|Culinary Tourism: The Hidden Harvest|
|by International Culinary Tourism Associati|
Food is an attraction - just like a museum. Had it occurred to you, however, that food and drink are the most overlooked components of the visitor...
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First, peel and ... Add the cucumbers, Ro-Tel, Dry Ranch ... triple the recipe as it is written per can of Ro-Tel. Warning: This stuff is very addictive!
Melt Velveeta over low heat; mix in tomatoes until warm. Enjoy as a dip for tortilla chips. Also if you are on a budget, 2 cans of Cheddar cheese ...
Chop onion, garlic and bell pepper. Add Ro-Tel, creamed corn ... and 1/2 cup shredded Cheddar cheese. Bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes. Serves 8 to 10.
Brown meats and onion. Mix in crockpot or saucepan the cheese, Ro-tel and soup and let cheese melt. Mix all ingredients together. Serve warm or cold.
Boil chicken and bone ... Add celery, mushroom soup and Ro- Tel. Cook until celery is tender, then add noodles. When noodles are done stir in sour cream.
Microwave Instructions: Cut ... place cheese and Ro-Tel into covered ... with tortilla chips or crackers. Also great as a sauce over vegetables and meats.
Boil chicken with ... Add soup and Ro-tel tomatoes. Heat ... 300 degrees. Excellent for freezing but do not bake before freezing. Wait until ready to use.
Use 1 1/2 ... and onions. Blend Ro-Tel in blender, ... 350 degrees for 30-40 minutes. Makes a large amount. You can freeze one casserole for baking later.
Boil chicken until ... until melted. Add Ro-tel tomatoes, chopped, ... a Dutch skillet, then add other ingredients and bake in the skillet. Easy cleanup.
Add 1 drained can Ro-tel tomatoes and ... spread. Serve warm as a dip with tortilla chips or crackers. (May also add drained, browned sausage to recipe.)
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