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A hint of cinnamon is what makes Mexican Hot Chocolate special. All the flavors of this warm holiday drink are transformed into an easy pudding dessert! This recipe is featured as part of our Top 10 Easy Christmas Desserts. Enjoy this dish and check out all 10! MEXICAN HOT CHOCOLATE PUDDING Ingredients 1/2 cup packed [...]
Arroz con Leche (Mexican Rice Pudding)
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Arroz con Leche Mexican Rice Pudding: Dessert puddings came to Mexico with the Spanish in the mid-1500s, along with many sweet desserts. Spanish nuns, using recipes and ingredients they were familiar with, prepared puddings, flans, and other sweets, just as they had done in Spain. Desserts like this are now part of Mexican meals throughout the country, and all of Latin America as well. The pudding is best served the day its made. desserts
Making this Mexican dessert tonight go along with my chicken enchiladas!! Arroz con Leche from FoodNetwork.com
Arroz con Leche!!! Damn mexicans and their good food!! <3
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Bunuelos -mmmm- Flour tortillas cut up and fried in veg oil and coated with cin-sug while still warm...
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Find the recipe for Serrano Ham and Poblano Corn Pudding and other sour cream recipes at Epicurious.com
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Serrano Ham and Poblano Corn Pudding Recipe with poblano chiles, corn kernels, large eggs, butter, salt, baking powder, sour cream, masa, serrano ham, manchego cheese
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Delicious red pozole. Comfort food.
Red Pozole by Kitchen Konfidence
Red pozole. Mexican dish.
Red Pozole is a flavorful Mexican stew made of pork, ancho chiles and hominy.
The Poinsetta flower comes from Mexican Christmas tradition. In Mexico it is known as the 'flor de noche buena'.
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A picture gallery explaining the legends and history behind some of the traditions associated with an English Christmas: robins, holly, Christmas stockings etc. Poinsettia plant with red leaves.
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Poinsettias: Poinsettia plants are native to Central America, especially an area of southern Mexico known as 'Taxco del Alarcon' where they flower during the winter. The ancient Aztecs called them 'cuetlaxochitl'. The Aztecs had many uses for them including using the flowers (also known as bracts) to make a purple dye for clothes and cosmetics and the milky white sap was made into a medicine to treat fevers. (Today we call the sap latex!) The poinsettia was made widely known because of a man called Joel Roberts Poinsett (that's why we call them Poinsettia!). He was the first Ambassador from the U.S.A. to Mexico in 1825. Mr. Poinsett also founded the scientific institution in the U.S.A called the Smithsonian Institute. Poinsett had some greenhouses on his plantations in South Carolina, and while visiting the Taco area in 1828, he became very interested in the plants. He immediately sent some of the plants back to South Carolina, where he began growing the plants and sending them to friends and botanical gardens. One of the friends he sent plants to was John Barroom of Philadelphia, who gave the plant to his friend, Robert Buist, a plantsmans from Pennsylvania. Robert Buist was probably the first person to have sold the poinsettias under their botanical, or latin name, name 'Euphorbia pulcherrima' (it means, 'the most beautiful Euphorbia'). It is thought that it became known as Poinsettia in the mid 1830's when people found out who had first brought it to America from Mexico. There is an old Mexican legend about how Poinsettia's and Christmas come together, it goes like this. There was once a poor Mexican girl called Pepita who had no present to give the the baby Jesus at the Christmas Eve Services. As Pepita walked to the chapel, sadly, her cousin Pedro tried to cheer her up. 'Pepita', he said 'I'm sure that even the smallest gift, given by someone who loves him will make Jesus Happy.' Pepita didn't know what she could give, so she picked a small handful of weeds from the roadside and made them into a a small bouquet. She felt embarrassed because she could only give this small present to Jesus. As she walked through the chapel to the altar, she remembered what Pedro had said. She began to feel better, knelt down and put the bouquet at the bottom of the nativity scene. Suddenly, the bouquet of weeds burst into bright red flowers, and everyone who saw them were sure they had seen a miracle. From that day on, the bright red flowers were known as the 'Flores de Noche Buena', or 'Flowers of the Holy Night'. The shape of the poinsettia flower and leaves are sometimes thought as a symbol of the Star of Bethlehem which led the Wise Men to Jesus. The red colored leaves symbolize the blood of Christ. The white leaves represent his purity. The Poinsettia is also the national emblem of Madagascar. Christmas Customs: Poinsettia plants are native to Central America, especially an area of southern Mexico known as 'Taxco del Alarcon' where they flower during the winter. The ancient Aztecs called them 'cuetlaxochitl'. The Aztecs had many uses for them including using the flowers (also known as bracts) to make a purple dye for clothes and cosmetics and the milky white sap was made into a medicine to treat fevers. (Today we call the sap latex!)
Tamales are a traditional Mexican food which are often eaten during the Christmas season.
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Tamales are a Traditional Mexican Food that are Often Eaten During the Christmas Season.
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Mexican tacos????. Tis is not authentic mexican food, maybe is tex-mex. We never use corn shells for tacos we use corn or wheat tortillas
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This is an article that tells about the history and preparation of Mexican cuisine. It gives a description of the most common ingredients and equipment used to prepare most Mexican cuisine. Included is a recipe as well as a video demonstrating how to make delicious cheese enchiladas. ~ http://internetwriter62.hubpages.com/hub/Mexican-Food-The-History-and-Preparation
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Mexican Christmas Recipe: Atole - A Traditional Mexican Beverage
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Mexican Atole recipe
Mexican Atole- Traditional mexican drink with corn flour, brown sugar and cinnamon, served hot
Mexican Christmas Recipe: Atole - A Traditional Mexican Beverage. My grandmother's specialty!
Mexican Christmas Recipe: Traditional Mexican Bunuelos
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Mexican market in Tepoztlan Aguas Frescas intro
Ahhh! The market place!
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A very Happy Holiday Season and Thank You to all my wonderful "All Things Mexican" Followers ~ Cinda (Pinatas in the shape of the Christmas star are a traditional Mexican decoration which also serves later as a party game.)
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