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Chilaquiles

by Melissa Pitts

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For me, this is the ultimate comfort and may I say hangover food! It's ideal for breakfast and prepares in about 5-8 minutes.Another cheat tip is to use a rotisserie chicken so it's really a low maintenance dish.

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Mango Colada Licuado

by Aurora Ibarra

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La clave para hacer este licuado perfecto y espumosa: piña congelada. Aquí, he añadido un plátano que siempre tengo en mi congelador, no tirar más de plátanos maduros, sólo tienes que cortar y tirar en una bolsita tipo Ziplock.

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Pastel de Tres Leches

by Melissa Pitts

5.0/5 1 reviews

El origen de este pastel todavia es un misterio, pero no me importa, es delicioso! Si no te gusta cocinar mucho, puedes comprar una caja de pastel amarillo instantaneo y empezar la receta donde perforas la superficie de la torta con un tenador.

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Spring Barley Risotto

by Kelly Langmesser

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Asparagus is in season in early spring, so I’m eating it by the pound (well, almost). Here is a yummy, one-pot dish that has amazing flavors featuring asparagus. Risotto is a traditionally Italian dish made with rice, and often considered difficult to perfect.

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Mango Colada Smoothie

by Aurora Ibarra

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It's getting hot outside and what better way than to cool down with a delicious smoothie? The key to make this smoothie perfect and frothy: frozen pineapple. Here, I added a banana which I always have in my freezer- don't toss out over ripe bananas, just chop them up and throw in a freezer bag.

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Molletes

by Melissa Pitts

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I've been making molletes for as long as I can remember, I just never knew they had a name until someone pointed it out to me. This is just one of a million ways to prepare molletes. I wouldn't even call this a real recipe, more just a prep guide with staples most of us have around the house.

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Cocoa Dusted Meringue Cookies

by Melissa Pitts

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This is just one way to use left over egg whites. This recipe requires only 5 egg whites, just the amount you’ll have left over after making the Mexican Hot Chocolate ice cream recipe.

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Mexican Hot Chocolate Ice cream

by Melissa Pitts

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This rich and creamy ice cream takes inspiration from the softer Italian gelato. It has an intense chocolate flavor plus all the familiar flavors of Mexican hot chocolate: spicy chili and warm cinnamon. An added bonus here is to use the leftover egg whites and turn them into meringues.

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Roasted Asparagus

by Kelly Langmesser

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This is a simple dish that can be served along a baked or roasted chicken, tossed with penne and fresh spinach for a simple warmed pasta salad, or along side curedolives, crusty bread and a boiled egg for a humble, but flavor-filled dinner.

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Mexican Chocolate Cake

by Melissa Pitts

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This is a great recipe to finish off the last of your Mexican chocolate from the winter. It takes no time to prepare and is perfect with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Here, I added just a dollop of creme fraiche or you can do whipped cream.

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