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Best Mexican Recipe Ever

1 Comment | Written on March 10, 2013 at 4:45 pm , by

Has anyone ever told you, “You make the best Mexican recipe ever!”  Well, now is your chance to prove it!  Oh, and you could take home up to $10,000.00 for your recipe.

This week the theme is “Mexican”  Do you make the “Best Mexican Recipe Ever?”  Enter today!

Keep reading to find out how you can win up to $10,000.00! 

Several ways to win:

1)  Editor’s Choice – $250.00 weekly prize, $10,000.00 Grand Prize

All entries will be judged by a qualified panel and one winner will be announced each week.  At the end of the contest, a Grand Prize winner will be awarded from among the weekly winners.

In addition to the $250 prize, the winners will also be featured right here on “The Daily Dish.”  Winners will also receive a badge they can post on their own blog or social media.  Every winner will be presented with a signed certificate that they make the “Best ___ Ever!”

(Hey bloggers, winning this contest is a great way to show off your skills and promote your site!)

2)  Reader’s Choice – $250 weekly prize, $1000 Ultimate Reader’s Choice prize

Get your friends and family to vote for your entry each week!  (One vote per person per day)  Email the link, share a link to your recipe on Facebook, post it on Twitter, “pin” your entry on Pinterest, blog about your entry, or more!  Get creative and hopefully walk away a Reader’s Choice winner.

Plus, there is a new twist this time around.  There will be a two week “vote off” at the end of the contest.  The Reader’s Choice winners from each week will go head-to-head and an “Ultimate Reader’s Choice” prize will be awarded!

FAQ’s:

-Can I win more than once throughout the duration of the contest?  Yes!  There is a limit of one (1) prize per person and per email address per calendar month. Other than that, keep those entries coming!

-Do I have to submit a photo?  In the weekly contest, a photo of your entry is not required.  Although photos are optional, we certainly encourage you to photograph your dish and show it off!  Just don’t lift a photo from the internet that is not your own.  This will disqualify your entry from winning any prize.  (We don’t judge the quality of your photo, so any snapshot of the dish is totally fine!)

-How does the voting count toward prizes?  Votes are for the Reader’s Choice prizes only.  Remember, votes are not taken into consideration for the Editor’s Choice winner.

-Can Food Bloggers enter?  Bloggers are allowed and encouraged to enter the weekly recipe contests!  As long as the entry is an original recipe, it is ok if the recipe has been previously posted on your own blog.

-Who won previous weekly contests?  Check out “The Daily Dish” every week for a new winner to be announced.  You can also see an archive of winners here:  http://www.betterrecipes.com/contests

-If you have any questions about this contest simply leave a comment below and I will get back to you!

-When in doubt, read the Official Rules for the full scoop!

One Response to “Best Mexican Recipe Ever”

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    Bill Lloyd says:

    Stuffed Peppers

    1 poblano pepper per person charred,peeled and seeded. Careful, slit only one side.

    1/2 lb black beans soaked for two hours. Pour off old water.
    Saute 3 cloves minced garlic, 1/2 cp minced white onion. When translucent, stir in 1/4 cup of recaito, 1 tblsp chili powder, 1 tblsp ground cumim, cover over 1″ with water, stir in 1 tsps caldo tomate and cook for about 1 hour on low till the beans are done but still have texture.

    Mix together about 2 parts beans with 1 part left over white rice and stuff the peppers with the mixture and a good sprig of cilantro in each. Not too full.

    Mix an 8 oz. can of tomato sauce with an 8 oz. can of chipoltle and adobo mashed up. Place prepared peppers in a sprayed caserole and cover with sauce. Cover all with grated cheese of your choice, I like jack, and bake for 20 to 30 minutes till cheese bubbles and peppers are heated through, at about 350*.

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