Mexicrave ~ Adriana Torres

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Homemade red enchilada sauce is very easy to make, so unless there are no dehydrated chili pods available in your supermarket, there’s no need to buy it canned. You might find the chile pods in the Latin section of your grocery store prepackaged and labeled, mild, medium, or hot. It also freezes well so you can make a few cups at a time and store them in plastic containers or freezer bags…. Read More

Jamaica is a popular drink in Mexico made from dried hibiscus flower. I gave the recipe my own twist and added fresh orange juice and it was absolutely delightful! If you are watching your waistline, try adding honey as a sweetener of choice instead of sugar. Cheers – Salud! Ingredients: 3/4 cups dried hibiscus flower 12 cups water, separated Juice of 4 oranges sugar to taste Instructions: – In a large pot,… Read More

You can find corn gorditas on the menu of practically every Mexican restaurant walk into. They can be stuffed with chile colorado, beans with cheese, and just about anything else your heart desires! These taste just like the ones I ate growing up at the street festivals in Mexico. Hope you try them. Makes 12 gorditas Dough: 4 cups corn flour 1 tbsp salt warm water ( 2 cups more or less)… Read More

  Not only will this flavorful stuffing complement your holiday turkey, but it will also leave you begging for leftovers! This stuffing will taste just as delicious the next day; just top it off with an over-easy egg and ta-da! Breakfast! Enjoy it. Happy Holidays! Prep time: 15 min. Bake time: 20 min. Temp. 400 degrees Serves 10-12 2 large, red potatoes, cubed 8 oz. smoked sausage, cubed 1 red bell pepper,… Read More

Milanesa is a thin piece of breaded and fried steak – usually labeled milanesa on the package at the grocery store. My favorite way to eat this is in a sandwich, traditionally in bolillos. I top it off with lettuce, tomato and avocado slices. And don’t forget the mayonnaise! Frying the meat is simple: In a bowl, hand beat a couple of eggs. Add a pinch of salt and pepper. On a separate plate,… Read More

      It’s finally fall – my favorite season! So are you craving something warm and sweet? Click this link for recipe:  Empanadas de Calabaza – Pumpkin Empanadas