Found this on line (from The Whole Chile Pepper Book) for the World Tour 2006 "tweeked" Serving suggestion: This sauce is excellent with poultry; serve it over a turkey or chicken breast. It is also excellent as a sauce over shredded chicken or over turkey enchiladas.
Churros a hot and crunchy exterior with a soft chewy interior street food. Originated in Spain they quickly spread to Mexico and Argentina. Today, Churros are also enjoyed in the United States by all nationalities.
This is a Mexican dessert recipe also a Southwestern recipe the colors of the Mexican flag! Light and airy. Making this great after a heavy meal. Serve as is or on a bed of Recipe #309365 using the egg yolks from the whites used in this recipe.
Tes Leches translates to 3 milks which make this so very moist! I add hazelnut creamer to the 3 milks so I thought I should name it Cuatro Leches. You will not be disappointed. This looks hard but is a very easy cake and well worth it.
I adopted this recipe. I found 9 baby sweet red, yellow, & orange peppers which I just cut in half seeded and stuffed. The peppers are very sweet and the cheese gives this a nice kick. Meanwhile the olives give this appetizer a nice saltiness.
Also called Achiote Oil. Annatto seed (poor man's saffron) is used to color food. It's from South America. The golden-yellow oil is used to fry or marinade vegetables or meat. Which results in a bright orange surface. In Vietnam, batters are often prepared with annatto oil to achieve a more attractive color.
Is a traditional base to many latin-style dishes. The building block mixture of annatto, onion, garlic, peppers, and cilantro adds a wonderful flavor and depth to almost any meal. This freezes well and can be used throughout the year.Can be put into ice cube trays then removed when frozen and place in freezer bags.
This is a great recipe for leftover aborio rice. I used Recipe #77050. Do use your favorite cooked Mexican rice. This is Italian rice balls gone South!
These are great to bring to parties just reheat in 425°F oven for 10 minutes!