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My New Look For Tex-Mex Fajitas

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My New Look For Tex-Mex Fajitas. An old favorite in a new wrapper.

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A New Look For Tex-Mex Fajitas

Everyone loves Fajitas, I know I do. Trying to get the fajita flavors that everybody’s familiar with but made in a new way. So I’m experimenting with the idea of bringing puff pastry to this dish. Roasted chicken, peppers, shoe peg white corn,and black beans,fire roasted tomatoes, and spices, simmering away in a saute pan until thick and then use this fajita mixture in a puff pastry. Better get to work so I can test this out on Steve.

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Italian Wedding Soup With Chicken Meatballs

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 Italian Wedding Soup With Chicken Meatballs is comfort food in a bowl. The meatballs are so tender, they’re like biting into spoonfuls of clouds.

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Italian Wedding Soup With Chicken Meatballs

This has to be my all time favorite soup. The combination of the meatballs in the warm chicken broth with the veggies and pasta is so good. I use Ditalini pasta in mine but orzo would work great too. I start my soup in a heavy bottom, Dutch oven pot. My base flavors are the usual Mirepoix, carrots, onion, and celery. About a cup and a half of each. I also add minced fresh garlic. I saute the veggies for about 5 minutes and then add 2 quarts plus 2 cups of chicken stock. I bring this up to a
boil, then reduce it to a simmer before adding in the meatballs.

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Once the meatballs come out of the oven, I add them to the pot, Then I let everything simmer, on med low heat, for another 15 minutes. The last ingredients I add is the thawed frozen spinach. I do this last because, it really just needs to warm through and most importantly keep its vibrant green color.

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