Posted at 5:30 pm
I cannot believe that is a month we were traveling to Mexico. Time flies so fast… And faster it flies, I miss family around. And mainly now when I would love to share with them all nice things which are happening! While browsing and reading your posts, this one has appeared… Chilaquiles! I love chilaquiles and I think I am going to prepare it during the weekend 🙂 It is nice way how to start the day. I do not prepare salsa verde at home (as it is too spicy for me 🙂 ), however we tend to have tomato salsa version (you can check it here).
If you do not have ideas what to prepare for weekend breakfast, give it a go! Enjoy chilaquiles either with salsa verde or tomato sauce!
With love to my Mexico and Mexican boys!
Vero & Canitos
Chilaquiles is an all-time favorite breakfast dish. It’s a mixture of corn tortilla chips and shredded chicken bathed in green salsa and topped with salty ranchero cheese, Mexican cream, and thinly sliced red onion. A few simple ingredients come together to make an authentic and very satisfying dish. I jokingly refer to chilaquiles as “breakfast…
via Chilaquiles Verdes with Chicken — Mexican Food Journal
Posted at 3:42 pm
Leftovers again. One – pot dish again. Why not 🙂 Saving food and time. This time, I had baked pork which we had over the weekend and still some pieces in the fridge. Therefore, risotto was quite good option and quick 🙂
What do you need:
1 cup of rice
baked pork or any other meat which just stayed in your fridge from previous lunch
1 – 2 carrots
handful of green peas
handful of sweet corn
handful of mushrooms
eggs (1 – 2 per person)
Take a one big pan (I took Wok), add olive oil and chopped carrots with mushrooms. Fry it until soft and tender and afterwards add rice and fry it until glassy. With 1 cup of rice, add approximately 1.5 – 2 cups of water, sweet corn and green peas. Let it boil until the rice is soft. When done, add spoon of soy sauce and chopped pork just to warm it up in the rice mixture. Take a new pan and make fried eggs separately. When ready, you can serve with avocado aside, topped with basil leaves or grated cheese.
Nothing special, nothing difficult, however delicious quick and comfort dinner!
Vero & little Canito