Cuisine: Mexican

Sweet and Tangy Tamarind Syrup

Sweet and Tangy Tamarind Syrup

Tamarind is a tree that grows long, edible pods. The pods contain seeds that look like shiny, black beads. The paste that grows around the seeds is used in many countries to make tamarind syrup. Tamarind is also used to add a sour taste to food, and to give food that distinct tamarind flavor.

Chili Sauce

Chili Sauce

For the past few years my serrano pepper plant has been going crazy! It’s more like a bush. Last year I dried the peppers and we ate them as a side with Mexican food. This year I wanted to try something new.

Mexican Lasagna

Mexican Lasagna

Who says you can’t mix the flavors of two different cultures to come up with an amazing new recipe? Well, if my mom was still living, I’m sure she would object. She was very set in her ways when it came to cooking.

Nena’s Favorite Layered Mexican Bean Dip

Nena’s Favorite Layered Mexican Bean Dip

This Layered Mexican Bean Dip is a family favorite. I always prepare it for parties and potlucks. I love that it’s so simple to prepare and always a crowd pleaser!


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