Cooking Comadres Plant Based Alegrias by Jenn from The Green Diary

Today I am so happy to share with you this recipe of “Plant Based Alegrias” made by Jenn, a talented Mexican lady living in Ireland. She contacted me a few days ago asking me if she could be part of the “Cooking Comadres Club” and I felt very honoured to featured her recipe here in my blog. Continue reading “Cooking Comadres Plant Based Alegrias by Jenn from The Green Diary”

Cooking Comadres Mexican BBQ Menu

Nobody does bbqs like Mexicans do!! we love having a fiesta whenever we can and when we do, we do it big with lots of food and drink. In my family a typical “Carne Asada” (the way we call bbq in Baja California) includes guacamole, steak tacos, beans, salsa bander, spicy salsas, tortillas, quesadillas and, of course, beers and when everybody is in full swing, the tequila comes out!! the music get louder and we all have lots of fun. Continue reading “Cooking Comadres Mexican BBQ Menu”

Cooking Comadres Mexico City Gorditas de Piloncillo

My cooking comadres club is growing!! This time I had my lovely friend Claudia who came to cook with me the simplest dish ever, we cooked gorditas with piloncillo (jaggery), she had been telling me for months that she wanted to cook these addictive little patties for me for ages, but for some reason every time we used to organised something, we had to cancel it. Continue reading “Cooking Comadres Mexico City Gorditas de Piloncillo”

Paletas de Yogur con Vainilla y Ate de Membrillo (Quince, Vanilla and Yogurt Ice Lollies)

It is the summer season, and this only calls for something nice and cold and these ice lollies are just perfect for those hot days. This flavour brings me back to my childhood in Mexico, when I was at primary school, they used to sell these lovely milk paletas with a piece of quince. Continue reading “Paletas de Yogur con Vainilla y Ate de Membrillo (Quince, Vanilla and Yogurt Ice Lollies)”

Ensalada a la Parrilla de Lechuga y Durazno (Gem Lettuce and Peach Grilled Salad)

Today is the first day of summer and to celebrate this day I decided to cook a lovely recipe with ingredients that are in season and peaches and gem lettuce are so lovely at the moment and if grilled, it intensifies their flavour. I know there are many simmilar recipes like this, but I made it my own by making a tomatillo, also known as Mexican husk tomato, salsa dressing. Continue reading “Ensalada a la Parrilla de Lechuga y Durazno (Gem Lettuce and Peach Grilled Salad)”

Tacos de Barbacoa de Res (Brisket Barbacoa)

Barbacoa is one of my favourite recipes ever! In Mexico we call barbacoa to the way the meat is cook and traditionally to cook a proper barbacoa you have to dig a hole in the ground, but eh! I do not see myself doing that in my garden, so I think I will stick to the easy option, so I used my casserole dish and after an hour or an hour and a half voila! magic happened in my kitchen and we got a wonderful aroma of a delicious barbacoa. Continue reading “Tacos de Barbacoa de Res (Brisket Barbacoa)”