Our family is a red sauce type of family. I was one of those odd gals in the university who has never tasted a white sauced pasta- or any other type of pasta that did not include red sauce- until college. To someone who has never had it before, it was sublime! With that impression, I immediately became obsessed with it until I ended up visiting this coffee shop every night and ordering pasta Alfredo for dinner for a month. When I left college, I had to learn to make it. My main dilemma, however, was how to thicken Alfredo sauce.
I love Mexican salsa because I can use it as a dip for my chips and as an ingredient for other dishes like casseroles, pork chops, and meatloaf. What I usually use is the jarred variety, but after trying some homemade Mexican salsa during a family dinner, I was amazed by its fresh taste. At that point, I tried to search for the best Mexican salsa recipe which can be superior to the jarred salsa that I usually buy in supermarkets.
You might notice that there are a lot of salsa recipes that you can find online. Would you believe that I have practically tried all the recipes just to search for the best tasting salsa that I can make at home?
This one recipe that I’m going to share is the easiest that I have tried, and it tastes fresh and delicious. So put your chef hat on and follow the instructions below.
Ever heard of tea de manzanilla? It sounds complex, but it is actually a Spanish term referring to what we all know as the chamomile tea. Many people drink this fragrant tea for its soothing effects and many other benefits.
I have been introduced to this wonderful drink just recently and after tasting it, I never returned to my old habit. Since I am planning to make this my daily habit, I tried to search for the health benefits that I can expect. What I found out really amazed me. If you want to learn more about its health benefits, read on.
You are wondering, what are rajas? If you don’t know what they are then you’ve come to the right place. I’ll be explaining what rajas are and introduce you to some dishes related to rajas.
My fixation with rajas started when my friend introduced me to Mexican cuisine. After reading the menu, I am baffled by the Spanish terms, but what caught my attention was the frequent use of the word “rajas”. So, I put my detective hat on and started to search the answer myself. To find out what I’ve discovered, continue reading below.