Taquitos Dorados (Fried Taquitos Sinaloa Style)

Today it is a very important day for Mexican Food Memories and me, we now have a YouTube Channel, you can find me as “Mexican Food Memories” and this is the first recipe I am sharing with you there, so at the end of this post you will find the link for the Video Recipe. Please don’t forget to subscribe and like the videos.  Continue reading “Taquitos Dorados (Fried Taquitos Sinaloa Style)”

Camarones a la Diabla (Prawns Devil Style)

Today I am in the mood of spicy food and I remember about this recipe, Camarones a la Diabla, in English you would call them Devil Prawns, I guess because they have tons of chipotle!!

So for this recipe we will need prawns, good prawns, peeled and ready to cooked, then we will smothered them in a creamy chipotle marinade, then fried them with a bit of onion and lots of garlic and listo!! You will have a nice meal in minutes! Continue reading “Camarones a la Diabla (Prawns Devil Style)”

Tiritas de Camote (Sweet Potato Fries with a Mexican Touch)

This is a quick and easy recipe for days like today, grey and cold, I am waiting for a friends to cook together and I want to surprise her with a delicious, informal lunch, something that we can ear while we are cooking, so I thought about these sweet potato fries, I have seen lots of versions of this dish, I think you basically have add whatever you fancy! I tried to make mine with a Mexican touch, so I added different Mexican ingredients that would enhanced the flavour of the sweet potatoes. Continue reading “Tiritas de Camote (Sweet Potato Fries with a Mexican Touch)”

Carne en su Jugo (Beef in its own Juices)

Good morning lovely people! Today’s recipe is a classic dish from Jalisco, Carne en su Jugo and if you translate it into English, it means, beef in its own juices, but here is the thing, the meat is not really cook in its own juices, this lovely and delicious dish goes with a yummy salsa that is prepared with tomatillos, then when you serve it, you need to serve it with fresh frijoles de la olla (beans from the pot), so if you plan to cook this dish, put your pinto beans to soak early in the morning and then cook them, so they’re ready to have them with the beef. Continue reading “Carne en su Jugo (Beef in its own Juices)”

Taquitos de Moronga (Black Pudding Taquitos) 

Today is Friday, that means a little bit of indulgence in my house, wine and cheese in the evening and for lunch these amazing and utterly delicious tacos de moronga or black pudding tacos, yes! You read right! It is black pudding, but it is cooked in a way that you would never know that it is black pudding. I bought my black pudding in my organic and free range butcher, they make their own there, so it was very fresh.

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