|LA Casa Sena: The Cuisine of Santa Fe|
|by John Harrisson|
Sante Fe cooking blends the flavors of three cultures--American Indian, Hispanic and Anglo and leaves a distinctive mark uniquely Santa Fe.
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Mix together and form into 1/2-inch balls. Fry until golden brown. Mix honey and Heinz 57 Sauce together. Pour sauce over meatballs and bake for 30 minutes.
Preheat oven to ... Shape into 1-inch meatballs. Place in ... juice, Drambuie, and honey gradually; bring to ... Garnish with orange slices. Yield 2 dozen.
Blend all meatball ... pour sauce over meatballs. Cook in oven for ... 350°F. Note: Can cook on top of stove in a pot but the taste is a little different.
If meatballs are frozen; cook ... ingredients after 45 minutes of cooking (don't worry if your not able to; it will blend together while cooking). Enjoy!!! .
Recipe can be doubled and frozen. Prepare ahead of time and reheat, since flavor improves. 6 servings. 1. In a large, heavy pot, combine soup ...
Heat olive oil; cook onions, garlic until tender. Add all remaining ingredients. Cook to a boil, stirring constantly. Cook 5 more minutes, this time ...
Roll 2 pounds ... into bite size meatballs. Brown and ... meatballs or bite size hot dogs to ingredients. Simmer gently for 1 hour. Serve with toothpicks.
Soak bread which ... hands. Make small meatballs and place in ... sauce. Drizzle with honey. Cover with ... meatballs. Triple recipe will make about 40 meatballs.
Mix above and shape into meatballs. Brown on ... put into baking dish, single layer. Pour sauce over, cover with foil. Bake at 350 degrees for 1/2 hour.
If you want extra spicy, use hot chili powder and some Tabasco sauce. Makes 2 gallons. Simmer until done. Can freeze in small batches if desired.
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