Sundays wouldn’t be Sundays without a nice, cosy and homely meal and these corn fed poussins are just perfect. Poussins are small chickens and I prefer to cook with them as they are ready in less time than a normal size chicken.
Lets Cook Mexican
Pollo / Chicken
Hola lovely people! Yes, I know, What a lovely surprise this is! I haven’t post anything for a while, but I have been doing so many things, that I hardly had time to write. Anyway, I hope you are all ok and you are starting […]
Enchiladas Rojas are so popular in Mexico that you will find them in any Mexican restaurant, this is the type of dish that you could use to describe Mexican food: comforting, vibrant in colour, healthy, delicious, simple and use of chillies. In my family we […]
¡Hola! I have been away from posting recipes for a while, but today is a special day in Mexico, it is Día de la Candelaría, which is a catholic celebration and if you read my post about King’s Day when we do in Mexico Rosca […]
Today El inglés, aka the hubby, is at home, so I am cooking a nice cosy lunch for him, this is my mum’s easy and quick recipe for chicken and potatoe soup.
This broth is a mexican broth with lots of history behind, the Caldo Tlalpeño, comes from the city of Tlalpan in Veracruz, Mexico, long time ago, there was this dictator in Mexico call Antonio López de Santa Anna, who, one day after a very long […]
This is a very special dish for me, first because it is El inglés favourite dish and second because it used to be my dad the one who used to cook it for him. Nowadays the person in my family that cooks it to perfection […]
In México there is a dilemma about how is a tortilla filled with something, rolled and fried is call, some people call them “flautas” (flutes) others call them “tacos dorados” (fried tacos). I believe the name comes depending on how you make them, for me […]
The first time I tried this dish it wasn’t in Mexico, it was here in London at a friend’s house, there I was queuing again and again to get some more tinga tacos and since then I love the dish.