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This traditional Mexican dish from Muy Bueno Cookbook is worth making! Gorditas can be filled with almost anything you have on hand. I guess you can say they are the Mexican pita. The most common filling at fiestas or bazaars is picadillo. These gorditas are filled with Chile Verde con Carne and papas.
This traditional Mexican dish is worth making! Gorditas can be filled with almost anything you have on hand. I guess you can say they are the Mexican pita. The most common filling at fiestas or bazaars is picadillo. These gorditas are filled with chile verde con carne y papas.
Warm, creamy, sweet, and cinnamon-y, this slow-cooked Old-Fashioned Mexican Oatmeal (also known as Avena) is a bowlful of morning comfort. Start your day off on the right foot with this wholesome and nutritious breakfast made with just old-fashioned oats, water, cinnamon, and milk.
Lamb meatballs are easy to prep, quick to cook (they're broiled, not pan fried -- less mess!), and have a light texture with a crispy crust. The secret ingredient to keeping them juicy? Golden raisins! Serve over hummus with toasted pine nuts for an easy weeknight dinner that's ready in less than 25 minutes!
If you think jalapeños, green tea, and tequila are a weird pairing, think again. I can basically promise that if you’re a fan of margs and Arnold Palmers, you’ll fall in love with my Spicy Green Tea and Lemonade Margarita. Your happy hour will never be the same again!
No longer just for cold-weather sipping, bourbon gets a refreshing, summery makeover in this Classic Mint Julep Recipe. Made with just four ingredients in all of five minutes, this minty cocktail wins the Triple Crown for bubbly effervescence, rich flavor, and timeless elegance. While they're traditionally made for the Kentucky Derby in May, hubby and I like to sip on these tasty mint drinks all summer long.
When it comes to making a sweet and simple treat, I love turning to this recipe for Gorditas de Azucar, which translates to “sugar gorditas.” These sweet griddle cakes are basically the Mexican version of a scone or a sweet biscuit, traditionally topped with a dollop of butter or drizzled with dulce de leche, cajeta, or sweetened condensed milk. YUM! #sponsored @landolakesktchn
Essentially the Hispanic version of a pita, Mexican Gorditas are deliciously tender corn pockets that can be filled with your choice of tasty goodies like my chile verde steak and potato stew. Made with just 15 minutes of prep time, these crowd-pleasing gorditas Mexicanas are easy enough for a busy weeknight and are hearty enough to crush even the biggest hunger.
Made with crunchy corn taco shells, a simple ground beef and potato filling, and all the taco fixin’s your heart desires, these Mexican Picadillo Tacos (also known as Tacos de Picadillo) are a weeknight wonder. With just 5 minutes of prep and a quick 30-minute cook time, these budget-friendly and crowd-pleasing tacos are a family favorite, and I have a feeling they’ll be one at your house, too.
Inspired by the popular Dominican burger, Chimi, traditionally served by street vendors in the Dominican Republic, this pizza is made with flatbread, sausage, cabbage, onions, tomatoes and a mayo-ketchup sauce. | @mydominicankitchen #dominicanrecipes #dominicanfood #dominicanpizza #dominicanflatbread #Chimipizza #easydominicanrecipes