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PSCHIAVONE2 SparkPoints: (18,903)
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1/11/13 10:23 A

I have the same ideas as FREEKINEVIL. I will cut some pork shoulder into bite size pieces, sauté in a pan and then add some potatoes and cactus. You can use green beans instead of cactus. Then add the salsa on top with some chicken broth and simmer for 20 minutes. Serve over brown rice or Aramanth. You cant go wrong adding salsa to most dishes.

CLRWILLIAMS25 SparkPoints: (32,730)
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1/2/13 12:08 P

I agree with the cottage cheese idea. It looks kind of gross, but I use it as a dip for carrots (could use other veggies too). You could also try to salsa chicken recipe on spark. It is delicious!

GRATTECIELLA SparkPoints: (35,308)
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1/1/13 3:11 P

Good ideas! I will add some to my next batch of vegetable tomato soup, or try it on eggs. My father also suggested stirring it into cottage cheese for lunch.

FREEKINEVIL SparkPoints: (1,249)
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1/1/13 4:46 A

Hi!
Use like you would tomatoe sauce. Add to soups or stews. Goes GREAT on salads,and egg dish's!
And dont stop there! Picante sace pairs extremely well with pasta for a change, and stir in beans and beans and corn for a taste low fat dip. You can use it for any type of sauce base, or flavor enhancer. Have fun putting is on veggie burgers or a low fat dip for veggies!

FREEKINEVIL SparkPoints: (1,249)
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1/1/13 4:45 A

Hi!
Use like you would tomatoe sauce. Add to soups or stews. Goes GREAT on salads,and egg dish's!
And dont stop there! Picante sace pairs extremely well with pasta for a change, and stir in beans and beans and corn for a taste low fat dip. You can use it for any type of sauce base, or flavor enhancer. Have fun putting is on veggie burgers or a low fat dip for veggies!

GRATTECIELLA SparkPoints: (35,308)
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12/31/12 5:58 P

I just discovered to open jars of pace picante sauce in the fridge, medium heat. I'm not sure who bought them. I've never cooked with picante sauce, although I love salsa. What do I do with them? Any suggestions?

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