Just like croissants, empanadas are a very versatile dish that can be filled with practically anything!
Avocado is the main ingredient in guacamole. But did you know that there is more to avocado than just the tasty snack that we eat with multiple servings of tortilla chips? We can use avocado in desserts, body scrubs, and even as conditioning treatments in our hair!
Chocolate is one of the coveted foods today. Chocolate can fix a bad mood, provides energy, and contains iron. Did you know that during pre-Colombian times, chocolate was not eaten, but it was drunk? The Mayans and Aztecs added vanilla and herbs to the chocolate drink to make it less bitter. Once the Europeans arrived with […]
Many traditional Mexican dishes are filled with beef, poultry, and pork, but the cuisine’s bold flavors come from its fresh spices and herbs. This allows for many dishes to be interchangeable with vegetarian fillers instead. All it takes are the right adjustments with vegetables, tofu, or beans to swap out the meat. With the right […]
If you have always dreamed of making a Mexican meal, then you’ve come to the right place. Here are some authentic Mexican recipes to fulfill that desire. The best part about these recipes is that you do not have to be a gourmet chef; they are actually quite easy to make. Below are recipes for […]
Queso is a Mexican snack that can be enjoyed for many different occasions. The Spanish word “queso” translates into English as the word cheese. Queso is a melted cheese dip that is usually served with tortilla chips. Whether you are having a party, a barbeque, or you are just craving this cheesy dip, these four […]
Many people agree that Mexican food is delicious, but do you know that it also has health benefits? This is not to say that all Mexican food is healthy, but if you look out for certain ingredients, you can improve your health while enjoying delicious food.
Tropical fruits are abundant in Mexico, which is a great benefit that allows for so many delicious traditional meals to hail from that country.
The shift from winter to spring is highly anticipated (especially here in New England), and even though winter seems to be dragging on, springtime is just around the corner.
Mexico’s national holidays are celebrations of their history and culture.