Enchiladas are a Mexican cuisine of corn tortillas quickly fried in oil, dipped in salsa, and filled with chicken or meat stuffing. They can also be filled with vegetables, beans, potatoes, cheese or a combination of all of the above....
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
This sauce is super easy and quick to prepare! It only takes a few minutes, but is so tasty and full of flavors! The mayonnaise can be replaced with yogurt or sour cream. You can adjust the spiciness and acid in the sauce to your taste. If the sauce is too spicy, add some more mayonnaise and lime juice. The...Read more
Caldo de pollo is a common Latin American soup that consists of chicken and vegetables. 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. What makes this soup different from many other versions of chicken soup is that, caldo...Read more
Salsa verde is a simple, green Mexican sauce made from tomatillos (they originate from Mexico, the taste is tart and vibrant. They are eaten raw or cooked in a variety of dishes, particularly salsa verde). A really authentic, full-of-flavor salsa, perfect with chips, eggs, quesadillas, enchiladas, chicharrónes, or as a topping for carne asada tacos. Great for dinner, any...Read more
These meatballs are so flavorful, tender, juicy and really easy to prepare. A perfect idea for your 'finger food' party, Super Bowl party, or even the holidays. You can make them for dinner with rice, potatoes or vegetables. And you can also serve with any Asian-flavored sauce to your taste.
This chicken came out so juicy and delicious, and the small kick from the garlic-cilantro sauce gives the chicken an elevated taste. One of my favorite recipes when cooking with a whole chicken! This serves great with vegetables, potatoes, pasta, or rice. I am definitely planning on making it again!