Other Cuisines

Chicken Fajita

Want something real quick? Yoo! Can Make It: Indredients: 3 Chicken Breasts 2 Tbsp. Taco Seasoning 2 Tbsp. Vegetable Oil 1 Onion, sliced 4 Cloves Garlic, sliced 3 Bell Peppers, sliced 1 Lime, juiced 8 Tortillas 2 Tbsp. Butter 2 Cups Mexican Cheese Blend Directions: Slice the chicken breasts into…

The Other Side Of Mexican Cooking

The Other Side Of Mexican Cooking

High-quality bell peppers, summer squash and cucumbers may not have arrived in the farmer’s markets yet, but they’re crisp, fresh and abundant at the supermarket-and most likely imported from Mexico. Many people don’t realize that Mexico exports far more than just chiles, avocados, tomatoes, limes and other produce you think…

Cooking Up Kiwi Cuisine

Cooking Up Kiwi Cuisine

Stemming from its British Colonial heritage, culinary culture in New Zealand has long been characterized by straightforward fodder such as steak and fries, fish and chips and baked meats. However, driven by the demands of increasingly sophisticated tourists to the region and influenced by both Asian and Pacific flavors, New…

How To Make Authentic Mexican Cerviche

When I mention the word “cerviche” to people I am usually questioned, “what the ___is that?” After they taste my recipe for true Mexican cerviche they are begging me to teach them how to make it. First let me explain why I call it authentic Mexican cerviche. So what is…

Cooking The Best Fajitas

Cooking The Best Fajitas

Fajita is generally beef, chicken, pork or shrimp grilled and served on a flour tortilla with condiments. The chicken is worked with onions and bell peppers. Fajita is served to the table sizzling loudly on a metal platter with tortilla and condiments on the side. Making your lips watery? Texans…

Enchilada – A Simple Yet Delicious Mexican Delicacy

Enchilada – A Simple Yet Delicious Mexican Delicacy

Enchilada is the traditional Mexican dish meaning ‘seasoned with chilies’. It is simply dried red chili peppers soaked and ground into sauce flavored with some seasonings. The dish is very simple. It is a family staple. This Mexican invaded the American food market in the mid sixties and since then…