Cups and cups of it, heavy on the onion. What can I cook with it? Can I freeze it? I hate for it to go to waste.
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It can work pretty well as an ingredient in mixed rice (or other grain) and mixed vegetable (combines especially well with corn) dishes, but "cups and cups" might be a bit difficult. Also can be mixed with simple ingredients such as cooked seafoods for a taco filling. Should freeze decently.
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Bottle it prettily, pack with a few related foods, and use as a promotional or thank you gift.
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Make soup by adding chicken broth and freeze it in containers. When ready to use, add shredded chicken and taco chips. Top with shredded cheddar a dollup of sour cream....Taco Soup! BB
Hmm, this has some potential.
Let us know if you give it a try. I have made this before and it’s quite good. After it has come to a simmer, adjust the seasonings to your liking. I add a bit of cumin and red pepper flakes.
Make tortilla soup. Put the pico de gallo in the pan. Saute it- then puree. Proceed with the other ingredients.
Other ingredients would be chicken stock,cumin, chili powder, crushed tortilla chips, a bit of coriander and some corn.
Could you cook it down in some oil to make a sofrito that you could use as a base for future recipes? You can freeze sofrito in small quantities and add a bit to rice, chicken, beans, stews, etc.
You can also put it in a jar, that last for about a week or so.
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