Articles Tagged salsa verde


Huevos rancheros breakfast cups with salsa verde is a modern twist on the traditional Mexican dish of fried eggs on corn tortillas with refried beans and a light tomato-chili sauce. It’s The Husbands favorite Sunday brunch meal and in Texas you can find it at almost every restaurant except here the common tex-mex version is served with red enchilada sauce. This version is a simple and fun take on this delicious dish that would be fast and perfect for any brunch party or just to pump up your typical breakfast. Ok…enough talk I’m getting hungry. Huevos Rancheros Breakfast Cup with


I love enchiladas! As a Texan and don’t see how you couldn’t. When my father-in-law asked recently if we could get something together for my mother-in-law’s birthday I thought enchiladas were the perfect thing. And not just any enchiladas but chicken and spinach enchiladas. Besides the traditional corn tortilla, beef and red sauce enchiladas that The Husband makes, these are my favorite and perfect for a large get together. Be aware that this recipe makes 20 enchiladas and serves 8 to 10 people. Simply reduce the amount of ingredients by half to serve for 4 to 6 people. But I


For some reason I’ve been thinking about our time in Canada where we had the best fish and chips. But with marathon training in full swing traditional fish and chips is out of the question. So, tonight we are having baked panko crusted tilapia served with salsa verde. Why salsa verde? Basically because we live in Texas and we put salsa on everything. Of course, if your little ones don’t appreciate salsa as much as you may, simply serve theirs with a side of marinara. This is a quick, easy and healthy dinner that the whole family will enjoy. Serve