Friday, April 29, 2011

Southwest Adobe Pie

I have been thinking about developing this recipe for some time and decided to make it for Cinco de Mayo. We are planning a small dinner party for Cinco de Mayo, so I am hoping that my new recipe will be a hit and I hope you will like it to.
Southwest Adobe Pie

The Recipe
The Filling
Add Onions, Red and Green Peppers to Browned Turkey
Add Green Chili's and Tomatoes
Add Roasted Corn
 Cover With The Masa Dough
Covered With Wet Parchment Paper
Cover With Foil and Seal
Bake and Let Cool Before Serving
Southwest Adobe Pie
Miz Helen's Kitchen
Serves 8 to 10
2 pounds ground Turkey browned
1 cup onion chopped
1/2 cup green bell pepper
1/2 cup red bell pepper
1 cup green chili's, chopped
2 cups stewed tomatoes with juice
2 cups roasted corn kernels from the cob
1 3/4 cups Cascabel/Guajillo Chili Sauce (recipe follows)
3 cloves garlic minced
2 limes juice and zest
2 teaspoons salt
2 teaspoons pepper
21/2 teaspoon ground cumin
2 tablespoons dried cilantro
Season the ground Turkey with 1 teaspoon salt and pepper, 1 teaspoon ground cumin.
In a large hot skillet brown the ground Turkey. Add the onion, red and green bell peppers, cook until onions are clear, stir well.Add the green chili's and tomatoes and stir well, cook on medium heat for 5 minutes. Add roasted corn, stir well and add the chili sauce and stir well. Add the lime juice and zest, minced garlic, 1 teaspoon salt and pepper, 11/2 teaspoons ground cumin and 2 tablespoons dried cilantro. Simmer for 10 minutes. 
Pour into 9X13 baking dish and top with the Masa Dough (Recipe Follows) Pat out circles of the dough and add to the top until the top is completely covered. Leave little holes for the steam to release.
Cover with a wet parchment paper then with foil and seal tight.
Bake covered at 350 degrees for 1 hour uncover and bake at 375 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes to slightly brown.
Garnish with Fresh Cilantro and limes.
Cascabel/Guajillo Chili Pod Chili Sauce
Soak Chili's In Water Until Soft
Pour Into Blender
Blend Until Thick
Cascabel/Guajillo Chili Sauce
Miz Helen's Kitchen
6 dried Cascabel/Guajillo Chili Pods
4 cups water
Remove the seeds from the chili pods, leaving a few if desired. Place in a medium size bowl pour 4 cups water over the chili's. Soak the chili's until soft. Pour the chili's and the water into a blender. Blend until the mixture thickens. Use to season dishes or as a sauce. Will keep in the refrigerator for several weeks.
Masa Dough
Mix The Masa With Water or Chicken Broth
Add the Masa Mixture to The Whipped Shortening
Masa Dough
Miz Helen's Kitchen
2 cups Masa
2 cups lukewarm water or chicken broth
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon chili powder
2/3 cup lard or shortening
In a medium bowl mix the Masa, chili powder, baking powder, and salt. Add the water or chicken broth and mix well.
In a mixer, mix the lard or shortening until it is light and fluffy.
Add the Masa mixture and beat until it looks like a sponge.
Set aside in the refrigerator for 1 hour.

Just A Squeeze Of Lime Juice On Top
Enjoy!
I am so happy that you stopped by today and hope you have a great Cinco de Mayo! Come back to see us real soon here at The Country Cottage.
Peace and Joy


29 comments:

  1. I'm buying some masa for the first time tomorrow to do Pioneer Woman's Chili for my family. I'm going to try this recipe next week. Looks really good.

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  2. Oh my goodness does that look good. I will definitely be making this soon. I have a bag of masa that I had no idea what to make with...now I do. Thanks :)

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  3. Oh my gosh! This looks soo good. There is always something new out there to learn about cooking and I've learned a lot from you! I've never cooked with the Masa dough. I make something like this but top it with sweet cornbread instead...I can't wait to try this dough!
    Great idea! Thank you for sharing this!

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  4. Looks good! I just have to point out that you're cooking like a real Mexican. We always puree our chilies in the blender. :) Love guajillos! :)

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  5. Fantastic pie...and that chili sauce is perfection!

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  6. I have never seen anything like this before. I wish the computer had "smellivision" . I'll have to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing it. Have a great weekend.
    x Marnie

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  7. Oh I love love love mexican food and this looks so very good!!! Thank you for such a great looking recipe!!

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  8. Wow, pie is looking so wonderful with lots of flavour, can almost smell it. I will try it definitely and oh.. I love mexican food.

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  9. That sure does look good and for my hubby it's gluten free! Gotta love that. Thanks

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  10. All I have to say is "Ole'" and "Bring it on"! :)

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  11. Oh my stars, this looks wonderful! I will have to try it although I've never used masa. Can you believe that??? A Native Texan too ~ :-)

    My apologies re: the mix-up with my post for Thursday's meme. I hope the corrected one works, however, I don't know how to delete the first one, #88. Could not get that original photo to work. :-(

    Thanks in advance for your help!
    xo
    Pat

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  12. This look so delicious and so flavourful! I know that I will really love this! Thank you Miz Helen, have a lovely week ahead!

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  13. Wow, Miz Helen-you really went through a lot of detailed stuff to make this amazing Tex-Mex Adobe Pie. Looks so authentic, colorful and super delicious. It's a must try!
    Thanks for sharing...
    and have a wonderful Sunday:DDD

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  14. what an awesome recipe looks delicious a real family treat come see me at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

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  15. Looks and sounds delicious! Perfect for Cinco de Mayo! Thank you for linking up!

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  16. WOW! This recipes is tremendous. I was just standing in the store looking at masa wondering how to use it. Now I know. I will definitely use this recipe with my family. Thanks! Found you via Hunk of Meat Monday.

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  17. Helen, this looks so delicious! I am going to have to get the ingredients today and try it out. :)

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  18. Hello Miz Helen, I am featuring this great recipe on my Wednesday and wanderings! Thanks so much.

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  19. This sounds great! I haven't made anything with Masa yet. Have fun at your party:@)

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  20. Hi Miz Helen,
    I love the ingredients in this recipe! Sounds delicious! Thanks for linking up to Melt in Your Mouth Monday!

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  21. This looks amazing. Just found your blog and have become your newest follower. I have a bichon also and blog about him often. Would love for you to visit me and follow back if you like. Gotta go buy some masa and make this dish!

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  22. Oh my goodness! That looks delicious and I MUST try it!

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  23. Thanks for linking up to THIS WEEK's CRAVINGS "Mexican Dishes". We appreciate you sharing your recipe with us! We hope you come back next Monday for "Brunch Recipes / Mother's Day". Have a great weekend!

    http://momscrazycooking.blogspot.com/search/label/THIS%20WEEKS%20CRAVINGS

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  24. Great recipe. I'm bookmarking this one. I was just looking at the "Taco Pie" another blogger posted and was wondering what I could use instead of cornbread topping. When I saw this a light bulb went off in my head. I bought a big bag of masa to make arepas with, and now I have my answer. Thanks for the incentive and lovely recipe.

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  25. Oh I do like the sound of this Southwest Adobe Pie, Miz Helen - what lovely flavours! Hope you had a wonderful Cinco De Mayo, and thank you for sharing another excellent recipe with the Hearth and Soul Blog Hop.

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  26. This sounds excellent! I love all of the flavors.

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  27. this looks incredible and a great way to celebrate cinco de mayo! next year, i am coming to your house ;) thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club.

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