Mexican Sopes I've had this Tasty recipe for Mexican Sopes bookmarked for a while: https://tasty.co/recipe/mexican-sopes Although I cook a lot of Latin American dishes, including Mexican recipes, I had never come across these before until last month. I think they'll be a good family recipe, but I'll need to set aside time to make them the … Continue reading Mexican Sopes (Tasty)
This year's British Egg Week carries the tagline "Don’t get hangry, get cracking", the idea being that eggs make a quick and easy meal to keep hunger at bay for longer. I use quite a lot of free range eggs in my cooking, in both savoury and sweet dishes. This recipe for baked eggs in … Continue reading British Egg Week: 8th -14th October
I often bake at the weekends, and since starting this blog, have shared some of those recipes, such as: A Dozen Little Breakfast Rolls https://wordpress.com/post/cookingenmicocina.com/513 Fruity Almond Bread and Butter Pudding https://wordpress.com/post/cookingenmicocina.com/187 And the ever-popular Vegan Berry and Banana Loaf https://wordpress.com/post/cookingenmicocina.com/415 What do you like baking at the weekend? What should I try next...?
Hummingbird Cake For National Cake Week, I'd like to share this recipe for Hummingbird Cake from Tasty: https://tasty.co/recipe/hummingbird-cake. As always with Tasty recipes, there's an easy to follow recipe and video. I love all things humming bird, and this cake looks delicious, especially with the combination of banana and pecans.
For National Poetry Day, I'm sharing one of my favourite poems - Inclinando en las Tardes (Leaning into the Afternoons) by Pablo Neruda. I love the rythmn and dreamy imagery I thir poem. It ebbs and flows. Inclinando enas Tardes Leaning into the Afternoons
There are lots of interesting recipes, articles, and quizzes on Buzzfeed at the moment, as part of Hispanic Heritage Month. https://www.buzzfeed.com/badge/hispanicheritage Well worth a look!
Salvadoran Pupusas There are lots of Latin American recipes available on Tasty at the moment, and this one for Salvadoran Pupusas caught my eye because they remind me of Peruvian empanadas and Venezuelan arrepas. If you click on the link below, there's a lovely bilingual video (with subtitles) along with this Tasty recipe, with a … Continue reading Salvadoran Pupusas (Tasty)