I was born in Mexico (probably in a puppy mill there but as a rescue, who knows?) and I celebrate Cinco de Mayo. There’s no better way to celebrate it than with food. Food is good-even on regular days. Today, yours truly, your Mexican chef will teach you how to make Kyla Kasserole. First you start with organic green beans-frozen is OK but never canned. This early in the season, you can’t get really fresh so use the frozen.
Put the beans in a casserole dish
Now, no Kyla Mexican dish is complete without salsa muy picante. Choose your hot sauce well. Here’s a rating system:
Going from left to right,
- use in a pinch
- best. You won’t find this in stores, it’s His home made 3 Mile Island sauce.
I thought I put beans in this. Ok, start off by putting a layer of beans in the bottom of a casserole dish
OK, where was I? Oh yes, I was telling you how to tell how good your hot sauce is
You go outside to your car and find a spot that can’t be seen. Put a drop of the sauce to be tested on it. If nothing happens, the sauce is bad-use it for spaghetti sauce. If the paint on the car blisters, it’s adequate. If there’s smoke and the paint vaporizes, it’s good. If there’s also now a hole in the car’s metal it’s better. 3 Mile Island also drops to the garage floor and makes a hole in the cement. Take your hot sauce and … whoa, what’s this?
It happened again. Worse than that, look at this
I’m now out of green beans. Kaci, be a dear and run to the store and get some green beans so I can finish this dish.
What’s that-you have a stomach ache and can’t move.
Sorry about that, dear readers. As Roseanne Roseannadanna often said, “Nevermind”.
Feliz 5 de 5.