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- This Pozole Rojo, or “red” pozole, is made with pork shoulder or shanks, red chiles, and lots of hominy corn. Although in our photos, the soup looks loaded with goodness, the soup itself is quite simple with pork and hominy and a light broth. Serve with small bowls of garnishes for people to add to their bowls of soup, such Continue Reading...Read More
- Beef Chile Colorado is one of those dishes that not only makes my taste buds sing but also provides a sense of security and comfort during these trying times by taking me back to a more nurturing place — my mother’s kitchen. One of my greatest memories is having my mom fill a warm flour tortilla with the Chile Colorado Continue Reading...Read More
- I don’t know about you, but after feasting all through the holidays on tamales, pozole, pan dulce, and champurrado, my body craves lighter fare in the new year. I decided to look at some traditional Mexican dishes and figure out a way to make them healthier or lower the carb count in them. Here’s my version of a low-carb version Continue Reading...Read More
- Our Chuletas con Nopalitos en Salsa Guajillo recipe will carry you to that magical place in your kitchen where you know everything is good and nurturing. And, in today’s fearful political climate, who of us doesn’t need some comforting? Right? Chuletas en Salsa Roja or Verde are total Mexican comfort food. The warmth of the pork chops simmering in a Continue Reading...Read More
- Even though it’s close to 100 degrees in Los Angeles this week, I know the cooler days of fall will eventually show its face, and you know what that means? The HOLIDAY SEASON! The holidays bring a mixed bag of emotions. On one side, we love the holidays because our kitchen smells so good with all of the food simmering Continue Reading...Read More