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  • sopa authentic mexican recipes
    Oct 25 2016

    SOPA DE HABAS : Dried Fava Bean Soup With Fresh Tomato And Garlic

    This soup is a typically thrifty and sustaining Sopa de frijol (bean soup) with the added advantage of being meatless. The habas, or dried fava beans, fall apart into tender, skinless crumbs that soak up the other flavors. They have a distinctive taste, but you can also use bayo or pinto beans in this dish. […]

  • tomato authentic mexican food
    Oct 25 2016

    SOPA DE FIDEOS : Tomato Soup With Capellini, Avocado, And Chicharron

    For many, sopa de fideos is the comforting taste of home. It is served everywhere, every day, in tiny loncherías, tony men’s clubs, and traditional restaurants as well as at mama’s kitchen table. I had this version at the venerable Fonda el Refugio in Mexico City’s Zona Rosa, where a crew of formidable female cooks […]

  • layered mexican food
    Oct 25 2016

    LAYERED TACO DIP : MEXICAN FOOD RECIPE

    A party favorite, taco dip tastes best when served with fresh, warm corn tortillas. Serves 8 INGREDIENTS 3 medium-sized ripe avocados 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1⁄2 cup mayonnaise 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon onion salt 1 bunch green onions 3 medium-sized red tomatoes 1 cup pitted black […]

  • beef authentic mexican recipes
    Oct 25 2016

    BEEF AND BEAN CHILI : MEXICAN FOOD RECIPE

    The hardest part of this recipe is assembling the ingredients. From there, it all just goes in the pot to simmer. Enjoy with a hunk of crusty corn bread or Mexican Spoon Bread. Serves 8 INGREDIENTS 3 garlic cloves 2 large white onions 2 pounds lean ground beef 2 cups canned tomatoes, with juice 3 […]

  • lentejas authentic mexican recipes
    Oct 24 2016

    SOPA DE LENTEJAS Y LONGANIZA : Lentil Soup With Longaniza Sausage

    Mexican carnicerías (butchers) sell long, looping skeins of longaniza, a mild pork sausage flavored with garlic, red chile, cumin, and oregano (not to be confused with the Spanish or Filipino sausages of the same name, which are very different). Longaniza is widely used in Mexican cooking, though it is less well known in the United […]