The challenge was on. What can you do with an acorn squash that is different and tasty? At our house, we love quesadillas! A quesadilla is a flour tortilla filled with a savory mixture containing cheese, vegetables, chicken, beef, or even, tofu. It is a basic tortilla “grilled cheese sandwich” but with a spicy kick! I cooked the acorn squash in the oven until tender and mashed it. I added lots of jalapeno chiles and onions to the squash. I made the quesadilla by layering the squash mixture in the tortilla with cheese and heating it. It was a great new way to use acorn squash! Continue reading “Squash Quesadilla”
I love the bright and fresh citrus that we get in the wintertime from Bountiful Baskets but sometimes my counter fills up faster than I get them used. I was inspired to use the citrus to make a flavorful marinade for the fajitas on my meal plan for this week. The resulting chicken is moist and flavorful and it comes together super easily. Continue reading “Citrus Chicken Fajita Marinade”
Jeanne G shared this recipe on the Bountiful Baskets Recipes Board:
Southwest Corn Relish
Tuesday, October 11, 2005
Makes 6 to 7 pints
This condiment is a delightfully corny blend of tang and heat. The jalapeno chiles are tiny islands of spicy flavor that can be avoided by folks with more sensitive palates because they are relatively large in size. The relish is great to have on hand to top a platter of nachos or other Southwest-flavored dishes, or to scatter over green salads. It’s also wonderful stirred into rice, along with a bit of cheese and a dollop of sour cream.