Enchilada History: Do You Understand my Enchilada?

Enchilada History: Do You Understand my Enchilada?

NewsTaco May 12, 2017

*Why you should read this: Because it’s Friday. Because you should try the recipe this weekend. Because, as Adán Medrano says, “To understand the enchilada is to understand our community.” […]

Guanajuato’s “Miner” Enchiladas

January 18, 2012

I remember my very first time at Guanajuato, Mexico. The image of all of its narrow streets, long hills and slopes, the music, the artists in the streets, the Juarez […]

Enchiladas With Huitlacoche Sauce

June 22, 2011

By Melissa Pitts Before you judge the black, smokey corn smut known as huitlacoche, give it try with these easy and delicious enchiladas! While this is a vegetarian version, you […]

Enchiladas Verdes

June 13, 2011

By Melissa Pitts This recipe actually comes from Abby’s mother, but I made them and have been addicted since. These enchiladas are easy, with a fresh and healthy salsa. You […]

Chef Michael Recipe: Tomatillo Salsa For Green Enchiladas

March 2, 2011

[Editor’s Note: Yummy! Tomatillo salsa, with its tanginess is one of my favorite salsas, check out this recipe from Chef Michael.] Ingredients: 1 jar Michael Flores Tomatillo Salsa (regular or […]

Mexitarianism in Action: ‘Cheese’ Enchiladas

October 27, 2010

Perhaps you recall my post about being a Mexitarian — that is that I refrain from meat except when guilted into it by my relatives — well, there’s another dimension […]