Try our new recipe: Fiesta pizza with caramelized onions, peppers, zucchini, sun dried tomatoes and jalapeños. A party of flavours!
This farmer’s pizza, made with pesto, mushrooms, cramelized onions, green peppers and broccoli, is the perfect way to eat veggies in a delicious way.
This is the meat lovers pizza, made with pork or chicken saussage, Spanish chorizo, ham and sun-dried tomatoes.
Churros were brought to Latin America by the Spaniards who shared this tasty treasure with Mexico and the rest of the colonies in centre and south America. Churros were a popular pastry among Spanish sheep herders who used to make them while attending their “churras’ sheeps”. They ideated a pastry that was easy to make outdoors with just a few ingredients, using a pan and some oil. As you can guess the name came from “churras’ sheeps” and the curve form of their horns.
This classic bread is used in a wide array of Mexican dishes. Cousin of traditional Italian-style bread, it is also great for your lunch sandwich. Enjoy the wonderful smell of freshly baked bread that will linger in your house for a few hours.
This bread is traditionally baked on January 5th and 6th, conmemorating the 3 Wise Men from the Orient visiting baby Jesus and bringing presents, it goes well with hot cocoa, a warm cup of coffee or even some cold milk.