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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Authentic Mexican Cooking Review


Everyone enjoys the flavorful and piquant foods and refreshing drinks of Mexico and Authentic Mexican Cooking shows you that these tasty traditional dishes from south of the border are very easy to make.

With beautiful photographs and fun, colorful illustrations, this extensive cookbook shows you how to make all of the popular Mexican meals as well as some you might not have tried before. From vinaigrettes, soups, salads, and appetizers, to meat and seafood fare, sweet desserts, and fun cocktails, you’ll be having a fiesta in the kitchen while making these. Along with valuable tips about typical ingredients, you’ll find great recipes for:

Vegetarian frijoles
Tortilla soup
Chocolate-chili sauce
Pork medallions with salsa
Mushroom-filled burritos
Quail in rose petal sauce
Halibut ceviche with olives
Shrimp in tequila sauce
Mint, watermelon, and hibiscus cocktails
And much more!

With Authentic Mexican Cooking you’ll be enjoying the sun and the fiery spirit of the country of the chili peppers, tequilas, and rich chocolate, until you are ready for your siesta.


Review

We love this cookbook. My husband grew up with these kinds of recipes being served in his aunts house and has a great appreciation of Mexican food and culture. This recipe book has beautiful full color pictures and every recipe is laid out in easy to understand step by step detail. Even the most novice cook can get amazing results with these recipes. There are recipes for dinner, drinks, desserts and appetizers in this cookbook. There are a lot of interesting and helpful tips about the different kinds of food used interspersed in the recipes also. We love trying new foods and recipes so we will be having fun with this cookbook for a long time.

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