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A West Coast favorite! Eat them outside under the sunshine! Modern Baja Fish Tacos come from Baja California in Mexico. The tacos are filled with deep fried battered fish, and garnished with spicy mayonnaise, shredded lettuce, salsa, and lime wedges. They are a variation on the original fish taco invented by the indigenous people thatContinue reading “Baja Fish Tacos”
A one pot classic! This dish is full of flavor! Arroz con Pollo means rice with chicken in Spanish. It is a traditional dish in Spain and Latin America. The dish has seared chicken that is cooked with yellow rice and vegetables. It is related to paella for its use of saffron to make theContinue reading “Arroz Rojo con Pollo (Red Rice with Chicken)”
Want a tasty, easy-to-make meal to share with that special someone? Look no further than Chicken Fajitas for Two! Fajitas were invented in Texas around the late 1930s or early 1940s. They were created by Mexican ranch workers that were living in West Texas, along the Texas/Mexico border. The ranch workers were given the tougher,Continue reading “Chicken Fajitas for Two”
Have restaurant flavor right in your own home! Carne asada translates to “grilled meat” in Spanish. It is usually thinly sliced beef. There is no one specific cut of beef that makes up carne asada. The choice is up to the cook, though skirt steak and flank steak are popular cuts to use. Some sayContinue reading “Carne Asada”
Slow cookers are beautiful because raw ingredients go in and a few hours later a flavorful meal is finished. My slow cooker savory chicken tacos are super easy to make and delectably flavorful! The modern slow cooker cooking apparatus was invented by Irving Nachumsohn. On January 23, 1940 he received the patent for his inventionContinue reading “Savory Slow Cooker Chicken Tacos”
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