Cowboy Food

Cowboy Food

DD Little

Language: English

Pages: 138

ISBN: 0741462109

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Simply Scrumptious Southwestern fun food! Recipes straight from old west cooking recipes made heart smarter for todays living.  This is a comprehensive "how to" western trail style cook book primarily devoted to very healthy American chili recipes.  This book covers recipes with various meats, fish, poultry and vegetarian recipes too.  Some have beans and some do not.  There is more!  There are sides including wild stuffed eggs and unique fruit salads, to die for snacks, salsas and sides.   Most of the meals are from original 1800's to 1900's western recipes. There is even a chile pepper-less chili mix. Cowboy Food is fun to read to boot. This is a wonderful gift that will be remembered for many years. What are you waiting for?

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(sharp American) 6 slices bacon (optional) 1 can of brown bread jar of honey (bread topping) Spray non-stick fry pan with canola oil spray and cook (on low heat) the bell peppers and onions until they are soft. Mix them with the beans and arrange in layers with cheese in between. The top and bottom layers should be beans. Arrange optional bacon slices on top and bake in medium (375 to 400 degree) oven for 30 minutes. Serve with warmed brown bread and honey. Quick Chili-Mac 1 box of

Crazy Kate! ARSENE’S CHILI MIX Grind everything together: 1 Tbs. cumin seed (toasted) 1-1/2 tsp. black pepper corns 1 Tbs. granulated onion 1 Tbs. granulated garlic Salsa California Pineapple, Mango Salsa 2 cups mangoes, peeled, pitted and diced 1 cup diced. pineapple chunks 2 tsp. juice of ginger squeezed in garlic press 1 Tbs. lime juice 1/4 tsp. cayenne pepper powder (to taste) Mix all of the ingredients together in a medium size mixing bowl and chill. Bean,

or face. Place the peppers on a wire rack over an open fire or under a broiler. You may also use a hand held butane torch. Blister and blacken the peppers all over. Put them in a bowl or pot and cover with a lid or plastic wrap and let them steam for about 25 minutes. You should be able to easily remove the skins with the tip of a knife. You can also remove the seeds and interior ribs but this will reduce the heat of the pepper. COOKING TECHNIQUES I start with tomatoes (your choice) they

the meat that was used on the trail. I have provided a fairly complete list of items that you can experiment with to make your own chili recipes. You might want to keep track of what you put in your pot, you may want to make it again. My Mother & a Sister in my Mother’s New car Looking back at these old photos I cannot help but think times were better then. Maybe not. The depression was in full swing. What do you think? CHILE PEPPER INFORMATION Chile peppers are the heart and

heat, stir in meat, pepper and chili powder. Stir until meat is brown and drain. Stir in water, tomato sauce, chopped bell pepper and beans and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat to simmer for about ten minutes, stirring occasionally. Mix in the corn and bring to a boil, mix in the rice and cover then let stand for at least five minutes. Add chopped onions if you wish. Montana Stew 1-1/2 lb. lean beef roast 7 oz. can chopped green chili (drained) 4 fresh jalapeño chilies, stemmed seeded

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