Archive for 'March,2008'

Chicken Papaya Wraps

Chicken Papaya Wraps

This experiment turned out to be a little piece of foodie heaven. Papaya and avocado are a great combination! [...]

Royal fish empanadas and coconut rice

Royal fish empanadas and coconut rice

These tilapia empanadas with coconut flakes are a variation of my mom's tuna empanadas. Read more about these empanadas and the delicious buttery coconut rice that I served them with. [...]

Calabacitas for Lunch

Calabacitas for Lunch

Calabacitas are light green/yellowish zucchinis that are sweet and perfect for a light lunch. [...]

Salad: The humble nopal

Salad: The humble nopal

This salad is easy to make, delicious and very healthy. Who said salads had to be boring? [...]

A Popular Choice: Tres Leches Cake

A Popular Choice: Tres Leches Cake

Probably the most popular cake in many Latin American countries. Tres leches cake is a delicious and moist dessert. [...]

Nutritious and delicious avocados

Nutritious and delicious avocados

Avocados are a delicious source of nutrients that promote good health. Learn more about them in this post. [...]

Tamarind, chicken and pasta

Tamarind, chicken and pasta

  I have seen some of my foodie friends discover tamarind lately. Jenn and Val were specially excited about this discovery. Their posts made me want to prepare a dish using tamarind, though I had never [...]

Vegetarian Whole-Wheat Crepes

Vegetarian Whole-Wheat Crepes

The best way to start your day is with a balanced breakfast. This is my entry for the food even Weekend Breakfast Blogging. [...]

Boiled Plantains with Brazilian Cream

Boiled Plantains with Brazilian Cream

I love avocado. That is one of the foods that I almost always have in my house. I use them for soups, guacamole and to accompany my tacos, sandwiches, salads, chili, frijoles rancheros, sopes and many [...]