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Mexican Food, who doesn’t love it? Spicy, cheesy, and bursting with flavor; Mexican food is hard to resist. It also happens to be my husband, Scott’s favorite kind of food. I often joke that he should have married a Mexican woman instead of an Assyrian one.
Lucky for him, this Assyrian girl knows how to cook food from any region he desires! However, living in San Diego for the last 34 years has taught me a lot about this delicious cuisine. The advantage is in knowing what REAL Mexican food should taste like. Using this knowledge has really helped in creating these recipes.
So if you love spicy Roasted Tomatillo Salsa or a good Breakfast Burrito, you’ll want to camp out here for a little bit. While here, make sure you check out my Mexican Lasagna, and Spicy Pickled Carrots too!
If you love chips and salsa as much as I do, you will be addicted to this smokey, spicy, and oh so tasty Roasted Salsa Recipe!
Restaurant-style Chili Verde under ninety minutes is totally doable with this Instant Pot Chili Verde recipe! The deep, complex flavors are achieved by first broiling the vegetables, searing the pork, and adding just the right amount of seasoning.
Have you ever had a California Burrito? This humongous burrito is filled with cubed Carne Asada, hot french fries, creamy guacamole, and more! Although it’s known as the California Burrito, the only place you can get your hands on one is in San Diego.
Creamy Guacamole, as the name suggests, is perfectly smooth, and chunk-free. Although I love chunky guacamole, the kind full of tomatoes, diced onions, garlic, and cilantro, sometimes I crave the silky consistency of this Creamy Guacamole Recipe.
Just in time for Cinco De Mayo, I’m releasing my secret Mexican Carne Asada Marinade Recipe! Don’t take this the wrong way, but you haven’t had good Carne Asada until you’ve had Carne Asada in San Diego.