Saturday, 20 September 2014

Easy Mexican Recipes

Easy Mexican Recipes Biography

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Do you know what are the real, the authentic mexican recipes? Born from the marriage of two deeply rooted cultures; colonial Spain on one side, the exotic precolumbian civilization's traditions on the other... the authentic cuisine from Mexico sometimes takes advantage of some very unusual ingredient combinations that create complex, sophisticated flavors; and when homemade with our recipes you will reawaken their original spirit. Yet most of these real recipes are still easy to make! Embark with me on this culinary adventure; I will show you the best mexican food recipes, or the most traditional ones you can find, always in easy, convenient printer-friendly pages. In this site you will find classics such as the birria recipe, tinga de pollo, enchiladas, tacos, burritos, tamales, tortas and such... and for those new to this traditional latin cuisine I recommend a visit to the Basic Concepts page (button found at the top-right corner of this page), to get to know some basic aspects and special ingredients you will encounter while you get acquainted with these delicious dishes.
The Mexican Rice
Tinga de Pollo
Albondigas en Salsa Verde
Guajillo Red Enchiladas
The Guacamole
Arrachera Burritos
Tacos de Arrachera

   Famous Tacos Tex-Mex Recipes The Burritos Mexican Meat Recipes  The Mexican Mole  The Tamales  The Empanadas Easy Chili Con Carne The Tostadas   The Quesadillas   Mexican Appetizers The Ceviche The Sopes Mayan Recipes Host a Taquiza! Mexican Style Rice Mexican Salsa Recipes Mexican Soup Recipes Mexican Chicken Recipes   The Mexican Enchiladas Pozole Recipes Vegetables & Vegetarian
 Mexican Desserts Mexican Alb√≥ndigas Taquitos and Flautas Mexican Seafood   Tlayudas Recipe Mexican Sandwiches

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You will find that some authentic dishes from Mexico can sometimes be slightly complicated, with long ingredient lists; however surely you will agree with me that eating the food you prepare is only half the pleasure, as making it yourself can be fun and rewarding... then you also have some classic recipes such as salsas, the guacamole, tacos, some appetizers which are actually quite simple! It is always better to get started with a few homemade and simple dishes while learning this cuisine.
There are literally hundreds of tasty mexican dishes that are easy to make that you can try at home; each and every state from Mexico has its own distinct culture and unique cookbook; and in the end, when you become familiar enough with this type of food it will be fun and challenging to prepare and host a Taquiza party for your friends and family (also featured on this page)... On this site you will also find dishes and quick snacks that many did not know they even existed, such as all the authentic sandwiches from Mexico: the Tortas, the Cemitas, the Lonches, etc... To read more click the chile on the right to jump back to the top of the page...Growing up around expert and traditional cooks in Tijuana, Mexico, Marcela was raised to be passionate about food, and she jumped straight into a culinary life with her first job working at her aunt’s cooking school in Baja, Mexico. Marcela realized she, too, wanted to pursue this growing love for food full time and enrolled in the Los Angeles Culinary Institute. She then went to the Ritz Escoffier Cooking School in Paris to become trained as a classical French pastry chef. Marcela later returned home to run a catering company and teach children about the culinary arts in Tijuana, all while collecting recipes and applying her knowledge and skills of her family’s cooking traditions to map out her dreams. She successfully translated her culinary knowledge and passion to the small screen as the host of her own Food Network series, Mexican Made Easy, which premiered in 2010. Wanting to share her expertise on great Mexican food that combines freshness and flavor with kitchen ease, Marcela published Fresh Mexico: 100 Simple Recipes for True Mexican Flavor” (Clarkson Potter) in 2009 and Mexican Made Easy (Clarkson Potter) in 2011. Marcela lives in San Diego with her 9-year-old son, who often doubles as her sous chef.

Easy Mexican Recipes

Easy Mexican Recipes

Easy Mexican Recipes

Easy Mexican Recipes

Easy Mexican Recipes

Easy Mexican Recipes

Easy Mexican Recipes

Easy Mexican Recipes

Easy Mexican Recipes

Easy Mexican Recipes

Easy Mexican Recipes



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