Black Beans Tlacoyos with Red & Green Salsa

Tlacoyos are one of the most popular antojitos that Mexico has brought to the world. The origin of the Tlacoyos go back to prehispanic times. These little patties are made with corn dough and filled with refried beans or cheese or any other delicious filling that you can think of. They are not difficult to make and the result is wonderful! Continue reading “Black Beans Tlacoyos with Red & Green Salsa”

Tostadas de Ensalada de Nopal (Cactus Salad Tostadas)

There are two ways to make this salad, the first one is to buy fresh cactus and cook them yourself, that would be the best option as the cactus would be more crunchy and fresh, but if you, like me, live in a country where there is no cactus at all then buy the cactus in a jar, I know they won’t taste the same, but it would be ok. I usually remove all the onions and chillies that they come with, then I wash them very well several times and sometimes I even leave them for half an hour to soak in clean water and the taste of vinegar goes away. Try to do these tricks and hope for the best.
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