Entries in Salsas & Sauces (13)
Cooking with wine is a great way to concentrate intricate flavors and tenderize meat without adding extra fat. Depending on how you prepare your food, some or all of the alcohol in the wine will evaporate, leaving behind a sophisticated blend of flavors.
Bring on the heat and make your dishes go from mild to wild by adding fire and flavor to your food with chile peppers. While bell peppers are sweet and mild, Habanero, the hottest, can be fiery. The heat or fire is caused by the natural chemical in peppers called capsaicin, which stimulates nerve endings in the skin.
Fresh herbs are an easy, aromatic way to add flavor to your meals without adding fat and calories. The amount of chopping required depends on the dish you are cooking. Some dishes require flavor without diminishing the overall appearance of the dish, such as when cooking fish, chicken or meat, so finely chopped herbs work best.
When I was a kid, my entire family gathered at my grandparents’ house every year for the holidays. They came from far and wide and close… they came to celebrate our pride as Americans as well as our heritage as Latinos. So today I’m going to share with you a very Latin Cranberry Mango Salsa.
Cilantro (Sih-LAHN-troh), also known as coriander, Mexican Parsley or Chinese parsley, is a wonderful, delicate year-round herb, thought to be an aphrodisiac and have healing properties, and adds great flavor to a variety of foods.
Ingredientes: 1 paquete de fetuccini cocido al dente; 1 vaso de crema ácida baja en grasas; 3 cucharadas de margarina; 2 dientes de ajo; Sal y pimienta blanca; Queso parmesano recién rallado
Ingredients: 1 cup fresh sweet cherries, halved and pitted; ¼ cup minced red onion; 1 medium jalapeño pepper, cored, seeded and minced; 1 tablespoon lime juice