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Toni, I'm thinking Annie's Salsa gets hotter with age. Mr. H said mine was too mild, but the last two jars I opened were HOT! It sure is good, though.
Good for you! Oh.....i'll make lots more salsa next year...
Hi Granny! Oh I hope that my salsa heats up too!!!!Hey EG! I know that you will!!!
Wowza! You sure can grow peppers! I love salsa, but I never can do much about growing peppers. I was just telling Daphne that I needed to reform my attitude. THIS confirms it! Thanks, Toni!
Hi June! Thanks for stopping by! Yes... attitude is everything! Of course you can grow peppers! I love Daphne's blog... she's a great inspiration to me!
My daughter makes a mean salsa and gives us several jars. What she calls mild will make your finger nails curl. My wife will bake each of us a ½ chicken Brest smothered in salsa and severed over rice. A very easy meal when she doesn’t have to make the salsa. John
Hi John! Chicken Breast smothered in Salsa over rice sounds good!Does your daughter share her recipe?
Ingredients1 1/2 cups Pace Picante Sauce3 tbsp. brown sugar1 tbsp. Dijon Mustard 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts DirectionsCombine 1 1/2 cups Picante Sauce, 3 tbsp. brown sugar, and 1 tbsp. Dijon Mustard and pour over the 4 chicken breasts. Bake at 400 degrees F for 20 mins. Serves 4.
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