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Tag Archives: mexican cuisine

Chayote Salad with Chipotle Vinaigrette Recipe

Chayotes always cause some controversy. There are those who love them with devotion, and those who do not want anything to do with them. Here we put a twist on the typical chayote salad with our favorite Chayote Salad with Chipotle Vinaigrette. It includes other vegetables such as carrots, tomatoes, peppers, and if you insist in not eating chayotes, prepare …

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Stuffed Chiapas Cheese Ball Recipe

One of the most important cheeses of Mexico is that which is made in Ocotzingo, Chiapas. This recipe is the result of many fusions that happened throughout the long history of our county. And that is how the Stuffed Chiapas Cheese Ball was born. The original recipe is from the book Las Senadoras suelen guisar (“Senators that Cook”), 1964. INGREDIENTS for Stuffed Chiapas Cheese …

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Adobo Style Pork Recipe from Chiapas

This is another marvelous recipe from the state where my mother and grandfather grew up, the beautiful Chiapas. The Adobo Style Pork from Chiapas is another delicious and common way to prepare pork. This recipe was published in Las Senadoras suelen guisar (“Senators that Cook), 1964. INGREDIENTS FOR Adobo Style Pork from Chiapas: 1 young pig weighing about 5 kilos 460 grams of …

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Oven Baked Pork Recipe, A Traditional Dish from Chiapas

Every day there are fewer families that prepare this traditional dish from Chiapas at home. Chiapas Style Oven Baked Pork is an important part of the cuisine of Chiapas and is one of the most emblematic of the region. The recipe that I share today was published in the book Las Senadoras suelen guisar (“Senators that Cook”) 1964, and that …

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Chiapas Style Escabeche of Sea Bass Recipe

Sometimes I ask myself how we stopped cooking the recipes from our grandmothers that were so delicious! I took this Chiapas Style Escabeche of Sea Bass Recipe from the book Las Senadoras suelen guisar (“Senators that cook”) 1964 because it is the closest recipe to the one that my grandmother cooked for my grandfather who was chiapaneco, from Chiapas. It is easy to prepare and …

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Roasted Pork Recipe, an Easy Dish with an Elaborate Flavor

The Roasted Pork Recipe is a traditional recipe from the state of Coahuila. It is an easy dish to prepare and has an elaborate flavor. It is the book Las Senadoras suelen guisar (“Senators that Cook”), 1964. INGREDIENTS for Roasted Pork 1 kilo of pork 1/4 red ancho chili 1 green tomatillo 8 cloves of garlic Pinch of Cumin Pinch of Pepper Punch of Oregano …

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Campeche Style Sopa Borracha (“Drunk Soup”) Recipe.. Which Turns Out to Be a Dessert

Campeche is a state in Mexico that has exceptional gastronomy, with seafood is a main ingredient. In regard to their desserts, they are also stand alone and an example of this is this Sopa Borracha (“Drunk Soup”), which refers to a sweet bread. This version is the one that was published in the book Las Senadoras suelen guisar (“Senators that Cook”) published …

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Los Mirasoles: The flavors unite us with the Michoacan´s history.

Review of Restaurante Los Mirasoles (The Sunflowers Restaurant) in, Morelia, Michoacan

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Fish Balls Recipe

This recipe for Fish Balls is 1964 senator of Baja California in 1964, who contributed it to the the book “Senators that Stew” (Las Senadoras Suelen Guisar) that was to be published only once in that year. At home we love them, and we make them as often as possible because of that love we have for Mexican cuisine. INGREDIENTS …

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Baja California Style Machaca Fish Recipe

One more recipe from the state of Baja California from the book “Senators That Cook” published in 1964. This is one of the few recipes that lives on, using the same forms and ingredients as those years. This Baja California Style Machaca Fish Recipe is one of the richest dishes in our country. INGREDIENTS for Baja California Style Machaca Fish  1 kilo …

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