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Mexican Atole

Reviewed: Sep. 6, 2010
I'm Mexican and this is almost like the ones you find in Mexico, avery body has their own changes, at home and in many places is common to addjust tiny amount of Mexican chocolate at the end, like a tbsp. Or as you said some pured fruit. Excellent!
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Mexican Coffee

Reviewed: Sep. 6, 2010
I am mexican, this recipe is NOT!!!!
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Mexican Tinga

Reviewed: Sep. 6, 2010
I'm Mexican and I have cooked Mexican food since I was 12! I love cooking Mexicand and I hav also studied the evolution of Mexican food. This recipe does not need any cinnamon as another person wrote (are you kidding me?) The recipe is quite authentic. The chipotle part it has to be added little by little until you find what is suitable for your taste buds. When I make thi at home I only use one chipotle pepper and one teaspoon of the adobo sauce. Don't rush to use the whole chipotle can, it is easier to add more than to take out.
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Authentic Cochinita Pibil (Spicy Mexican Pulled Pork)

Reviewed: Sep. 6, 2010
I'm Mexican, and I love when people are relly trying to make original Mexican food and not the so popular tex-mex style. Just a couple of things: For the onions and pepers, you can use a mixture of orange and lime juice so it is not so sour. It is not necessary to cook the meat in oil, as a matter of fact you shouldn't as the original thing is not done like this. Originally it is marinated for a good couple of hours or overnight with the achiote sauce and then baked in a ground type of oven....modern homes just use the normal oven, slow cooker or pressure cooker (up to you). You can skip the use of guajillo, but is also nice with it, and yes it has liquid after you cooked it, that is NORMAL. The correct amount of salt is the key for all the ingredients to come together. This is not a spicy dish, the spice comes from the habaneros, but that should be added individually at the dinner table. Remember that Mexican food is very complex and what is prepared in the south is completely different form the northern part of the country. This is a southern dish. Hope you enjoy it!
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Caramel Apple Jam

Reviewed: Sep. 6, 2010
So easy to make and it tastes delicious! I made some extra to give as christmas presents. Everybody loved it. Thanks for sharing!
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