To battle the cold wintry weather, here's a delicious, hearty soup that will warm you right up! It's also vegan-friendly 🙂
Seafood boil is one of my favorite ways I like seafood to be prepared, especially for its spice and punch of flavor, but it can get expensive when dining out. I wanted to share an easy recipe for those of you who are looking to DIY at home.
Despite the consistent 90+ degree weather in Agua Caliente, I was never able to give up my love for soup! My host sister prepared this really simple noodle soup and it only took 3 ingredients: onion, tomato, and pasta noodles! Here's what you'll need: 1 onion 2-3 tomatoes, depending how tomatoey you want … Continue reading Recipe: Dry-cooked Noodle Soup
Try out this vegetarian quinoa salad with delicious honey mustard dressing for a light meal that's packed with nutritious goodness!
Looking for a refreshing merienda (snack) for a hot, summer day? Look no further, as aguachile is all you'll ever need (aside from the obvious choices of fresh fruit!) A traditional Mexican dish, aguachile is made up of shrimp marinated in lime juice, cucumbers, onions, and something spicy! Ingredients // Ingredientes: fresh shrimp // camarones … Continue reading Recipe: Aguachile
I promised to introduce more Mexican recipes, so here's another one! Here is a recipe to make sope, which I can best define it as a small savory Mexican pancake made with masa (dough). You can put toppings on each sope, and from my understanding, these are always savory! I visited one of my participants … Continue reading Recipe: Sope (Savory Mexican “Pancakes”)
I can't get enough of ceviche or seafood. But sometimes seafood just isn't available, so you gotta make do with what you have... so I learned how to make vegetarian ceviche!
There's nothing better than eating authentic Mexican food made in Mexico! Check out the recipe to make tacos dorados 🙂
If I had to choose what's my favorite type of seafood, it would be blue crab, hands down! It's great steamed, boiled with seasonings, made into crab cakes, or raw. I can't remember when I first had raw spicy crab, but I remember I got it at a local Korean supermarket in NYC. This was … Continue reading Recipe: Korean Raw Spicy Crab (Yangnyeom Gejang)
The farmers' market is BACK and I'm so excited! This past weekend, I did a mini-haul and stocked up on produce for the week, including sweet potatoes. I'm normally not a fan of sweet foods as part of a meal (unless it's breakfast or dessert) but I decided to be adventurous and try it out...not … Continue reading Recipe: Baked Sweet Potato Fries