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I am finding lately that rice cooked with water rather than any broth is allowing the taste of the rice to come through. I prefer jasmine rice as my staple rice. The last two batches I made - one with chicken broth and one with water - settled it for me. The batch with chicken broth had none of the pleasant flavors associated with jasmine rice. Instead, ...


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This is a bit of a guess - I've only made carnitas without it - but it probably help helps promote nice browning. The tiny bit of sweetness wouldn't hurt either. Of course, you'll be fine without it too; I didn't know it was a common ingredient and never noticed something was missing. Still could be good though!


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I drink the tastey sludge directly from the bean can and pulverize it into a very nutritious health shake. It helps the add mashed sweet potatoes with a raw egg!! A little canned milk goes a long way with a dash of cinnamon. I also find the canned bean sauce delightful for glazing upside down cakes & pot roast, really enhances the color. Personally ...


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what works good for me (when using flour) is to fill the enchiladas roll em put in pan and bake (without sauce on top) till the tortillias get a little brown on the edges and just barely starting to crisp. Then sauce the top and put on the cheese and bake till cheese is melted. They always come out perfect. With corn i do the same thing but lightly brush ...


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Salsa in Mexico is normally used for calling a spicy hot dressing that you will put in the table so people can serve them selves and spread it over their dishes or inside their tacos. As we do it in the center of Mexico it must be very (spicy) hot, there are different kinds: fresh, cooked: boiled, grilled. The most common used fresh salsa is the Pico de ...


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Try replacing tomato with tomatillo, it will last for little more as it is more acid. Of course it will change the taste and color of your salsa but it is delicious. If your tomatillos are small you can have 2 per tomato, boil them in water. The idea behind salsa is that you make it before eating so it is fresh, that is how we do it in Mexico, you make the ...



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