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.
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!
Traditionally shaped by hand into the form of a ring from yeasted wheat dough, first boiled for a short time in water and then baked. A world wide breakfast classic nowadays!
Comfort food at it’s best. This enchiladas made with green tomatoes sauce are an excellent option for breakfast, lunch of dinner. Fill them with rotisserie chicken or a mix of fried potatoes and carrots for a vegetarian option. Garnish with pickled onions, sour cream or mozzarella cheese for a restaurant-like experience.
Molletes are a simple, traditional and ecomonic option for breakfast. Enjoy with refried beans, melted cheese and pico de gallo salsa. Add some protein like shredded rotisserie chicken, Spanish chorizo or tofu vegan chorizo and turn your molletes into a complete lunch meal.
This will be your new go to omelette for a Sunday brunch!
This is the best way to eat your greens for breakfast!
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.
One of my go-to dishes for an easy and delicious meal. It’s great for breakfast or brunch; enjoy alone or as a side dish.