Pan de Muerto’ / ‘Day of the Dead Bread’ is one of the most iconic traditions of Mexican culture. It is prepared every 1st and 2nd day of November. The top of the bread represents a skull and the sides represent bones. It’s sweet and tangy since it’s prepared with orange blossom extract & orange zest.
Birria is a traditional plate in Western Mexico, most commonly as a stew of goat or lamb but also prepared with beef and chicken. It has a hearty, tangy & spicy flavor and legend says it can cure any hangover.
Salmon is one of our favourites for its versatility, like this easy to make recipe. Salmon is low in saturated fat, a great source of protein and omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins (B12, B6, D, riboflavin, niacin, folic acid, etc.), iron, potassium, selenium and many more nutrients.
A classic brunch favourite that all your family will love. Buttermilk makes them fluffy and vanilla extract plus brown sugar makes them more flavourful. Spread cream cheese and then marmalade on top (we highly recommend to use raspberry marmalade). You will love them!
A classic Asian dish that can be easily elevated with some bits of jalapeño pepper. Enjoy with a side of rice and fried tofu.
Don’t let the summer end without trying these Mexican-style hot dogs. Pickled jalapeños are optional but highly recommendable to add into the pico de gallo for extra flavour and an extra kick.
Jamaica flowers not only serve to make refreshing beverages. They are edible and make the perfect vegan filling for some delicious tacos which are very easy to prepare in no time.
Esquites is essentially corn removed from the cob, stir-fried or braised with herbs and spices and served in a cup with some lime, chili pepper powder and some other toppings as crumbled cheese and mayo.
Shawarma is one of the most popular dishes worldwide, commonly prepared on a vertical spit grilled for as long as a day, served with rice, salad, or inside a flatbread.
Simple comfort food that does not require too much preparation, great for lunch or dinner. Add some jalapeño pepper, guajillo or chipotle pepper for an extra kick.