Toasted hominy bacon and eggs. With shallot, garlic and thyme this is a perfect breakfast served with a fried or poached egg.
Spice up your dinner with this wicked good Mexican casserole. Sweet corn, black beans, cheese, ground beef and sour cream blend together with corn tortillas for an irresistible meal.
Chicken breasts are bathed in a marinade and then roasted golden. Placed on top of sliced tomatoes and drenched in a spicy broth, this is a festive meal. Serve a fresh roasted Hatch Green Chile Salsa along side for excitement.
Hatch Green Chile Dip. Luscious and velvety with cream cheese, yogurt and mayo, and spiced up with lots of chopped Hatch Green Chile and Chimayo chile powder.
Mexican Sliders. Ancho chile flavored beef patties, topped with the smoky heat of chipotle mayonnaise, Monterey Jack cheese, Cabernet caramelized onions and red leaf lettuce. Don’t forget to start building these sliders with slices of dill pickle.
This easy Cafe Rio Sweet Pork Tostada recipe is a keeper. A copy cat recipe from Cafe Rio is great for tacos, burritos and even a salad. Made with Coke. Cafe Rio Sweet Pork Barbacoa Cafe Rio opened up in the Streets at Southglenn last year and we’ve yet to pay them a visit. I
A couple of months ago I ran across a recipe for Queso Blanco, creamy, spicy smooth and cheesy, this was a keeper. Stepping outside the bowl, why not let this dip become a part of a bigger picture? Mexican flavored meatballs drizzled with this creamy bliss.
Even though we’re having beautiful Spring temperatures today and I’m getting ready to uncover the grill for the first time this season, it was just this past Tuesday that Denver saw a frigid storm blow through and leave an icy beginning to a six inch blanket of snow that covered everything in sight. Folks…it was
I firmly believe everyone should always sit up and take notice when the introduction to the recipe reads “I made this macaroni and cheese for my children and now make it for my grandchildren”. Not to mention there’s a cup and a half of Monterey Jack Cheese involved.
Next time you’re in the mood for a shrimp cocktail appetizer, give this Mexican version a try. Campechana Mexican Shrimp Cocktail is a traditional Mexican appetizer chock full of tomatoes, jalapeno, cucumber and more. This South of the Border cocktail, with it’s “usual suspect” lineup of fresh and spicy Southwestern ingredients, results in an intoxicating dish.