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Mexican Ingredients

Five Essential Mexican Ingredients

  • January 16, 2018

To help you prepare your own Mexican food at home, we’ve put together a shortlist of Five Essential Mexican Ingredients to keep on hand in your garden, pantry and fridge. Being an Australian – Mexican family, we grow, cook and…

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Ceviche with Totopos

  • March 26, 2016

Fish is a common dish for Mexicans at Easter time, with lent meaning that a lot of people fast from red meat. This is the Juarez family take on the classic ceviche, a few extra vegetables to make sure your…

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Tomato Salsa

  • October 23, 2015

The number of different salsa’s in Mexico is mind blowing, it’s not uncommon to have 4 different types of fresh chili based salsas on the table, each one with a unique flavour. The idea is to build your own level…

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Blue Corn Tortilla - Have You Ever Tasted One? | Doña Cholita

Have you ever tasted a Blue Corn tortilla?

  • July 13, 2015

  Doña Cholita now bakes blue corn tortilla! That's right blue corn is actually a thing! In fact there are over 100 varieties of corn, a rainbow of colours. But blue corn is one of the special one's, as with all…

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Recipe: Chiles Rellenos | Doña Cholita, Australia

Chiles Rellenos

  • May 18, 2015

  This is one of our all time favourites, and for some reason it always tastes better in Mexico. I don’t know if it’s the cheese, or the poblanos or the tomatoes, but something changes. None the less it’s still…

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Mexican Eggs Recipe (Get Forked And Fly Style)

Recipe: Mexican Eggs (Get Forked and Fly style)

  • May 1, 2015

This version of Mexican eggs, with chorizo and lots of tasty local produce sounds delightful! The slouched sombrero made me giggle. Not to mention a great article about us! We keep being found and interviewed, it's so encouraging that people…

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Olé! Tasty tortillas

  • April 22, 2015

The Tweed Daily News found us and did a little write up. Check it out. Mexican food fans, rejoice! via Olé! Tasty tortillas.

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