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Chilaquiles Rojos

Chilaquiles is a traditional Mexican dish commonly served for breakfast or brunch. It’s made with fresh fried tortilla triangles or strips topped with a red (rojo) or green (verde) salsa and sometimes mole depending on the region. Chilaquiles is made several ways. Some recipes add beans, onions and even pulled chicken or pork. The dish … Continue reading

Mashed Potato Quesadilla

Serves up to 4 | Wine to sip: Woodbridge 2010 Merlot by Robert Mondavi – I got a 1.5L bottle of this wine last week and it kept fresh for 3-4 days with a cork in the fridge. I had a lot of left over mashed potato. Quesadillas was an easy solution! Add a side … Continue reading

Chicken Enchiladas Rojas

Serves up to 4 | Wine to sip while cooking 2010 Charles Shaw Merlot 6 frozen boneless chicken breast strips (or 2 large boneless chicken breasts) 1 tablespoon grapeseed oil 24 ounces of mild salsa roja, red salsa, or salsa auntentica 2 cups fresh cilantro sprigs 1 cup sour cream 1 cup canned corn 8 … Continue reading

South of the Border Stuffed Red Peppers

Serves 6 | Total time 1 hour, 25 minutes |¬†Wine to sip while cooking: 2009 Charles Shaw Cabernet Sauvignon 3 medium potatoes or 2 large gold potatoes 1 tablespoon grapeseed oil or olive oil 1 pound lean ground beef 8 oz sweet corn (approx.15 oz can) 2 teaspoon ground cumin 2 cups shredded Mexican blend … Continue reading

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