Hi guys! Welcome to a new week, it is Monday and the weather in London is not great, as usual, but as you probably know, Mondays for me are special because my husband, el inglés, stays at home to work, so I always try to make something extra yummy on this day and today I thought to combine two of his favourite things, pozole & lobster, he loves pozole and seafood, so cooking pozole with lobster makes this Mexican dish extra luxurious! Continue reading “Pozole de Langosta (Lobster Pozole)”
What are you cooking today? Well I cooked some delicious Caldo de Res or a lot of people know it as “Cocido” which is Beef Broth or Stew. My dad was a fan of these type of recipes, he even used to cook this in summer!!! I know, a bit crazy right? But according to him this dish makes miracles, especially for children, he used to make us eat everything in it. Continue reading “Caldo de Res (Beef Broth)”
Such a nice weather in London, it seems that spring is almost here and that makes me so excited, I love spring because London is beautiful during this season, lots of flowers everywhere, lots of sunshine and also it means that summer is almost here! Continue reading “Tacos Vegetarianos (Vegetarian Tacos)”
This is very easy recipe perfect for a Friday night, because Friday nights are for indulge yourself and for us at home we always have something that we have been craving for a while and today is the case of Chicharrón (pork crackling) in Salsa Verde (tomatillo based sauce). Continue reading “Chicharrón en Salsa Verde (Pork Crackling in a Green Salsa)”
The summer is almost around the corner and with a bit more sun every day I feel very inspired. Today I cooked this lovely and very refreshing cold soup or gazpacho with some nice cucumber and delicious ripe avocados and to give that crunch to this silky soup I pickled some veggies in lime and salt and I finished it off with some good quality extra virgin olive oil, fresh fennel & Maldon salt, and a good squeeze of lime! Continue reading “Sopa Fría de Pepino y Aguacate (Cucumber & Avocado Cold Soup)”
It can be use as a side dish or as a nibble or just as a snack with some cold beers.
I am sure that you can find this recipe almost in every Mexican recipe blog or book, so I have to have it in mine. Continue reading “Pico de Gallo (Mexican Tomato Salad)”
So today I have for you this amazing and super mega easy recipe that anybody can do! All you need is some super fresh mussels, tequila and some other bits and bobs. I personally love cooking with tequila from time to time, it adds so much flavour to food and makes everything tastes super yummy! Continue reading “Mejillones al Tequila (Mussels in Tequila)”
Fridays are usually days for me to relax, I tried to have one day to do things I have been thinking of doing, but I never find the time for them, so today I decided it was going to be that day and I planned to do several little, quick recipes that you can keep in the fridge or cupboard for weeks or even months, so I am sharing the recipes with you. Continue reading “Hecho en Casa (Homemade)”
Hola amigos! Apologies for not posting anything recently but we are in Ensenada at the moment having a wonderful time with my family in Mexico.
Today I want to share with you the lovely experience we had in “Osho” restaurant and this quick recipe of Chiles Toreados (tossed peppers) I had in there with my delicious chilaquiles. Continue reading “Osho Restaurant & Chiles Toreados (Toreados Serrano Peppers)”
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”