Category Archives: Mexican
Sopa de jitomate rostizado con pimiento 🍅 Baked Tomato cream soup with bell pepper 🌶 This creamy tomato soup is made with fresh tomatoes and bell peppers, and it is delicious if you accompany it with cheese, croutons, or chips. You can use goat cheese for serving with this soup, or any other cheese. This time, I put in crumbled...Read more
Marquesitas Yucatecas con Nutella y Queso This is a rolled-up crispy wafer tube about 20 cm in size, with a filling to your taste. Usually, it is stuffed with Gouda cheese along with a sweet stuffing — Nutella, banana, strawberries, Peanut butter, various jams, cajeta (a type of caramel sauce), chocolate sauce, condensed milk, etc. The...Read more
This is a rolled-up crispy wafer tube about 20 cm in size, with a filling to your taste. Usually, it is stuffed with Gouda cheese along with a sweet stuffing — Nutella, banana, strawberries, Peanut butter, various jams, cajeta (a type of caramel sauce), chocolate sauce, condensed milk, etc. The taste of Marquesitas is unique for its perfect combination of sweet, salty, crunchy and...Read more
What a fantastic chefs dinner with 7 courses and drinks ($35!!) Amazing night with friends and delicious dinner! Menu 1. Salmón tiradito with creamy black avocado and royal lemon. Pairing: White Spritz cocktail. 2. Vegetables simphony with caramelized green apple and gorgonzola. Pairing: Mountain horchata cocktail. 3. Inverted toasted shrimp black aguachile on jicama carpaccio. Pairing: Casa madero chardonnay. 4. Potatoe and pancetta cream with brie...Read more
Mexico is so popular with the huge number of various salsas, all very tasty! Whether you like it hot and spicy, cold and mild, easy or complicated, there are so many different kinds, it will take forever to try them all! I added my simple recipe for Salsa Verde (Green Sauce) andRead more
Caldo de Pollo (Homemade Chicken Soup) with corn chips and avocado, perfect dish for this cold, windy weather. In Mexico, this soup is used during illnesses as a treatment for colds, as well as a regular comfort food for cold or under-the weather days.
I made Pan de Muerto (Bread of the Dead) already a couple times. This time I found a slightly simpler version of this delicious bread which makes it so much easier to work with the dough, and they are in shape of cupcakes, which are so soft and fluffy, with the classic finishing touch of...Read more