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Mango and chile piquin gelatin

by Abigail Garcia

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Mango with chile is a traditional and famous flavour in Mexico. That’s why I decided to make a sweet and spicy mix for the summer hot days. Hope you like it!

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Gelatina de mango con chile piquin

by Abigail Garcia

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La mezcla de mango con chile es de lo más conocido y degustado en México, es por eso que decidí hacer una gelatina que tuviera ese sabor picosito y dulce a la vez. Espero les guste.

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Pepian

by Melissa Pitts

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This is the Guatemalan version of pepian. Mexico has it’s own version spelled “pipian” but I grew up with this red version in my house (the recipe come from my aunt Claudia).

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Tamarind Martinis

by Melissa Pitts

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This cocktail was served at my wedding when I married in Antigua, Guatemala. It was my signature drink at the wedding and my showers. I love it because its sweet, while tart with a kick of heat because of the chili rimmed glass.

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Pan de Elote

by Melissa Pitts

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Mexican corn bread is very different from your typical American corn bread. It's a wet mixture that has very little flour and instead of sugar- sweetened condensed milk. As I've said in previous posts- anything that calls for a can of sweetened condensed milk MUST be good.

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Arroz con Leche

by Abigail Garcia

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Esta receta es sencilla, rico y un classico. Yo lo pongo almendras y uvas pasas pero puedes agregar lo que quieras. Buen provecho!

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Creamy Rice with Milk

by Abigail Garcia

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Who can resist this classic dish with rich, creamy rice, sweet milk and a sprinkle of cinnamon? This treat is simple to make, dirt cheap, and impresses the crowds. Of course you can add whatever you like but I like to keep it simple by adding some almonds and raisins. Buen provecho!

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Grilled Mexican Corn

by Melissa Pitts

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'Tis the season for corn and what better way to enjoy it than grilled smothered with mayo, chili and queso fresco? Here's my recipe for the classic "elote loco".

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Jocón

by Melissa Pitts

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This is classic green and rich Guatemalan dish made from tomatillos, pepitoria,and chicken (although you can use turkey or pork) and can be found on most Guatemalan tables throughout the week.

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Strawberry Horchata

by Melissa Pitts

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Who didn't grow up drinking horchata? And, while most of us only know the powdered stuff or the already made sweet and creamy drink, it's extremely easy to make and much healthier. When you make it at home you control the sweetness and experiment with different flavors.

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