Soups

Sojachi Mushroom Soup Recipe. A Tarahumara Mushroom at the Table.

Sopa de Hongos

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Caldo Tlalpeño Recipe, the Original Version from Tlalpan in Mexico City

There are several versions of the origin of Caldo Tlalpeño, three states fight over where this traditional dish originated. Among the three states who claim the original version is Mexico City, although it is rather Tlalpan who deserves it because it is said that General Santa Ana, who was a great parrandero that frequently attended the San Agustín de las …

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White Rice with Corn and Poblano Chili Recipe, from Grandma’s Cookbook

From the book Las senadoras suelen guisar (“Senators that Cook”) 1964. The senator’s wife from Mexico City in 1964 shared this delicious recipe. It is one of the most traditional recipes of Mexican cuisine. White Rice with Corn and Poblano Chili is a true classic. INGREDIENTS for White Rice with Corn and Poblano Chili 1/2 kilo white rice 4 large and …

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Chipilin Soup Recipe with Corn Dough Balls, A Love of the Chiapanecos

My mom is from Chiapas, and since she was a little girl, the much loved Chipilin Soup with Corn Dough Balls was always present at our table. But surely you will ask what is Chipilín, and why the balls. Well, it turns out that the chipilín is a leaf that, according to the Mayan legend, is a Mayan princess and represents …

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Jackal Fish Soup Recipe

This traditional dish from Colima comes from the Pre-hispanic era. Jackal fish are langoustines from the river, and the name in Spanish chacales comes from the original word in náhuatl, chacallin. This recipe for Jackal Fish Soup is an original recipe from the book Senators that Cook (“Las Senadoras suelen guisar”) edited in 1964. INGREDIENTES For Jackal Fish Soup 3 kilos of fresh jackal fish*  4 …

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Baja California Style Clam Chowder Recipe

From the Senators of Baja California in 1964, this delicious version of Baja California Style Clam Chowder will make you lick your fingers and anyone who you share it with will be very happy. INGREDIENTES for Baja California Style Clam Chowder 4 kilos small clams 1 kilo tomatoes 1/2 kilo onion 5 cloves garlic 200 grams butter 1 poblano or morrón …

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Campeche Style Fish Soup Recipe

We can say that there are as many versions of a fish soup as there are families in all of Mexico, but this Campeche Style Fish Soup is from the book Senators that Cook, (“Las Senadoras suelen guisar”) published in 1964, and has passed the test of time. I assure you that like us at home, they will end up …

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Curd Soup Recipe

This exquisite soup is very typical of Guanajuato, from our grandmothers’ kitchen, the kind of recipe that nurtures you. This delicious Curd Soup Recipe is one of the most traditional recipes of Mexican cuisine, and is very simple to prepare. By Chef Monica Solis INGREDIENTS for Curd Soup  300 gr cottage cheese 120 gr natural goat cheese 1 cup sour cream 1 …

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Cream of Squash Blossom Recipe, A House Favorite

This recipe is dedicated to Dany Warman who once sent me a message from a place far away from Mexico asking me for the recipe. She remembered loving the dish when she came to visit the house and my mother had prepared it for my children. Ingredients for Cream of Squash Blossom 1 onion 2 cloves of garlic 1/4 cup …

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