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Rivera’s Recipes

Here is a list of my recipes in no particular order.

If you are looking for my vintage New Mexico Family recipes , they are here.

at Sandia Peak, NM

Enjoy!

High Tea Lemon Bars

Dark of the Moon Chocolate Mousse

Buffalo, Pinon Nut and Red Chile Meatballs

Harvest Time in San Cristobal Vegan Chocolate Cake

Pueblo Fiesta Pickled Sweet Italian Peppers

Easy Baked Spinach Parmesan Souffle

Grange Potluck Butternut Squash Cake

Chocolate Ganache

Pennington Farms Cashew Butter and Marionberry Jam Squares

Biscuits Marquise with Local Huckleberry Jam

Peanut Butter Pecan Rice Pudding

Peanut Muffins for a Crowd

Farmers Market Chinese Plum Sauce with Red Jalapenos

Salty and Spicy Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

American Macaroons

Fresh Ricotta Holiday Pie

San Juan Hot Red and Green Chili Hushpuppies

Green Chili Pasta ala Tolotti

Szechuan Sweet Chili Sauce, Regent Hotel Albuquerque

Homestyle Traditional Red Chili Sauce

Spicy Pineapple Stir Fry ~ Sara’s Fresh Fabulous Foods, Albuquerque

Chaos Theory and the Art of Catering in Santa Fe

Ginger-Pineapple Muffins ~ Breakfast in Taos

Guadalupe Street Blue Cheese Pate

La Posada de Santa Fe Cranberry Pequin Sauce

Tortillas de Papas

Braised Fennel Chicken ~ Los Cerrillos Style

Madrid Boarding House Butternut Squash Muffins

Spicy Santa Fe Peanut Noodles

San Christobal Vegan Chocolate Ginger Cake

B & B Cocoa Molasses Chocolate Chip Cookies

Kewa Pueblo Horno Oven Sweet Bread

Mexican Black Bean Soup ~ homage to Santa Fe’s Natural Cafe

Pineapple Habenero Glaze (thanks to Robert Quintano)

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