I love making stuffed Poblanos peppers any time and in any way, but at this time of the year Chiles en Nogada are the most popular way to prepare them, as Mexicans celebrate the Mexican Independence during September, the colours of the ingredients resembled the colours of the Mexican flag.
I think just a few recipes in Mexico could describe the richness in traditions of our Mexican gastronomy and Chiles en Nogada is one of those dishes; full of history. The history of the creation of Chiles en Nogada goes back to August 1821 when the sister of Santa Monica Convent in Puebla wanted to… Continue reading →
I think just a few recipes in Mexico could describe the richness in traditions, flavours and ingenious of our Mexican gastronomy and Chiles en Nogada is one of those dishes; full of history, tradition, flavour and beauty making them one of the most popular Mexican dishes and everybody’s favourite. The story of the creation of… Continue reading →
Today is the evening of Mexican Independence Day and I didn’t know if I was going to go out with El inglés, aka, my husband to celebrate, so I organised to cook a proper Mexican dinner and I bought everything to make “Chiles en Nogada” but at the end we ARE going out, so… Continue reading →
Picadillo is a dish where all the ingredients are very finely chopped. This type of recipe is very popular not only in Mexico but all around Latin america and Spain. It can be made with mince beef, pork, chicken or sometimes seafood, but the meat always has to be minced. In my family my mum’s… Continue reading →
In Mexico “capear” or coat something in egg is very popular, we use this technique with a lot of vegetables, there is even a very famous dish, “Chiles en Nogada” that, traditionally, the poblano peppers are coated in egg first and then cover with a nutty sauce. In this recipe I am using spinach,… Continue reading →