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Month: November 2015

Nopalitos Rellenos (Cheese Stuffed Nopalitos)

This is a wonderful recipe, I would say is the sort of deconstruction of “Nopales in Chile Colorado” recipe but with a twist, the egg coating. In Mexico egg coating is very popular, the most popular dish is “Chiles Rellenos” which you can find here in […]

Orejas (Sweet Puff Pastry Ears)

In Mexico “Pan Dulce” or sweet bread, is a big thing, there is an enormous varieties of sweet bread that you can’t even imagine, we even have special shops that only sell “Pan Dulce” they are call “Panaderias”, bakeries.

Caldo Tlalpeño (Tlalpeño Style Broth)

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 […]

Tacos Al Pastor (Al Pastor Tacos)

Imagine yourself standing up on the  pavement of a street,  surrounded by a bunch of people opening their mouths to stuff themselves with these little things that taste heavenly and hearing things like “dos de asada, con mucha salsa y guacamole” or  “me das cuatro […]

Frijoles Fritos (Refried Beans)

A few weeks ago I bumped into one of my hubby’s friends at a supermarket. I was very surprised to him see him doing the supermarket shopping (according to me, all husbands hate supermarkets, specially mine), but he told me that he is the one […]

Huevos Rancheros (Ranch Style Eggs)

This morning I fancied something cosy to eat, the weather in London is a bit chilly, my son Emilio and I are at home just chilling out, so I decided to cook a classic Mexican recipe known by almost everybody “Huevos Rancheros”, they look fancy […]

Alegrías de Amaranto (Amaranth Bar Alegrías)

  Every year around mid February, Ensenada hosts a traditional port carnival, this is what port cities do. My parents always used to take us to see the parade in the afternoon and that was my favourite part as they used to get us lots […]

Ensalada Mexicana de Berros (Mexican Watercress Salad)

While growing up in Mexico one of the things I remember the most about my childhood is going to the countryside to see what we could find, watercress was always the plant that was there growing in the wild, my dad adored to eat it […]

Caldo de Pescado (Mexican Fish Broth)

Growing up a in port city, one can have the opportunity to enjoy very fresh fish and seafood. Ensenada is one of those cities, its famous “Mercado Negro” a fish market where you can find very fresh produce. Since I was a child my family […]

Picadillo de Res (Beef Picadillo)

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.