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Genious! Perfect for the upcoming holidays, I wish I had come up with this one. Although I would make homemade dulce de leche and not use purchased product. Check out the link, but not before covering your keyboard. Drool is not good for it.
During one of my trips to the mainland (I live in Hawaii), my sister and I decided to make a Fricasé de Pollo based 'sort of' on the following recipe, but we made such a huge amount that we made some allowances and added more liquid (chicken stock, beer and 1 whole bottle of…Continue
Added by Sonia R. Martinez on February 10, 2012 at 9:30pm — No Comments
This recipe is using the Crock pot; it is a good idea to do it overnight and have your barbacoa ready for breakfast, specially Sunday like we do in northern Mexico. If you do not have a crock pot, cook in a large pot in your stove for about 2½ to 3 hours. This will depend…Continue
Added by Ana Sofia Pelaez on May 25, 2011 at 8:00pm — No Comments
Added by Cindy Kennedy on May 5, 2011 at 4:30pm — No Comments
A whole day to celebrate margaritas? Sounds like a downright DARE for Muy Bueno.
Stay tuned we have some great libations coming your way!
Our Prickly Pear Frozen Margarita is making its debut on…Continue
Added by Yvette ~ Muy Bueno on February 22, 2011 at 12:30pm — No Comments
This is another food that I started making at home some…Continue
How to Rehydrate Dried Chiles
Added by Cindy Kennedy on September 26, 2010 at 5:30pm — No Comments
When we spotted rabbit at a local market recently, the first thing that came to mind was conejo en adobo. While many folks in the south might fry up a batch, a rich adobo is just the thing for a real feast.
Rabbit rates high on the health meter. By comparison to chicken, turkey, and pork it's lower in fat, calories and cholesterol while packed with more protein. Every part - from…
Added by Cindy Kennedy on May 17, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments
Quite a bit of confusion and murky lines lie between these and quesadillas. The end result is it doesn't really matter.
However, for the sake of discussion and a few technicalities, here goes. Quesadillas are typically filled with cheese. The tortilla goes in a skillet, the filling goes on half and then it's folded over and browned until the cheese melts. A sincronizada is layered…
There are two dishes that remind me most of the Yucatán: pollo pibil and sopa de limón. Sometimes called Sopa de Lima, my host family in Mérida called it Sopa de Limón, and certainly surprised me by how unbelievably it tastes. Either way this chicken based Lime Soup, as…Continue