Looking for a delicious light and nutty treat to enjoy anytime this summer? Traditional Mexican wedding cookies are perfect even when you aren’t getting married. The authentic Mexican wedding cookie is a traditional sweet treat served at Mexican weddings. In Mexican culture, foods rich in sugar are traditionally reserved for special occasions, such as weddings. Along with many other types of sweet, fruity, and nutty cakes, the Mexican wedding cookie is a similar recipe to the Russian teacake and a few other cookie recipes that originated in Europe. These authentic traditional Mexican wedding cookies are perfect for any occasion large or small.
There are not many foods that can rival a beef fajita on taste, texture, style, and culture. But sometimes you need to mix it up a little bit. That’s why this salad version of the beef fajita is a winner every time. This low carbs recipe contains no wheat making it a bit healthier than fajitas and a little bit easier to prepare.
No Mexican meal is truly complete without soup.
Most people are familiar with typical Mexican burritos. They usually contain some type of meat, beans, rice, and cheese among other popular toppings. But, have you ever wondered what else you can put into a burrito? The answer to that question is pretty much anything. The following are definitely not your ordinary burrito recipes, but they are just as (or maybe even more!) delicious. [Read more…]
Nothing tantalizes the taste buds quite like freshly grown produce. The warm temperatures during July, August, and September make it the perfect climate for fruits and vegetables to grow. This time of year the produce is significantly more fresh, which makes cooking with it even better. If you’re looking for a simple, yet delicious treat to make with your garden-fresh food, then pico de gallo is the perfect dish. [Read more…]
There is dispute over the history of where the churro originated. Some believe that it came from the Spanish shepherds because they had no access to bakeries, others believe that it was Portuguese sailors that brought them back after a trip to China. Despite this inconsistency in its history, this sweet and crunchy pastry spread to Latin American and North America and has become a traditional Mexican pastry for everyone to enjoy. [Read more…]
When perusing the grocery store’s nut aisle, you may have come across a tasty looking product called “pepitas”. These green seeds look different than all of the other nuts on the shelf. [Read more…]
Mexico’s biggest holiday, El Grito de la Independencia, occurs on September 16th. [Read more…]
The difference between a good enchilada and a mediocre one is in the sauce. [Read more…]