Archive for 'Main Dishes'

Stuffed Chicken and Mango Poblano Sauce

Stuffed Chicken and Mango Poblano Sauce

Chicken breasts stuffed with squash blossoms and queso panela and served with a mango poblano sauce. A great combination of flavors. [...]

Beans Health Benefits and Bean Stuffed Zucchinis

Beans Health Benefits and Bean Stuffed Zucchinis

Beans are one of those super foods that, when you include it in your diet, really makes a difference in your health. [...]

Poblano Peppers Stuffed with Beans, Chicken and Figs

Poblano Peppers Stuffed with Beans, Chicken and Figs

Flor the mayo beans are a variety native to Mexico that have been making its way into the U.S. market. They are delicious and were great with chicken and figs for these stuffed peppers. [...]

Oaxacan Pasilla Mole

Oaxacan Pasilla Mole

At around $1 US dollar a piece this chile is almost a luxury in the city. But paying that "high" price is worth every Mexican penny. The flavor is unlike any other chile I've had before. [...]

Chicken and Goat Cheese Enfrijoladas

Chicken and Goat Cheese Enfrijoladas

Enfrijoladas are stuffed tortillas bathed in a bean sauce. These enfrijoladas were stuffed with chicken and goat cheese and topped with sour cream and avocado slices. [...]

Salpicon

Salpicon

Salpicon is a shredded beef Mexican salad perfect for summer. You can serve it as a side dish, salad or over tostadas spread with refried beans. [...]

Beef and Chorizo Meatballs

Beef and Chorizo Meatballs

Simple and delicious meatball recipe with a twist of chorizo and chipotle flavors. [...]

Red Pipian

Red Pipian

One of my favorite moles is pipian. Pipian is a kind of mole that uses pepitas (pumpkin seeds) as thickener. These moles have a very distinctive nutty and earthy flavor. [...]

Corn Husk Tamales

Corn Husk Tamales

Corn husk tamales are the most popular kind in Mexico City. Here's the recipe for the basic dough to make these delicious tamales. [...]

Oaxaca Tamales

Oaxaca Tamales

In Mexico there are many kinds of tamales. Each state, region and even towns have their own version of tamales. Here's one wrapped in banana leaves. [...]