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chilaquiles

Chilaquiles

Mexican homemakers and restaurateurs alike serve this dish when the inventory of leftover tortillas — fried or not — gets sizable. It’s v...

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parching-green-chiles

Parching Green Chiles

Green chiles freshly parched, or parched and frozen, are far superior to their canned equivalents. Canning always seems to impart a metal...

by Jane Butel

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bowl-ored

Bowl O’Red

The influence behind this recipe came from my maternal grandfather, who when working with the Santa Fe Railroad learned how to prepare it...

by Jane Butel

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bean-amp-bulgur-chili

Bean & Bulgur Chili

This chili is full flavored and very versatile. Try wrapping some in a flour tortilla for a veggie burrito.

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chicken-mole

Chicken Mole

Mole sauce is a traditional combination of cinnamon, chocolate, and chiles. This recipe is from my aunt who lived in Monterey, Mexico, an...

by Jane Butel

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carne-adobo-pork-with-red-chile-sauce

Carne Adobo (Pork with Red Chile Sauce)

This is one of the best, if not the very best-tasting, pork creations from northern New Mexico. Traceable back to conquistador days, this...

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cazuela-of-pork-with-mussels-and-clams-spanish-style

Cazuela of Pork with Mussels and Clams Spanish Style

This flavorful casserole comes right from Spain but is adapted to the tastes of the American Southwest. It is a great dish for entertaini...

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peppered-rice

Peppered Rice

An excellent rice side dish with peppers and cumin. It’s one of my favorites with fajitas and most any Southwestern entree.

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chili-burgers

Chili Burgers

There are chili burgers and then there are chili burgers made with the real stuff — the original cowboy chili without beans and tomatoes!...

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southwestern-seafood-lasagne

Southwestern Seafood Lasagne

Seafood combines amazingly well with tomatillos, cream, and green chiles.

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