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    2 Reviews |  By Spyce

    This recipe originally comes from Guadalajara Mexico.It has a beautiful combination of sweet and savory flavor combined with an eloquent touch of tamarind sauce.

    Recipe #313435

    1 Reviews |  By Spyce

    This is another simple yet delicious authentic dish from Zacatecas Mexico that my mother taught me how to make! It is important to know that this recipe won’t work well if you don’t use queso fresco. You must use this type of cheese specifically for the recipe to incorporate well, other wise it wont come out. Makes a great side dish.

    Recipe #237839

    I have a friend who is a bartender and I told him that I needed some type of desert for my dad’s fathers day dinner. Well he gave me something called cream soufflé. It was so yummy and a major hit with every one at the dinner party. I also made this wiskey cake to go along with this lovely desert:

    Recipe #235603

    1 Reviews |  By Spyce

    This our secret family traditional recipe for "frijoles borachos" translates into "drunk beans. What many people call frijoles a la charra or frijoles charros! These are great for any time especially when you make carne asada.

    Recipe #234747

    2 Reviews |  By Spyce

    I got this recipe from my mom. This is an authentic recipe of how chiles rellenos are cooked in Zacatecas Mexico. These are cooked in a delicious tomato and chicken broth.

    Recipe #233590

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