Browsing All posts tagged under »poblano«

Queso Fundido con Rajas y Chorizo

February 25, 2011


After a brief hiatus, I’m back.  Sometimes its hard to find inspiration, even when you’re doing something you love… Queso fundido literally translates to melted cheese.  I made this version with queso oaxaca, studded with bits of my homemade chorizo toluqueño and rajas of fire roasted chile poblano & onion.  The mixture is scooped into warm tortillas and eaten […]

Huevos con Chorizo y Rajas

January 29, 2011


Sometimes 2 things just work together perfectly: gin & tonic, macaroni & cheese, chorizo & eggs.  Huevos con Chorizo is a meal I’ve made many times before; this time I made them into tacos, dressed up with some roasted poblano rajas, and a crumble of queso cotija on top.  Muy rico. P.S.  this entry is […]

Hommage to the Sonoran Hot Dog

January 24, 2011


The Sonoran Hot Dog is not found in Rick Bayless’ Authentic Mexican but its something I found too interesting to ignore.  As a displaced Chicagoan I feel like I know a thing or two about hot dogs and the Sonoran is definitely not the Chicago style dog I grew up with.  Exotic and beautiful, she is a […]