|by Silvana Franco|
Every pizza lover knows that it is best eaten fresh from the oven, with the top still bubbing and the crust perfectly crisp.
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Sweet mango is ... this spicy chipotle salsa. In food ... store tightly covered in the refrigerator. © 2006 and ®/™ General Mills, used with permission.
Cantaloupe or mango ... for a fruity salsa or grilled salmon ... taste. For mild salsa that teenagers can't get enough of, omit the peppers and fruit. ENJOY.
Chop fruit until extremely small; ... and crispy. Serve salsa surrounded by the ... short on time, the salsa also tastes great with cinnamon bagel chips.
Dice up fruit very small. Add sugar to sweeten. Squeeze juice over top.
Stir together ingredients. Cover and refrigerate topping about 1 hour or until chilled. Stir topping before serving. Serving suggestion: Top angel ...
To make Fruit Salsa, combine strawberries, ... tortilla in half. Serve with remaining Fruit Salsa. Garnish with sour cream. Serve immediately. Makes 4 servings.
Combine cinnamon and ... peaches, chopped kiwi and strawberries. Add lime juice, peel and sugar. Mix gently. Serve with cinnamon chips. Yield: 2 1/4 cups salsa.
Spray 2 flour tortilla shells with butter flavored Pam. Cut with pizza cutter into triangles or strips. Put into large bowl with a seal and sprinkle ...
Makes enough for ... and a little salsa verde. Prepare the ... between the salsa stripes. Fresh fruit on the side is recommended to help deal with the guilt.
Peel and dice tomatoes. Put into kettle. Cook. Remove excess juice. Boil separately 10 minutes long green and jalapeno peppers. Cool. Remove seeds. ...
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