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What is Chilaquiles?
Chilaquiles originated in Mexico. The word Chilaquiles originated from the Aztecs, and it means chilis and greens. It is usually eaten at breakfast or lunch and has been used to help hangovers.
There are many variations of this dish. For example, in central Mexico, the tortilla chips are supposed to be crispy. Shortly after the chilaquiles are done cooking, all the ingredients except the salsa are poured on the tortilla chips. The salsa isn’t added to the dish until it is about to be served. In Guadalajara, cazuelas, which is flavored stock, are kept simmering with the Chilaquiles to form a thick stew similar to polenta.
Naan is the perfect way to introduce you and your family to the Indian cuisine.
I’m sure many of y’all are wondering why I have not posted in
over a month. Well, here’s why. I’m not very good at keeping track with a planner, but I
am getting better at planning out my week. Creating new and unique content each
week is hard work, but it’s worth it.
Anyways, now that all of that is out of the way…
Merry Christmas! Why not share the joy of the holidays on Pinterest and tag me @evelynesepicureanexpeditions.
Doesn’t it seem like lately many celebrities have been supporting the Gluten-Free food craze? They tweet about, they Instagram it, share it on snapchat, etc. But some people are medically allergic to gluten. They are diagnosed with Celiac disease, which affects 1 in every 133 Americans; that’s roughly 2 million people. Even if you don’t have Celiac disease, you could have gluten sensitivity.