Breakfast Burrito a la Bélanger

4 ounces breakfast sausage   
1 tablespoon minced white onion
1/2 tablespoon minced mild green chilies (canned)
4 eggs, beaten
salt
pepper
4 8-inch flour tortillas
4 slices American cheese

On the side
salsa

1. Preheat a skillet over medium heat. Crumble the sausage
into the pan, then add the onion. Sauté the sausage and onion
for 3 to 4 minutes or until the sausage is browned.
2. Add the mild green chilies and continue to sauté for 1 minute.
3. Pour the beaten eggs into the pan and scramble the eggs with
the sausage and vegetables. Add a dash of salt and pepper.
4. Heat up the tortillas by steaming them in the microwave in
moist paper towels or a tortilla steamer for 20 to 30 seconds.
5. Break each slice of cheese in half and position two halves
end-to-end in the middle of each tortilla.
6. To make the burrito, spoon 1/4 of the egg filling onto the
cheese in a tortilla. Fold one side of the tortilla over the
filling, then fold up about two inches of one end. Fold over the
other side of the tortilla to complete the burrito (one end should
remain open). Serve hot with salsa on the side, if desired.
Makes 4 burritos.

Publicités

Sauce a big Mac

Donne : 2 Cups

1 c Miracle Whip
1/3 c sweet relish
1/4 c French dressing (orange not red)
1 T sugar
1/4 t black pepper
1 t minced onion.

Bien Mélanger

Heinz 57® Steak Sauce

Histoire de la sauce

In the late 1800s Henry John Heinz established the slogan
« 57 Varieties, » which you can still find printed on Heinz
products even though the company now boasts over 5700 varieties
in 200 countries. Today Heinz is the world’s largest tomato
producer, but interestingly the first product for the company
that was launched in 1869 had nothing to do with tomatoes; it
was grated horseradish. It wasn’t until 1876 that ketchup was
added to the growing company’s product line.
Tomato is also an important ingredient in this tangy steak
sauce. But you’ll find some interesting ingredients in there as
well, such as raisin puree, malt vinegar, apple juice concentrate,
and mustard. And don’t worry if your version doesn’t come out as
brown as the original. Heinz uses a little caramel coloring in its
product to give it that distinctive tint. It’s just for looks,
though, so I’ve left that ingredient out of this clone recipe.
Besides, I’ve found that the turmeric and yellow mustard will help
get this version close to the color of the real deal.

Ingredients:

Raisin Puree
1/2 cup raisins
1/2 cup water

1 1/3 cup white vinegar
1 cup tomato paste
2/3 cup malt vinegar
2/3 cup sugar
1/2 cup water
1 tablespoon yellow prepared mustard
2 teaspoons apple juice concentrate
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon vegetable oil
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon onion powder
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1/8 teaspoon turmeric

1. Make the raisin puree by combining the raisins with the water
in a food processor or blender. Blend on high speed for 1 minute
or until the puree is smooth. Measure 1/4 cup of this puree into
a medium saucepan.
2. Add the remaining ingredients and whisk until smooth.
3. Turn heat up to medium high and bring mixture to a thorough boil.
Reduce heat to low and simmer, uncovered, for 1/2 hour or until
thick. Let sauce cool and then refrigerate it in a covered container
for at least 24 hours.
Makes 3 cups.

Bailey’s Irish Cream

Une Portion

1 c Light cream
1 14-oz can sweetened condensed milk
1 2/3 c Irish Whiskey
1 ts Instant coffee
2 tb Hershey’s chocolate syrup
1 ts Vanilla
1 ts Almond extract

Combine all the ingredients in a blender set on high
speed for 30 seconds. Bottle in a tightly sealed container
and refrigerate. The liqueur will keep for at least 2
months if kept cool. Be sure to shake the bottle well
before serving.
Makes 4 cups.