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....
Mexican! Pork costillas ( from the smoker yesterday) with chorizo (I used crock pot after smoker) , Spanish red rice, salsa verde/ tomatillos, black beans Tomatillo Salsa Verde Salsa Verde (boiled version) Homemade Corn Tortillas with Puerto Rican Shredded Pork with Pico de Gallo, Guacamole and Black Beans Read more
Quick, and easy, this is a great recipe for ribs, especially if you are having a big family or waiting friends for dinner. The great part about this is how easy they are to prepare, just put in a crock pot, which gives you time to rest before the party while your guests will still think you cooked for...Read more
Usually on weekends we love to cook dinner with the whole family. I think it's a great family tradition, and benefits all of us, parents and kids. And with big pleasure everything is eaten :) This past weekend we cooked together again one of our favorite cuisines, Mexican! We decided to make tacos, it’s a perfect choice for dinner...Read more
I am always looking for new crockpot recipes. This time I cooked a whole chicken which turned out juicy, tender and flavorful. The meat easily came off the bones and all you need to do is put the chicken in the crockpot and cover with spices, turn on the crockpot and wait. Serve the chicken with rice, mashed...Read more
Flavorful and tender meat in an Asian style sauce. The meat falls off the bone as you take them out of the crock! You can add some vegetables towards the end like carrots, celery, bell peppers, pea pods or cook the vegetables separately and serve them with the meat and white rice. Add the ingredients to your slow cooker before...Read more
In this recipe I use fig jam but you can substitute with any other sweet jam or just use honey. If you don't have spicy tomato paste, replace with chili sauce or chili peppers. There are some options for how you can cook these ribs: simmer in a pan then fry in the oven as I did, or fry them...Read more
Adobo is the name of a popular Filipino dish that is cooked with chicken, meat or seafood, marinated in a sauce of vinegar and garlic, and then fried and simmered in the marinade. Usually they are using coconut, rice or cane vinegar, but you can try white or cider vinegar. The dish is so easy to prepare, the meat...Read more