Veggie Omelette with a Mexican Touch

Veggie Omelette with a Mexican Touch

Omelettes are very popular worldwide, and Mexico is no exception; omeletes are served for breakfast or brunch, and the fillings go from cosmopolitan ham, mushroom and onions, to indigenous nopales (cactus) and quelites (pot herbs). I prepared this omelette using garden veggies harvested from my backyard … click on title for more

Advertisements

Blushed Pipian – Pipian Rosado

Blushed Pipian – Pipian Rosado

The inspiration for this recipe was the delicious main course I enjoyed at “Azul Condesa” restaurant. My starting points were: 1) “EL Pascal Huasteco” – the name of the dish on the menu. 2) The Mexican state of Hidalgo – listed as the place where the dish originated. 3) Ricardo Muñoz Zurita – the restaurant’s chef, who is an advocate for the diffusion of authentic, sometimes less-known, Mexican food, including pipianes … click on title for more

Sinaloa Style Chicken – Not Too Crazy

Sinaloa Style Chicken – Not Too Crazy

My recipe is based on a simple Sinaloa style, citrus marinade; I used the spatchcock technique to achieve a charred but not dry exterior, and a fully cooked interior. Also, since I tested the recipe a few weeks ago when it was still very cold outdoors, I have adapted the cooking directions to use the broiler in my oven, indoors … click on title for more