Category: Quick History & Recipe

Jamoncillo

Please follow & like us 🙂 Follow Mexican Candy: Jamoncillos If you want to enjoy the best mexican candies, you can not miss eating a jamoncillo. Jamoncillos are a confectioner treat made from milk, sugar and nuts. It is very popular in the states of Nuevo Leon, Veracruz, Puebla, Coahuila, Durango, Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Sonora, Jalisco Read More …

History & Recipe: Chile en Nogada

Please follow & like us 🙂 Follow History & Recipe: Chile en Nogada   Without a doubt chile en nogada is the best representation, the most beautiful and delicious dish in the mexican culinary tradition.   History In late August of 1821 Agustin de Iturbide visited Puebla to sign the Declaration of Independence and the Read More …

Quick History & Recipe: Jericalla

Quick History & Recipe: Jericalla   Today’s Quick History & Recipe Dish is a take on the french crème brûlée.   The name comes from the Jérica region, southeast region of Spain, were most of the nuns (who made this dish) came from.     In Guadalajara, there are two local stories which involves nuns Read More …