Hola/Hello! Welcome to LatinoFoodie, a food and travel blog based in Los Angeles. Stephen and Art love to share favorite homestyle Mexican food recipes and local restaurant finds. We’re foodies at heart. You’ll also learn about our culinary travel adventures. Thank you for following along for the ride and sharing our site with family and friends.
Let LatinoFoodie inspire your inner chef with these delicious Mexican and Latin-inspired recipes. From main dishes to desserts, we showcase the recipes we love and remember from our childhood.
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- We absolutely love this chilled Brazilian Chayote Salad for its simple flavors. The soft garlic kissed squash really is the star in this dish. Where does the name come from? Xuxu or chuchu, pronounced shoo-shoo in Brazil, is also known as a chayote. This popular squash grows everywhere in Brazil, making it a staple in the Brazilian diet and is Continue Reading...Read More
- How can something so simple taste so good? Huevos a la Mexicana is one of those traditional Mexican breakfasts you want to master. This dish is super easy to make, tasty, and healthy! It takes less than 30 minutes to prepare and you probably have all of the ingredients in your kitchen every day: eggs, onions, tomatoes, and jalapeños. What Continue Reading...Read More
- Crisp red apples, raisins, celery, pineapple, and pecans are some of the ingredients in this classic Mexican Christmas Apple Salad recipe. The fruit and nuts are tossed with sour cream and mayonnaise sweetened ever so gently with a squeeze of agave syrup. The salad is not overly sweet nor savory. The flavor is right in the middle and perfect to Continue Reading...Read More
- 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
- It is perfect weather for a warm, hearty bowl of Albóndigas or meatball soup. Although Albóndigas originated in Spain, the meatball soup is popular throughout Mexico. We’ve had the soup with a light clear broth and with more of a spicy tomato broth. Of course, every Latino family has their own, unique recipe or version of this soup. THE FLAVOR Continue Reading...Read More