Tejuino – A Refreshing Beverage

Tejuino – A Refreshing Beverage

Tejuino is a corn-dough-based beverage, with additions of piloncillo, lime juice, and water, left to ferment for a couple of days to obtain a tangy flavour … click on title for more

Pan de Yema – A Day of the Dead Bread from Oaxaca

Pan de Yema – A Day of the Dead Bread from Oaxaca

All wheat-based bread in Mexico has a clear Spanish or French influence, and this particular one can be traced to Spanish recipes, but some families have been baking this bread in the Mexican state of Oaxaca for several generations. Pan de yema translates as “yolk bread”, an apt name since a batch contains several eggs and a few extra yolks, giving them their characteristic flaky texture and slightly yellow tone … click on title for more

White Pipian – Pipián Blanco

White Pipian – Pipián Blanco

This is a very elegant-looking dish, and yet, incredibly easy to prepare; the only ingredient that might be hard to find outside Mexico is pickled carricillo peppers, known as chiles gűeros (blond peppers). I served with slices of pork roast, but boiled chicken or turkey might be used instead, and this recipe also works great with grilled fish … click on title for more