Gonzalez Family~Established 8.8.14
Afro-Rican Spicy Wings
Pollo Fricassee (Chicken in Red Wine)
Quick Spinach Pie
Cocktail (The V)
Jabchae (Korean glass noodle with beef and vegetables)
BEST-EVER COWBOY COOKIES
Asopao with Shrimp and Vegetables
Stuffed Turkey Meatloaf with Feta Cheese and Sun-Dried Tomatoes
Garlic Smashed Potatoes
Lemon Butter Cookies
Manka's Macaroni and Cheese
Mair Mac and Cheese
RED VELVET BROWNIES
Afro-Rican Spicy WingsSubmitted by: Jaymi Yamoah
This is a fusion of Puerto Rican, African and Indian flavors. These robust flavors leave you wanting more! Crispy and crunchy.
Pollo Fricassee (Chicken in Red Wine)This dish will be a hit and leave everyone begging for more. If you want to have leftovers make more than you think you need because I promise people will go back for second and probably thirds. It is savory but it has a tangy sweetness because of the wine and after the chicken my favorite has to be the carrots. They are soft and sweet, like little nugget treats. I always serve it with rice so it sucks up all the sauce, but it doesn’t hurt to have a piece of bread handy. It is just heaven! http://thenoshery.com/2013/01/15/pollo-fricassee/ Submitted by: "Jaymi Yamoah"
Pollo MilanesaThis dish is all of the deliciousness of your mami and abuelas pollo milanesa, breaded chicken cutlet, but with a healthier twist. It’s baked not fried and your whole family will love it and not even notice it’s much healthier. ¡Buen provecho! Love, Cynthia Perez
Curry ChickenFrom: Nephritis Penfield May you have a wonderful marriage may it be blessed with God’s Love.
Lamb ChopsOur favorite meat dish is lambs (I guess it may be Damaris's). We prepare this with natural spices Author Credit: Dr. Damaris-Lois and John Lang
Jabchae (Korean glass noodle with beef and vegetables)Submitted by Carolyn Rios Lee Notes: 1. You can also use other vegetables such as green onion, red bell pepper, green bell pepper, etc. Feel free to add or substitute any of the vegetables. 2. To make it simpler, instead of sautéing each ingredients separately, you can sauté them together. Start with meat and shitake mushroom. When the meat is cooked, add vegetables. Add vegetables that take longer to cook first: add onion, then carrot, then button mushroom. Sauteing each ingredient separately and then mix them all together is the authentic way but this short cut method should not make that much difference in the end result.
BEST-EVER COWBOY COOKIESThese cookies are amazing!!!! A really special treat when you need a good cookie.
Stuffed Turkey Meatloaf with Feta Cheese and Sun-Dried TomatoesSubmitted by Janet Tsveer Notes: ***you can always substitute ingredients like adding onions, mushrooms, spinach if you like. You add anything you want or even change up the cheese as long as it's a good cooking cheese like fontina cheese. You can add more or less of the ingredients stated in the directions. Pairs well with garlic smashed potatoes, brocoli or a salad with a glass of crisp red or white wine. Bon Appetite!
RED VELVET BROWNIESSubmitted by Falon Melvin Note: Line pan with foil by trimming two long foil pieces to a 9-inch width. Fit strips, crossing each other, in the pan.
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This cookbook is created by all the friends and family of Herminio and Lia. From our kitchens to your. May you enjoy cooking and eating together for many more years to come.