I think you know by know that we Mexicans love our food spicy. Even if we don't enjoy spicy things as a child, like myself, you develop a taste for it and soon you start to feel like food doesn't taste as good, or has any flavor at all, unless it makes you cry of … Continue reading 3 super easy Mexican sauces for any occasion
Last week I found an amazing sale on Poblano peppers at about $.40 a pound and so I stocked up and figured out I could cook some Chiles Rellenos and one of my favorite comfort food: chicken in poblano pepper cream.
Believe it or not, my first time eating chiles rellenos was not that long ago, and I'm a Mexican born and raised in Mexico in my late 20's.
I once had one friend ask me for a good recipe for a marinade sauce to prepare meat in order to make carne asada in a true Mexican style. I was a little shocked by his question because where I come from, they meat doesn't need anything else than the heat from red hot mesquite charcoal and some salt.
There are a few dishes that bring in me a nostalgic sentiment. One that never fails to do so is Carne con Chile, which, by my definition, can be considered a comfort food from the state of Sonora, in northern Mexico.
Cinco de Mayo is a huge celebration and people go crazy on that day. They eat all sorts of Mexican food, drink Mexican beer or Tequila, make tons of guacamole and have a Mexican-brand hangover sometimes! So while America celebrates the triumph of Mexican militia over the French Army in the heroic Battle of Puebla, … Continue reading Authentic Mexican Pozole for your Cinco de Mayo Aftermath
Is a well known fact that Americans love guacamole. In fact, they eat tons of it during Cinco de Mayo. Guacamole is the heart of a party, whether is a small get-together with your closest friends or a huge family reunion, Mexican homes have always a place right in the center of the table for a bowl of a special recipe of the best guacamole they can make.