Tag: Mexican Food

  • How to Make Chicharrones in Salsa

    How to Make Chicharrones in Salsa

    Chicharron en salsa (pork cracklings in sauce) is an exceptional dish from Mexican cuisine, perfect for breakfast or dinner when served alongside refried beans and warm corn tortillas – an easy yet delectable meal! Salsas come in many different varieties, from tropical fruits like mango and pineapple, sweet pear and apple, or even tart watermelons…

  • What is Sopes in Mexican Food?

    What is Sopes in Mexican Food?

    Sopes are tasty Mexican appetizers made of nixtamalized corn (masa). Perfect for topping with your choice of delicious fillings, sopes are an alternative to tortillas for fast snacking or entertaining guests at parties. Sopes are much simpler to prepare than corn tortillas and can even be prepared 100% beforehand and then heated before eating. What…

  • What Kind of Meat is Milanesa?

    What Kind of Meat is Milanesa?

    Milanesa is an iconic dish, popularly enjoyed fried and baked, served with various sauces, or used as a filling in sandwiches. Thin slices of beef, chicken, pork, or veal are coated in eggs and bread crumbs before deep-fried to golden brown and crisp. Beef Milanesa, prepared in traditional Italian fashion or as an easy and…

  • How to Make a Mexican Flan

    How to Make a Mexican Flan

    Flan, more commonly known as creme caramel in Mexico and Spain, is an indulgent dessert recipe featuring whole eggs, condensed milk, and vanilla to create a silky custard with light caramel sauce. Simply five ingredients! Enjoy an effortless dessert for an enjoyable, sweet ending to any meal. Ingredients A few essential ingredients should already be…

  • How to Make Caldo De Camaron

    How to Make Caldo De Camaron

    Caldo de camaron is an exquisite Mexican shrimp soup prepared by simmering shellfish and vegetables in an aromatic broth with dried chiles. It is an easy-to-prepare and delicious light meal option! This recipe calls for adding guajillo peppers for extra flavor, but it won’t make your soup spicy! If you can’t locate them, just ignore…

  • How Long to Boil Tomatoes For Salsa Recipes

    How Long to Boil Tomatoes For Salsa Recipes

    Tomatoes are the cornerstone of salsa, and there are numerous varieties. Roma tomatoes are ideal as a base because of their abundant meat content, minimal water loss, mild flavor profiles, and vibrant hues. Blanching tomatoes involves placing them in boiling water for a short period to loosen their skins and make them easier to peel.…

  • What Cheese to Use For Tamales De Rajas

    What Cheese to Use For Tamales De Rajas

    Tamales de Rajas con Queso is a simple and delicious way to celebrate the Day of the Dead without meat. This recipe utilizes Mi Rancho-prepared masa, poblanos chiles, and cheese for authentic and delectable tamales that won’t break your budget. To assemble, spread three tablespoons of masa onto the wide end of a husk and…

  • Recipe for Chicken Dona Maria Mole: Ready to Serve

    Recipe for Chicken Dona Maria Mole: Ready to Serve

    Dona Maria Mole Ready to Serve is an easy and delicious mole recipe that only needs two ingredients and cooks chicken breast in one pan! Mole is a Mexican sauce or gravy composed of chili peppers, nuts, spices, vegetables, and chocolate that requires long cooking times and is typically enjoyed during special celebrations or holidays…

  • How to Make Chorizo Con Papas – A Quick and Easy Mexican Breakfast

    How to Make Chorizo Con Papas – A Quick and Easy Mexican Breakfast

    Chorizo con Papas (Mexican hash or sausage with potatoes) is an easy and delicious breakfast dish that will impress everyone at your breakfast table! Your family will say, “WOW! What an impressive treat!” Flavorful chorizo pairs perfectly with tender potato bits to produce an extraordinary culinary masterpiece for delicious gorditas, breakfast burritos, tacos, or pambazos…

  • How to Cook Cactus Mexican Style

    How to Cook Cactus Mexican Style

    Cactus leaves (nopales) are an extremely versatile vegetable widely available in Hispanic markets. Boiling, sauteing, stewing, and grilling are all viable cooking methods for nopales. Nopales contain vitamins C & A, calcium, and antioxidants that may help reduce inflammation. Experience their goodness for yourself at breakfast time with nopales con huevos! Clean the Cactus Paddles…