Huevos motuleños  – Weekend Brunch at Home

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

Tacos de Cochinita Pibil – One of the Most Popular Delights from Yucatan

Tacos de Cochinita Pibil – One of the Most Popular Delights from Yucatan

After preparing Yucatan style longaniza in my previous post, I wanted to continue the theme with what is probably the best well-known dish from that region: Cochinita pibil.  This delicious preparation becomes the classic delight of tacos de cochinita by simply shredding some onto warm tortillas and topping with red onion and habanero spicy condiment ... click on title for more

Two spicy recipes from Yucatan

Two spicy recipes from Yucatan

In the Mexican state of Yucatán, sweet peppers, moderately hot such as xcatik, or extra spicy habaneros, are frequently served with the regional food, either by themselves, or as part of sauces and quick pickles. Habaneros have an impressive range of 100 000 to 300 000 Scoville units, so I decided that including Filius Blue peppers instead of habaneros in the following two recipes, should be much more tamed in comparison … click on title for more