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Pampered Chef: Louisiana consultant needs a recipe from new cookbook.

  1. cbord

    cbord Member

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    I live between New Orleans and Baton Rouge. Our home and family are okay. We had lots of huge pine trees down. I was so suprise to see none hit our house. Some of my neighbors weren't so lucky. Our power was restored after 11 days. Our lives are slowly getting back to normal.
    I was so surprise to hear from current hostess as soon as the phones were restored. I have 3 that want to do their shows in spetember. I need the create a dip chicken fiesta recipe from the new stoneware cookbook.

    I earned my 1st super starter package in August. However, I haven't receive the pakage yet due to hurricane. I would appreciate someone posting the recipe and directions for me. I need to see if I can find all the ingredients in time for party.

    Thanks
    Charlene
     
    Sep 13, 2005
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  2. MSmith

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    Dip base: 1 (8oz) pkg cream cheese, soft
    1 garlic clove, pressed.
    Fiesta version:
    cheese: 1 cup (4oz) shredded mexican blend cheese
    sauce: 3/4 cup med. thick & chunky salsa
    toppings: 1 cup cooked, chopped chicken
    1/4 cup sliced pitted ripe olives
    garnish: 2 tbsp snipped fresh cilantro
    Lime Tortilla Chips

    Preheat oven 350. In small batter bowl, combine dip base ingredients. Add cheese, mix until well blended. Spread onto bottom of mini baker.

    spoon sauce (salsa) over cheese, sprinkle evenly with toppings.

    Bake 22-25 min or until dip is heated thru and outside edge is bubbly. sprinkle with garnish (cilantro) before serving, if desired. Serve warm with chips.
    yield: 14 servings.

    Lime Tortilla Chips
    8 (7in) flour tortillas
    2 tbsp lime juice
    1/4 tsp coarse salt

    preheat 400., brush one side of each tortilla w/ lime juice; sprinkle lightly w/salt. cut each tortilla into eight wedges; arrange half of the tortilla wedges in a single layer on Large Round stone. Bake 8-10 min or until edges are lightly browned & crisp.
    remove from stone, cool completely. repeat w/ remaining tortilla wedges.
     
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  3. kitchenqueen

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    Here it is!

    So glad to hear everything is okay!
    Here is the recipe I think you are looking for:

    Fiesta Chicken Dip

    DIP BASE: 1 package (8 oz) of cream cheese
    1 garlic clove pressed
    CHEESE: 1 cup shredded Mexican blend cheeses
    SAUCE: 3/4 cup medium thick and chunky salsa
    TOPPINGS: 1 cup chopped cooked chicken
    1/4 cup sliced pitted ripe olives
    GARNISH: 2 tablespoons snipped fresh cilantro
    Lime Tortilla Chips

    Preheat oven to 350. In Small Batter Bowl, combine Dip base ingredients. Add cheese, mix well until well blended. Spread onto bottom of mini baker

    Spoon sauce over cheese. Sprinkle evenly with toppings.

    Bake 22-25 minutes or until dip is heated through and outside edge is bubbly. Sprinkle Garnish before serving. If desired, serve warm with chips.

    **If you need the recipe for the Lime Tortilla Chops, let us know!! They are super easy!!

    Good Luck with your shows!!
     
    Last edited: Sep 13, 2005
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  4. kitchenqueen

    kitchenqueen Member

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    HAHAHA!! We must have been typing at the sametime!! :p
     
    Sep 13, 2005
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  5. MSmith

    MSmith Member

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    that's funny! I was wondering if that would happen! I just love how helpful everyone is on this site!!!
     
    Sep 13, 2005
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  6. cbord

    cbord Member

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    Thanks tro both of you.
    Stores are opening a little longer starting today. I am going to go early in morning to find the ingredients.
    I am hoping for a good show Saturday night. There was no invitations mailed sue to mail service. But the hostess said she was able to call some people. Our plan is to leave show oopen for a week so the hostess can reach more people. I already have one show booked from this one!!!
    I am havinga show every Saturday for next 3 weeks.
    Charlene
     
    Sep 15, 2005
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  7. kitchenqueen

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    I'd say that is pretty good for an area just hit by the worst natural disaster our country has experienced! My father in law has a friend that lives in Alabama and he emailed some pictures of the hurricane as it made it's way in and they were AMAZING! Very scary too! I am glad to hear that things are starting to look up. I think it will be nice for your guests to attend the kitchen show...not only can they replace anything that's been ruined, but to them it may feel like things are slowly getting back to normal. Good Luck at your show!
     
    Sep 15, 2005
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