A few ingredients go a long way to make a delicious week dinner. Pair this ground beef and cabbage dish with some cooked rice or pasta, a side of mashed or baked potatoes, plus some roasted vegetables.
Guinness + dessert, what could go wrong with that combination?
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with this semi-sweet drink and have a fabulous holiday.
Pork sausage, black beans, avocado and cheese breakfast burritos, paired with jalapeño salsa made in molcajete (mortar)
This scrumptious Tex-Mex burrito is paired with a Molcajete salsa. Molcajete is a type of mortar made of volcanic stone, very popular in Mexico to make all sorts of salsas, but if you don’t have a molcajete or other type of mortar at home, simply put all the ingredients in the food processor and pulse for a few seconds to get a chunky texture salsa.
Super Bowl is here and either you root for Philly or not these are the best snack for watching the big game or any other sports event.
This recipe is the ultimate traditional Mexican recipe, its hearty flavors bring up memories of mom’s or grandma’s home cooking. They can be stuffed with cheese, tuna, or even refried beans.
Enjoy this vegetarian soup made with just a few ingredients: butternut squash, chickpeas, garlic, onion and tomatoes. A simple to make, and fast comforting soup to warm you up on any cold winter evening..
If you are hosting this Holiday season treat your guests to a delicious and decadent Cranberry-orange cheesecake. The orange juice in the filling and in the sauce gives it a sweet, balanced flavour. Surprise your guests with this cheesecake that also has one additional layer of cranberry-orange sauce in between layers of cheese filling.
Stuffed zucchini are a low in carbs and easy-to-make option for any day of the week, lunch or dinner. Corn and weiners’ sausage stuffing, as suggested in this recipe, is just one of the many possibilities; play around with the available ingredients at your home, perhaps you have some vegetables or deli meats left over in your fridge that you can utilize? Also, you can turn this delicious recipe into a vegetarian dish by removing the sausage or cheese. The possibilities are endless.
Tepache is a delicious and refreshing Mexican drink made from pineapple peels, water, sugar and cinamon, taking advantage of parts of the fruit that usually are discarded. Tepache is also called “sweet pineapple beer” due to the brewing process; alcoholic degree may vary (0.5% – 2%) depening on the various factors like ingredients, fermentation time, room temperature, etc.
Celebrating Cinco de Mayo every day with this traditional dish which would be the Mexican cousin of lasagna. It’s very simple to prepare but delicious and ideal for a big family dinner.