As a Brand Ambassador for Hamilton Beach I received the Stack and Snap™ 10 CupFood Processor to review, however, all opinions are 100% my own. This giveaway
is sponsored by Hamilton Beach.}
love Mexican food! Hands down it’s something I could eat multiple times a week.
Not kidding. Growing up in San Diego I had a plethora of amazing Mexican joints
to pick from. Now that I’m living in Tahoe that isn’t the case. We’ve found one
restaurant actually worthwhile otherwise we make our own. Luckily there’s a mexican meat market down the street from us!
we switched to eating Paleo at the beginning of the year I couldn’t wait to try
Against All Grain’s Roasted-Tomatillo Salsa and Mexican Chicken Chowder. Let’s
just say it’s now one of our favorite dishes to make. Her salsa is incredibly
tasty and easy to make and all you need is food processor!
start with the Hamilton Beach Stack and Snap 10 cup Food Processor
stack & snap assembly
patent-pending design requires no difficult twisting & locking
function guide shows you which blade to use & which button to press
Mouth® feed tube reduces pre-cutting
bowl prevents leaks
450 watt motor
S-blade locks into bowl and stays put during pouring
safe blades, bowl, & lid
to the massive food processor I already had the Stack and Snap Food Processor
is nice and compact making it easy for storage, cleaning, and smaller dishes.
Don’t let it’s size fool you. It’s mighty and gets the job done. In the few
weeks I’ve had the food processor it’s already been used five or six times!
from it being so compact everything stores nicely inside. Yes, you don’t have to
worry about finding all the pieces when you need to use it. It’s a bit loud and
blows air while in use, but overall it’s the perfect kitchen tool. Plus, you
can’t beat the price of $59!
Against All Grain cookbook}
pound tomatillos – husked and rinsed
large garlic cloves
cup chopped fresh cilantro
cup diced white onion
teaspoon fresh lime juice
teaspoon sea salt
oven to 425 degrees
the tomatillos, chilies and garlic on rimmed baking sheet in the top third of
the oven, about 6 inches away from the heating element. Roast until black spots
bubble up and the vegetables soften, about 5 minutes. Flip them over and roast
for an additional 5 minutes.
Cool for five
minutes, then transfer everything to the processor, including all the juices in
the pan. Add the remaining ingredients and pulse until smooth. Chill before
serving. Makes about two cups.
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