I read a lot of bad revies about the WP app for BB. But I’ve never been one to listen to other’s stupid opinions. So I’ll test it myself and if it let’s me post to my blog while waiting on my bestie @ La Hacienda….then that’s Kool with me.Just please God don’t let it crash my phone! I still have to give advice on down cushions before my Chimichanga gets here.
He who has been forgiven much, loves much. That's pretty much me in a nutshell....more
So as soon as I walked up on this place, I knew it was pure brilliance. What foods does everyone love? Chinese and Mexican, it never fails if its made well. The place is called ChinaPoblano, and I looooove the concept. The spices and ingredients in mexican and chinese food are so similar in so many ways, peppers, pork, rice, cilantro, hot sauce, sweet marinades and sauces, Its just all so tasty. ...more
The Best Tacos! Are you ready? Try this seasoning and recipe and let me know what you think!This recipe also makes a great gift to give with attached recipe! Enjoy :)If you make a huge batch, then use 3 1/2 TBSP for your taco recipe! No more $1 packets of sodium filled taco seasoning to store in your drawer or hurt your heart :)1 Tbsp chili powder2 tsp onion powder1 tsp garlic powder1 tsp Cumin1 tsp spanish paprika1 tsp mexican oregano1/2 tsp sugar3/4 tsp sea salt1/4 tsp pepper1/4 tsp chipotle chile powder1/2 tsp corn starch...more
**Please note: all food posts are from my previous blog The Flexitarian Kitchen. I've kept them here because... well, they're good recipes. And it's late. And I'm tired of adjusting my settings. Think of these recipes as the free prize in the bottom of the cereal box!As I post this, I realize... the last recipe I posted was bean-based.Oh no.Well... heck....more
**Please note: all food posts are from my previous blog The Flexitarian Kitchen. I've kept them here because... well, they're good recipes. And it's late. And I'm tired of adjusting my settings. Think of these recipes as the free prize in the bottom of the cereal box!...more
Growing up in an Italian family kept me isolated for many years from foods that did not fall into the Italian-American diet. Tomatillos were one of them, until 2008. Oh, what I missed all those years!
I timidly started with salsa, and eventually worked my way up to one of our family's favorite dinners: Tomatillo Chicken Tacos.
I set out to create a an enchilada recipe packed with flavor, low in fat, and high in veggie matter and I'm thrilled to be able to share my success with you! These black bean, potato, and chorizo enchiladas are absolutely delicious and will definitely take care of that craving for fattening Mexican food at a fraction of the fat and calories.
This recipe came in at just under 250 calories per enchilada on two different nutrition calculating programs....yay! Even adding a bit of low-fat sour cream isn't going to break the calorie bank on this one.
This will hopefully be a regular feature on my blog.I have been craving cheese and onion enchiladas lately. I desperately miss Don Pablos. I have tried other Mexican places but I have yet to find one that replaces them. :(I usually make them in the oven but I have to say no matter what I can not get them to turn out like the ones at Don Paublos. No matter if I barely put any sauce on them or no sauce at all they turn out too mushy or turn out too dry (without sauce). Good but mushy....more