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Enchiladas Suizas (Swiss Enchiladas)

Enchiladas Suizas (Swiss Enchiladas)

This is one of those recipes that I have very near to my heart because these lovely enchiladas were my dad’s favourite enchiladas. Every time he used to make them, we kind of used to lick the plate, I used to have around five!

Linguine with a Creamy Poblano Pepper Sauce

Linguine with a Creamy Poblano Pepper Sauce

Winter is coming and here at home we seem to be preparing for it! Or to be honest with you, it seems that I have been preparing for it, as I seem to be the only one craving hearty dishes or better said, err! high […]

Crema de Rajas (Poblano Rajas Cream Soup)

Crema de Rajas (Poblano Rajas Cream Soup)

There are days that all I fancy doing is nothing and today is one of those days, but at the end I ended up working a lot, where do time goes??? As I am writing this recipe is almost time to pick up my little […]

Rajas con Huevos (Poblano Strips with Eggs)

Rajas con Huevos (Poblano Strips with Eggs)

There is no better way to start a day than having a nice, quick and healthy breakfast and this recipe ticks all those boxes! With no time to spare in the mornings the last thing I want to be doing is a complicate breakfast, so […]

Tartitas de Calabaza, Rajas y Queso Cabra (Pumpkin, Poblano Strips & Goat Cheese Mini Galettes)

Tartitas de Calabaza, Rajas y Queso Cabra (Pumpkin, Poblano Strips & Goat Cheese Mini Galettes)

Autumn is one of my favourite seasons, it is the time for pumpkins, Day of the Dead, nice baking, etc. It makes me feel cosy and nostalgic and it always makes me want to cook more. During this time I usually try to master my […]

Chiles Rellenos (Stuffed Chillies)

  Chiles Rellenos originated in the city of Puebla, Mexico, in the traditional recipe the pepper is coated in egg and fried, but I made them the way my family makes them and it is a more healthier option, no frying involved.