Albondigas Soup (also known as Mexican Meatball Soup) is a hearty Southwestern favorite that can stand on its own as a meal. Ground beef and sausage meatballs are simmered in a tomato and chile beef broth base.
Mozzarella Stuffed Meatballs are so versatile. Use them as a main dish, a meatloaf mix, or for appetizers. These Italian-style meatballs are stuffed with miniature balls of mozzarella cheese and baked before being served with a vodka tomato sauce over pasta of your choice.
Southwest Chicken Corn Chowder has a touch of Mexican flair with the flavors of mild green chiles, chili powder, and cilantro. This chowder goes together in no time. The mild green chiles are not spicy at all.
Mushroom Cheddar Soup elevates the already flavorful homemade cream of mushroom soup with the richness and tang of Cheddar cheese. This is incredibly easy to make and hearty enough to make a meal.
Ground turkey and chicken can be pretty bland and dry, but this Fiesta Turkey Loaf is far from it! Salsa, tortilla chips, and cheese give it a Mexican flair that shouts flavor. The mixture also works well for turkey burgers.
Roast Garlic Spinach Dip takes a classic party appetizer to new levels. The mellow, nutty flavor of roast garlic is an added bonus to the ever popular cheesy spinach dip. But wait, did I forget to mention the bacon? Yes!
Toffee Cheese Puffs are a killer addictive snack. I know, I know! Sounds incredibly weird, but one taste, and I promise you will be hooked! They are sort of like a savory candy, as odd as it sounds.
These meatball sliders go quick at parties, and they are such an easy appetizer to make. You may use frozen meatballs from the market or your own homemade meatballs. Economical hot dog buns serve as the buns.