These eggs will not stain clothes or hands and they are perfect for an egg hunt because the dew from the grass will not change the colors and because they blend so well with rocks and leaves, they are a bit of a challenge for the older kids. The yellow and red onions produce a stronger color than the white skins and some will be so beautiful that they are the only centerpiece you will need and you will wish you can keep it forever.
If you love the crisp fried noodle strips often used as garnishes in Chinese restaurants, try making your own with just 2 ingredients -- egg roll wrappers and vegetable oil. Serve the crispy treats in sweet and tangy duck sauce and spicy Chinese mustard sauce.
This is the 'salsa de tomatillo' that I grew up with. It can be used as a sauce for grilled chicken, fish or shrimp, as the basis for green chilaquiles (pour over tortilla chips, shredded cooked chicken and shredded Monterey Jack, then heat under the broiler), and as a dipping sauce for chips. Delicioso!
A whole sweet onion is cored, then filled with a beef bouillon cube and butter before being wrapped in foil and grilled. The butter and beef flavoring combine with the sweet onion for a surprisingly delectable side dish.
This recipe from the Florida Keys has been given to almost everyone I know. It is the best marinade for chicken, and it only takes 30 minutes from prep till you can grill! It's a great blend of flavors with honey, soy sauce, and lime juice. If you have time, try marinating overnight for the fullest flavor.