What do we know about chilaquiles?
They are a classic of Mexican gastronomy, one of the most representative dishes of our tradition. In fact, it is the breakfast of choice for most people, because they are cheap, its recipe is simple and, most importantly they are very nutritious. But, have you ever wondered, how much do we know about chilaquiles?
At Freddy’s Tucan we did some research and here we will tell you about it.
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Have you ever Heard a about the cecina? Of you are originally from México your answer must be “yes”, other way, for the ones who doesn´t know what it is we will tell them. Cecina is a salty meat, dehydrated, traditionally from the middle and northern estates of México. In fact, it is from the Estate of Sonora that comes one of the most popula cecina or dry beef that we all know. We invite you to keep reading and get to know everything about this Mexican cecina.
Benefits of fruits in juices
Are juices a good idea?
There is plenty of evidence that juices made from fresh fruits and vegetables have numerous health benefits. Many juices help to fight diseases like cardiovascular disease, cancer, Alzheimer’s, obesity, and diabetes by neutralizing free radicals,...
The story behind the enchiladas
We all adore enchiladas and their delightful sauce, which warms our hearts and fills our tummies with pure joy. They are derived from the tortilla, which may be traced back to pre-Columbian Mesoamerican civilizations. This plate, comes directly from the maze, combines a variety of ingredients to create infinite variations.
In Mexican cuisine, enchiladas hold a prominent position in the category of appetizers. There are several variations, such as green enchiladas, Mole enchiladas,...
The Story Behind The Popular Fajitas
While most people in North America love to eat fajitas, few know the story of this popular, juicy, meaty, and at times colorful dish. We just assume it is another traditional Mexican dish, perhaps a Texan recipe. Why? Because the word “fajita” comes from the Spanish language, meaning belt or a type of girdle.
Well, let’s get that clear, the fajitas we know today was a dish first created by Mexican...
French Toast: A Journey in Time
Who doesn’t love French Toast? Those fluffy, buttery, sweet squares of glory that make your day time and again throughout the year… Exactly, the good classic French Toast recipe which will never disappoint you.
But hey, let’s get a bit into history, where did this morning classic originate from? We all seem to think...
A morning king: a brief story of the omelette
Nothing like having a really good omelette in the morning, I mean the type of omelette that has all the good stuff in it, like chopped onion, peppers, chives, fresh tomato, mushrooms, and… well, it really can have a large variety of ingredients, right? There are no exact rules as to what goes into an omelette and what doesn’t go in it. For this reason, you can get really creative when it comes to making this morning starter. One thing is certain,...
5 types of flour to cook at home
Flours with which you can experiment to make gluten-free reportage and crispier breaded. Which ones do you have in the cupboard?
The other day she was reading an article about how the consumption of flour has skyrocketed in various parts of the world, during the coronavirus contingency. In that same text, the journalist explained that families have become fond of homemade pastries and bakery. I would like to add (without any scientific basis) that a piece of bread always has a...