GUAJILLO CHILE SALSA

This guajillo chile sauce is mouth-watering! You can use it in chilaquiles, with your veggies, tacos or on the pasta of your choice. This is the same chile fresh and dry. This chile is mildly hot What you need 8 dried guajillo chiles 1 extra hot chile, chopped (habanero, jalapeño or green) 4 large ripe…

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Tofu a la Mexicana

Tofu (Soy bean curd) is a super food, since it contains all essential amino acids necessary that form a complete protein. It is also an excellent source of calcium, iron, phosphorus, selenium, copper, zinc, magnesium and vitamin B1. Tofu a la Mexicana is not only delicious, it’s very easy to prepare. You can enjoy it…

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RED ENCHILADAS WITH ALMOND & CHILE POBLANO

The unique flavours of sweet and creamy almond pure, roasted chile poblano, smokey red tomato sauce, soft fried tortillas, beans and lettuce make a very Mexican experience. When we are talking enchiladas, once we decide on the sauce, the filling becomes the center of conversation. The filling is the heart of the enchiladas and must…

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Rice & Almond “Agua fresca de Horchata”

On hot sunny days there is nothing like a delicious ice cold drink of rice and almond known as “agua fresca de horchata”. “Aguas frescas” are always present in Mexican cuisine and everybody likes them. Amongst the most popular “Aguas” are also the refreshing Jamaica Flower Agua, the delicious and exotic Tamarind Agua and the…

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Almond & Chile Poblano Pâté

Almond Pâté is absolutely delicious. The combination of ingredients gives it the subtle sweetness of the almonds, the smoked flavour of the roasted chile poblano and the freshness of the red onion. All ingredients of this recipe make a perfect combination of very Mexican flavours. It’s hard not to become addicted to this pâté :)…

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RED CHARRED TOMATO SAUCE

Why are tomatoes so good? Tomatoes are the most concentrated food source of lycopene, a powerful and restorative antioxidant that gives tomatoes and other veggies and fruits their lovely red colour, like in the watermelons. Lycopene helps protect cells from damage and in studies made, it was found that a diet rich in tomatoes lowers the…

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Green Raw Salsa

Spicy Salsas Who doesn’t fancy a tasty hot salsita? In Mexican cuisine, salsas are essential and incredibly versatile. You can eat them raw or roasted and you can play with your favourite ingredients, whether veggies, fruits, chiles, seeds, spices and chocolate. Wow! The main ingredient in a spicy salsa is chile. All chiles contain capsaicin,…

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