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Chiles en Nogada, a Mexican Tradition

Chiles in Nogada are very popular in Mexico during the month of August and September a Mexican tradition coming from Puebla. The name comes from the word Nogal meaning walnut. This Mexican recipe is made with poblano chiles filled with picadillo (ground beef with spices), topped with a walnut based cream sauce and garnish with …

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In the Mood for Swiss Enchiladas

As we all know enchiladas are usually made with a chile-based sauce; enchiladas rojas with tomatoes, enchiladas verdes with tomatillos, enchiladas de mole with mole, and so forth. These enchiladas however, not only have a cream-based sauce, and the chile is just a flavoring, but are also baked! Things have changed very much since I …

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The Benefits of Avocado

Beyond being delicious, Avocados (the main ingredient in guacamole, in case you didn’t know) are pretty nutritious. It packs a lot of calories, but eaten in moderation, it can be a healthy, and lip-licking delicious, eat! Check out just a few of the health benefits below: Avocado is a rich source of healthy fat. What …

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Cream of Jalapeño Soup with Chicken

Soups and stews are my favorite fall dishes, and since the temperatures in Albuquerque have dropped 20 to 25 degrees, I’m getting ready for the autumn soup season.  Chicken, jalapeños, and half and half make a perfect start! Cream of Jalapeño Soup with Shredded Chicken Here is an innocent-looking soup that is hotter than it …

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Rosca de Reyes is a Mexican Tradition

Rosca de Reyes, a Mexican tradition and religious holiday En Español The Rosca de Reyes, or ring-shaped Rosca de Reyes is a sweet round, cake or oval shape Mexican bread, decorated with slices of crystallized or candied fruit colors. The King cake is also called: biscuit, cake or sweet bread to celebrate the three kings. …