Taste of DEN Heritage Cookbook
Chicken Chile Relleno Soup (Slow Cooker)
Norwegian Krumkake with Whipped Cream
Familia Montoya Bizcochitos
Cherry Cranberry Compote
Grandma Lucy's Biscochito (Pan Dulce) Cookies
Kathy Henderson’s Pineapple Bread Pudding
Doris Henderson's Chocolate Cake
Red Chile Sauce
Green Chicken Enchilada Casserole
Mexican LasagnaMake on Sunday for easy cooking on Monday, and leftovers through the week. You can get creative or address taste preferences using a variety of ingredient options. Submitted by: "LKNedved"
Chicken Chile Relleno Soup (Slow Cooker)Took First Place at the DEN Business Technology - Fire and Ice event held October 31, 2019. Submitted by: "Cecilia Trujillo"
Norwegian Krumkake with Whipped CreamMy grandma Carla would make these every Christmas. It made the holidays a special time. She has been gone for many years now, and I miss her very much. We have her Krumkake iron. Similar recipes can be found online for different fillings. This one is similar to recipes you could find from the Decorah, Iowa Nordic Festival that happens every year in July. Submitted by: "Andrea Christensen"
Familia Montoya BizcochitosBizcochitos are New Mexico’s official state cookie. They have simple yet rich flavors – cinnamon, sugar and anise – that melt in your mouth. These cookies are essential part of the Holidays. I have the most vivid memories of driving with my mom to mis abuelos (my grandparents) house and walking in the front door and being bathed in the glorious smell of these cookies. For me, these bizcochitos are not only a representation of the holidays but of my culture and heritage. Simply stated, they represent home! Submitted by: "Roberto Montoya"
Cherry Cranberry CompoteI make this every Thanksgiving. Friends who try it demand it the following year. Where most cranberry relishes are tart, this provides a sweet support to the traditional bird. Compote keeps refrigerated and tightly covered for about two weeks. Submitted by: "Tea Schook"
Grandma Lucy's Biscochito (Pan Dulce) CookiesBiscochitos or bizcochitos are a crisp lard- or butter-based cookie, flavored with cinnamon and anise (if desired). The name is a Spanish diminutive form of bizcocho. The dough is rolled and traditionally cut into the shape of stars and crescent moons. The cookie was developed by residents of New Mexico over the centuries from the first Spanish colonists of what was then known as Santa Fe de Nuevo México. The recipe for making the cookie has been greatly influenced not only by local and indigenous customs but also by recipes brought to New Mexico by immigrants from other Hispanic countries. Biscochitos are served during special celebrations, such as wedding receptions, baptisms, and religious holidays (especially during the Christmas season). It is commonly served along with hot chocolate. The cookie is seldom known outside the boundaries of the original Spanish province, although Spanish speakers may recognize the association with bizcocho, from the name, and may have some idea of what they must be, even if they have not encountered them before. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bizcochito Submitted by: "Adrianne Muniz-Roman"
Kathy Henderson’s Pineapple Bread PuddingThis recipe can easily be doubled and made in a bigger pan. Goes great with ham. This recipe became such a huge hit that my mother was jokingly told she could not attend family dinners unless she brought this dish with her! Submitted by: "Wendy Buehler"
Doris Henderson's Chocolate CakeThis recipe can easily be doubled and made in a bigger pan and is an especially moist and heavy cake. (Don't forget to add a little extra water if you're baking at high altitude.) This was my paternal Grandmother's recipe, and it became my Mom's specialty. It was my birthday cake through my entire childhood, and I usually picked blue frosting with green sprinkles. Submitted by: "Wendy Buehler"
Red Chile SauceFamily recipe passed down from several generations. Fun and easy to prepare and enjoy any time of the year and with any meal! Submitted by: "Andrea Albo"
Green Chicken Enchilada CasseroleGreen Chili Shredded Chicken Enchilada Casserole Submitted by: "Melissa Leichtle"
PRETZEL TURTLESPRETZELS WITH ROLO'S MAKE A SWEET WITH SALTY TREAT. CAN MAKE AS MANY AS YOU WANT. Submitted by: "LIZA ARMSTRONG"
Burnt CreamA rich and creamy custard dessert with a caramelized shell that is sure to please everyone's taste buds! Although relatively easy to prepare, it must be carefully executed so that the custard does not overcook and turn into scrambled eggs! Submitted by: "Alan Harper"
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