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Tag Archives: Mexican Food

Beef Fillet Stew Recipe from Chihuahua, Mexico

There’s nothing like a tasty stew. And that’s exactly what this Beef Fillet Stew Recipe from Chihuahua is that we share the from the book Las Senadoras suelen guisar (“Senators that Cook”) from 1964. INGREDIENTS forBeef Fillet Stew Recipe from Chihuahua 1 kilo of beef fillet 1/2 kilo of potatoes 2 Tb of flour 1 Tomato 1 Onion 1 garlic clove Water or …

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Dried Meat Stew Recipe from Chihuahua, Mexico

La cocina del norte de México es mucho más variada de lo que imaginamos, y esa carne seca que usualmente solo cocinamos con huevo, o sola como botana, en esta receta de Caldillo de carne seca estilo Chihuahua queda claro que se puede disfrutar de muchas más forma.   The cuisine from northern Mexico is much more varied than many …

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Jacuané Tamales Recipe, the Exquisite Tradition from the Chiapas Highlands

Link all over Mexico, the cuisine in Chiapas has its own traditions and a vast variety of ways to make tamales, like the Jacuané Tamales (or juacamé tamales) that are made with beans, shrimp, and hoja santa (“Mexican pepperleaf”). I invite you all to continue our delicious traditions and to make this recipe that we found in the book Las Senadoras …

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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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Chiapaneca Cold Meat, Carne Fría Recipe, Typical Flavors of Southeast Mexico

This recipe of Chiapaneca Cold Meat (also known as carne fría) is a traditional recipe from Chiapas, one of the tastiest, and I truly do not understand why that are not more restaurants dedicated to the wonderful cuisine of Chiapas, which is one of the best types of cuisine in Mexican gastronomy. From the book Las senadoras suelen guisar (“Senators that cook”) edited …

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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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Chilayo Recipe, A Traditional Dish from the State of Colima

This is one of those dishes that is made throughout México with small changes and different names. Chilayo is originally from Colima and this recipe was published in Las Senadoras suelen guisar (“Senators that Cook”), edited 1964. If you have any doubts about hot to make it, don’t hesitate to contact us. INGREDIENTES for Chilayo 2 tablespoons of soaked rice
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