In Yucatan, this soup is served on the hottest summer days- the lime-habanero combination is intensely refreshing. It is, paradoxically, quite comforting in cold weather too! Use the cilantro stems to fragrance the stock, and keep the leaves for garnish. In our version, the corn kernels are omitted, as well as the corn tortilla strips […]
Chile con queso is made with melted cheese and peppers and is very popular in the Southwestern US. It’s usually served with warm tortillas or tortilla chips.
An easy appetizer sure to impress any guest, particularly nice on hot summer days.
Tomatillos are slightly sour, so you don’t need to add citrus juice to this salsa. It’s the perfect accompaniment to fish or grilled or roasted meat.
This avocado salsa can be a dip or side for all kinds of grilling. It’s also good with cooked vegetables.
A perfect dish for weekday evenings when you want an easy way to make a healthy, nourishing, tasty meal. Go ahead and double or even triple this recipe, since it keeps for weeks in the fridge.
Tacos come in endless varieties in Mexico, where they’re made with different spices according to the region and ingredients used. Tacos made with ground meat are most typical of the southern US, although they have long since entered the global culinary lexicon.
The cumin and oregano in this dish give it a flavor reminiscent of Mexico or the American Southwest. Serve it hot, but it’s also great at room temperature.
A pesto sure to please fans of cilantro! To be served on grilled fish or even on tacos.
In Yucatan, Poc Chuc is traditionally prepared without spices. For this Poc Chuc recipe, we were inspired by the original recipe and we added this little combination of spices that have worked for a long time.
In Mexico, tacos al pastor are made with meat cooked on a vertical spit, like those used for shawarma or shish taouk.
An aguachile is a cross between a ceviche and a cooked seafood gazpacho. It is a very refreshing Mexican appetizer that consists of chiles, lime juice and raw vegetables sush as tomatoes, avocadoes, onions and cilantro.