My Latest Recipes 29
  • THE BEST FUDGE BROWNIES EVER from softshellcrab in Albuquerque, NM.
    Anyone who has used King Arthur flour probably has this recipe. I got it off the flour bag. Sound absolutely wonderful, but I ha...
  • PLUM CUSTARD KUCHEN from softshellcrab in Albuquerque, NM.
    There are lots of recipes for fruit kuchens, but this one is extra yummy, rich and fattening. You may also use raspberries or app...
  • Plum Kuchen from softshellcrab in Albuquerque, NM.
    When plums are ripe on the tree, or in the market, this is one recipe to try. We love it in our family. I have a recipe for Plum...
  • CHILE RELLENOS GUILLERMOS from softshellcrab in Albuquerque, NM.
    This recipe is from the Great Green Chile Classic Cookbook put out by the Albuquerque Tribune newspaper in 1975. It is so tasty a...
  • WILD RICE WITH CRANBERRIES AND CARMELIZED ONIONS from softshellcrab in Albuquerque, NM.
    This is a great recipe from the Ocean Spray website. It is simply delicious served with chicken, turkey or pork. I can make a me...
  • BENNE WAFERS from softshellcrab in Albuquerque, NM.
    This is a recipe from The Ultimate Southern Living Cookbook. It is one of my favorite cookies. Not real sweet like a lot of cooki...
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  • trisha6341 1 year ago about MEXICAN SHRIMP COCKTAIL
    So glad summer is here so we can eat this again! I ordered a case of Cameronazo (shrimp and tomato juice from Walmart) and I am ready for the summer! This is THE best recipe. I judge all shrimp cocktails by this even when we eat out! I follow this recipe exactly except the juice.
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  • grillcoop 1 year ago about ORIGINAL MAID-RITES COPYCAT
    Just like the resturants only you can make at home. I think they are worth making. Very good with pickles on top!
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  • hunnee 3 years ago about MEXICAN SHRIMP COCKTAIL
    mmm this sounds wonderful and all the flavors sound like they compliment each other well, thank you.
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  • trisha6341 4 years ago about MEXICAN SHRIMP COCKTAIL
    I make this about 3 times a month now that its sooo hot out. Everyone loves this recipe.
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  • trisha6341 4 years ago about MEXICAN SHRIMP COCKTAIL
    Your recipe looks it will taste like the ones I have had at some of the Mexican Seafood restaurants that I really love. Thanks for the recipe. This will make my diet much more pleasant!
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  • 22566 6 years ago
    Thank-you for viewing the bean recipe and commenting.

    Hope you are having a good evening.

    Kind Regards
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  • softshellcrab 6 years ago
    Hi, justjakesmom. Yes that is the correct amount of baking powder. It is probably to compensate for so many bananas. Needs more lift, I guess, but then so do I. LOL
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  • justjakesmom 6 years ago
    I have a question, softshell, I was looking at your "Best Banana bread" recipe. I want to make it, but is that a typo - "7" tsp. of baking powder? I just have never seen that much in a banana bread recipe. Always 1 or 1 1/2 tsp. ???
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  • softshellcrab 6 years ago
    Wish I could take credit for those chiles, but they are grown extensively in NM, dried and made into ristras to hang. I always have chiles hanging on my front porch.
    I plant a few plants in my home garden each spring so I can have fresh really handy, but I buy whole, frozen green chiles from a local grower each year. They are so beautifully roasted and packaged, they seem like fresh. If anyone needs their name and address, they do ship all kinds of chile products, and have a website, so here it is .... www.sichlerfarms.com.
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  • maggiehc 6 years ago
    I love your recipes and the beautiful picture of the dried chiles. Did you grow all of those yourself?
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  • shepherdrescue 6 years ago
    Love your pictures! Any horse and dog lover is a friend of mine! Hope you accept my friend invite. New Mexico is one of the most beautiful places on earth. You're lucky to live there!
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  • softshellcrab 6 years ago
    Auntybea.....I fibbed....here it is. Enjoy!
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  • softshellcrab 6 years ago
    I will, AuntyBea. Might be later tonight.
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  • auntybea 6 years ago
    Could you please post your plum custard kuchen recipe???? My Great-Aunt gave me her recipe before she passed away, but it's not really a recipe and doesn't have amounts. I would like to see someone else's to see what amounts of ingredients I need!
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  • pleclare 6 years ago
    Thanks for the comment on the asparagus!
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