Today’s Recipe and Location: Rhubarb Cobbler
Found in: The Pioneer Woman blog
I dedicate this recipe to my Grandma and Mom. Can you dedicate a recipe that is someone else’s? Okay, I dedicate my review. My Grandma frequently cooked with rhubarb as does my Mom, so this seems like a great idea. Grandma always grew rhubarb in her garden. I remember going out there with her to pick some for her rhubarb crisp. This seems like a great summer recipe to me.
Fabulous “Family and Friends” Food
(these are from my volleyball coach - I
don’t remember her name)
2 lbs. hamburger meat
1 garlic clove
3 teasp. chili powder
¼ teasp. oregano
2 teasp. sage
¼ teasp. cloves
¼ teasp. ginger
1 teasp. dry mustard
salt and pepper
1 jar of enchilada sauce mixed with bread crumbs and water to make a paste
cheese – your choice
Cook the first 10 ingredients together.
Make the enchilada sauce with the water and bread crumbs
Next, take a frying pan with oil. Heat the oil until extremely hot. Put the tortilla in, turn it fast, and take it out. Don’t leave it in too long.
Now, dip the tortilla in the enchilada sauce, add the meat and cheese and roll. Continue until all are rolled and placed in a baking pan.
Over the top add more cheese and meat. Bake at 350 degrees for about 35 minutes.