|Little Caribbean Cookbook|
|by Jill Hamilton|
Drawn from cuisines around the world, the essence of traditional Caribbean cuisine lies in its seasonings of fresh herbs, spices, and hot peppers.
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Brown hamburger over ... tortilla. Place rolled taquitos onto cookie sheet ... 20 minutes. Serve with grated cheese, sour cream, salsa, or avocado dip.
Start by slicing the sirloin steak into thin strips about 3/4 inch long. Once sliced, mix the chili powder, lime juice, and olive oil in a plastic ...
Layer taquitos in baking dish. Top with Ranch beans, enchilada sauce and grated cheese. Bake at 325°F for 20 minutes.
Simmer chicken in water 20-25 minutes. Remove from water and cool. Shred chicken with fork. Saute onion and garlic in 1 tablespoon oil for 1-2 ...
Combine all ingredients ... until juices evaporate. Roll tightly in tortilla and fry until taquitos are brown. Serve with salsa or guacamole as a snack.
In bowl, mix ... tortilla; roll up large side first. Fasten with a toothpick. Deep fat fry Mini Taquitos first before serving. Serve with hot sauce or salsa.
In large skillet, ... workable. Fill tortillas with egg mixture and top with cheese and salsa or picante sauce (optional). Makes about 12 to 15 taquitos.
Dip about 1 dozen tortillas in hot grease, one at a time, for about 1/2 minute each. Drain on paper towels. Should be soft. Season 2 pounds hamburger ...
Tear tortillas into bite size bits. Melt butter in skillet and drop in tortilla bits. Stir, being sure to coat all bits with butter, and let them ...
Cut chicken breast ... Drain on paper towel, keep warm in oven. Remove toothpicks, serve on bed of shredded lettuce with chili on it, topped with taquitos.
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