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    Meatless Mole Enchiladas

    June 2020
    Sonia Sigur, now a three-time participant in this blog, outdid herself this time with an easy and irresistible enchilada recipe. Her filling consists solely of fresh ingredients -- Melissa's Peewee Dutch Yellow® Potatoes, Veggie Sweet Mini Peppers, riced cauliflower and tomato -- laced with jalapeño.
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    A Springtime Crostini

    May 2021
    This month’s featured dish is by one of Melissa’s culinary contributors, Dana Hall, who works from a home office – her kitchen in the Phoenix-Scottsdale area of Arizona. 
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  • Cauliflower Stir Fry
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    Cauliflower Stir Fry

    March 2021
    This month’s featured recipe, submitted by Sandra Andrade in Melissa’s Mail Order & Customer Service Department...
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  • Jackfruit Tacos
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    Jackfruit Tacos!

    May 2020
    Jackfruit comes from the jackfruit tree, a relative of the breadfruit family and grows exclusively in Southeast Asia.
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  • Grandma’s Mango Con Chile
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    MANGOES in CHILE SAUCE!

    April 2020
    While a perfectly ripe mango is the main ingredient, the real star of Maribel’s dish is the unique flavor combination of...
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  • A Bowl of Dinner
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    A Bowl of Dinner

    March 2020
    This month’s featured recipe comes from the refrigerator of Sabrina Ortiz, a member of Melissa’s Marketing Team. 
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  • Mom’s Famous Tacos
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    Mom's Tuesday Tacos

    May 2019
    Here’s a very tasty and versatile taco stuffing recipe just in time to include in your Cinco de Mayo celebrations this month, compliments of Lacy Garcia of the company’s Retail Marketing Team.
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  • Calabacitas
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    Calabacitas!

    March 2019
    Literally translated, “calabacitas” is Spanish for “little squash”; however, in New Mexico, it is the name of a quintessential side dish considered a culinary icon of the region. 
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