibly popular and long-lasting, this has been one of the most enduring cookbooks in American history.
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Great to enjoy at home and also travels well to any party! A layer of hummus and arugula guacamole adds to the deliciousness of this old-time ...
Remove chorizos from casing and fry without fat. When well done, add potatoes, chile and salt. Mix well. Warm tortillas to soften them; place some of ...
Heat shortening in ... onion and garlic; cook until soft. Return ... hours. Makes 2 1/2 quarts. If using fresh tomatillas, increase beef stock to 3 cups.
Heat oil in ... onions and peppers. Cook until brown on ... Also good dip. Optional for dip: add 2 avocados to blender. Blend with all other ingredients.
Either chop or blend and then cook onion and tomatillos (pronounced "tomateeos") together. If using fresh chilies, cook them as well. Add spices to taste.
Green tomatoes - ... not brown. Add tomatillos, cover, and ... with remaining sauce, and baking. Top with sour cream, broil, and serve with picante sauce.
Broil the red ... sprayed with Pam, cook the onions, garlic ... husks from the tomatillos. Droop the ... 2. Single serving = 1 cup grain, 1 cup vegetable.
Remove paper husks from tomatillos (if fresh). Canned ... more sauce over all and heat at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until heated through. Serves 12.
Cook tomatillos in water to ... Cook 10 minutes more. Season with salt and pepper. Can garnish with chopped red onions, cheese or sour cream. Serves 4 to 6.
Cook the beans according ... resemble small worms. Tomatillos are interesting. They ... end up freezing a lot of it for later or using it as party food.
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