I even made it for myself the next morning for breakfast (hey, it has eggs in it so it's fine) and since I already had the tomatillo sauce and the beans done it took no more than five minutes. So wonderful. The recipe calls for Manchengo cheese - since I shop and shop n save I wasn't able to find this and opted for pepper jack on top - this was a great choice if I do say so myself. One thing that I would not do is add the chicken boullion into the sauce (this may have just been something that was my fault) the cube didn't break up nicely in the food processor and I got the one bite with a huge particle of the cube. It was a shock at first and then disgusting. Other than that, everything about this recipe was fabulous. I'll definitely be making these over and over again (at least until my stack of tostadas run out). Thumbs way way up!
chunky to me). 3. I don't understand the appeal of cheesecake. Everyone loves it, but I'm not sure it's worth all the trouble.
For the people that ate this cheesecake: they give it a thumbs up.
Southwest - Dessert
Added to the bowl and mixed together. Drop teaspoonfuls on cookie sheet and bake at 350 degrees for 7-9 minutes. Allow to cool on sheet for a minute before transferring to wire rack for cooling.
I couldn't find the recipe on the Taste of Home website, so here it is from the cookbook for any of those that are reading for the recipes themselves. These wafers were easy to mix up, but extremely difficult to get off the cookie sheet. Half of the ones I made did not come up in circles, but instead I'm left with a huge pile of pieces that are still edible but look horrible. I don't know what part of this recipe is the problem for this - could it be that I spooned too much batter onto the sheet, could I not have baked it long enough, could I have not let it sit on the pan to cool long enough? I don't know. Something happened though because some batches came out well while the others did not. The taste wasn't affected by the looks though. I saved the reject wafers because they were still delicious, I mean who really cares what they look like right? They are good with coffee and tea, but ultimately they are good whenever (especially right out of the oven, just like any cookie really).
This recipe gets a thumbs up for taste, but a thumbs down for execution. I will not be making these again because I don't think it's worth all the trouble of scraping off my cookie sheets.
South - Dessert
Dinner & a Movie
Bringing you food and drinks so that you can make movie night that much more delicious.
"Food is essential for life; therefore make it good"
Shannon does it Julie & Julia style as she cooks through a cookbook and shares thoughts and recipes along the way.