|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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Cube chicken into desired chuncks; set aside. Heat oil until melted over low heat. Add sesame seeds and chopped garlic, stir to mix together, turn up ...
Melt chips and marshmallows. Then add noodles and nuts. Mix until well coated. Drop by spoon on wax paper.
Fry meat until browned add onion fry 2-3 minutes more. Do not drain - you want drippings for flavor. Add a gallon of water, 5 beef bouillon cubes, ...
Recipe is great with a side of baby red potatoes and sour cream! Pour soy sauce and flour into separate bowls. Dip CUBED STEAK into soy sauce, shake ...
Brown meat, onions and celery. Add remaining ingredients, except Chinese noodles, and mix well. Put in baking pan - cover tightly with foil. Bake at ...
Butter cookie sheet. Melt entire package of butterscotch morsels in saucepan. Pour in can of Chinese noodles. Stir contents of pot until all noodles ...
Melt chocolate and butterscotch chips in a heavy sauce pan over low heat, stirring constantly. Remove from heat and quickly stir in noodles and nuts ...
Shred Napa cabbage (can be found at Kroger) into bite sized pieces and chop scallions; place in bowl. Make dressing day before. Saute in butter, 1/2 ...
Drain Chinese vegetables well; then combine all ingredients and chill.
In 11x7x2 inch baking dish, combine first 7 ingredients. Add steak, turning once to coat. Cover and marinate 40 minutes. In bowl, combine remaining ...
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