These days, I have been finding good-sized cucumbers on my vines in the backyard, and tomatoes of various colours and sizes. Fresh paddle cactus from the store, along with a few other basic ingredients, were enough to prepare a healthy breakfast ... click on title for more
Tag: Mexican breakfast
Huevos motuleños – Weekend Brunch at Home
As a follow up to my previous two posts, featuring Yucatan Style Longaniza and Cochinita Pibil, this is one more recipe from the Mexican state of Yucatan: Huevos Motuleños. Huevos means eggs, and Motuleños means "from Motul", a small city and a municipality in the Mexican state of Yucatan ... click on title for more
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
My Post #100 – More Mexican than Nopales!
There is an expression in Mexico that says: “… más mexicano que los nopales” which means “... more Mexican than nopales (Mexican paddle cacti)” to refer to something or someone truly representative of Mexico or Mexican tradition. I guess since two out of my three most liked posts are about nopales, I am doing a decent job at offering a picture of My Slice of Mexico! … Click on image for more