Mexican chicken with roasted tomato salsa upscales Mexican into dinner party territory. Two simple ingredients come together with a bit of classic technique to make something more than the sum of the parts.
Beef barbacoa is a sure fire way to make tacos that people talk about. Talk about in a good way. The richness of the beef. The gentle heat from the chiles. The tang of the vinegar. Just big, wonderful flavours. Hard to beat. If you can make pot roast, you can make beef barbacoa.
This quick Mexican slaw is perfect when you need something awesome to go with your star attraction but you don’t have a lot of time. Cabbage, onions, carrots, jalapeños and a slightly sweet and tangy dressing come together in no time flat. With tacos. With grilled meats. Or even a spicy rare tuna steak.
Warm corn bacon salad. It’s one of those recipes that almost aren’t worth posting. Nothing to it. Too easy to be taken seriously. But everyone raves. So here it is…
If you are looking for a quick ramen fix this one can be on the table 30 minutes after you walk into the kitchen. It’s rich, salty goodness in a bowl. And it’s dead easy. 30 minute curry ramen.
Yucatan pulled pork – cochinita pibil – is one the most flavourful pulled pork dishes out there. It’s loaded with big citrus and achiote taste. Roasted garlic and some good old fashioned smoke pushes it way over the top. This is pulled pork Mexican style.