The Mexican Home Kitchen: Traditional Home-Style Recipes That Capture the Flavors and Memories of Mexico

The Mexican Home Kitchen: Traditional Home-Style Recipes That Capture the Flavors and Memories of Mexico

The Mexican Home Kitchen: Traditional Home-Style Recipes That Capture the Flavors and Memories of Mexico

The hotly anticipated, smash hit cookbook from Mely Martínez, The Mexican Home Kitchen aggregates the conventional home-style dishes delighted in consistently in Mexican families, with impacts from states like Tamaulipas, Nuevo León, Veracruz, Puebla, Estado de México, and Yucatán.

*As highlighted in The New York Times, New York Magazine, People Magazine, The Smithsonian Magazine, Eater, Epicurious, Chowhound, The Kitchn, Prevention, and Taste of Home*

Outlined with dazzling photography, this book incorporates plans for stews, soups, and side dishes, alongside celebrated dishes like mole, enchiladas, picadillo, and milanesa, and is balanced with tasty salsas, beverages, and sweets.

For Mely Martínez, Mexican cooking has consistently been about family, local area, and custom. Brought up in Tampico, Mely began helping in the kitchen at an exceptionally youthful age, since she was the most seasoned little girl of eight youngsters, and spent summers at her grandma's ranch in the province of Veracruz, where piece of the day by day exercises included aiding grind the corn to make masa.

Mely began her famous blog, Mexico in My Kitchen, to share the plans and recollections of her home so her child can sometime reproduce and impart these dishes to his own family. Meanwhile, it has gotten the go-to hotspot for those searching for bona fide home-style Mexican cooking.

Recreate these favorite comfort foods using inexpensive, easy-to-find ingredients:
  • Caldo de Pollo (Mexican chicken soup)
  • Tacos de Bistec (steak tacos)
  • Carnitas (tender, crispy pork)
  • Albondigas (Mexican meatballs)
  • Tamales (both savory and sweet)
  • Enchiladas (both red and green sauces)
  • Mole Poblano (one of the most classic and popular moles)
  • Nopales (recipes made with cactus paddles)
  • Empanadas (beef and cheese filled)
  • Chiles Rellenos (stuffed and fried poblano peppers)
  • Pozole (both red and green versions)
  • Camarones en Chipotle (deviled shrimp)
  • Salsa Taquera (salsa for tacos)
  • Pastel de Tres Leches (a luscious and moist cake that’s a Mexican favorite)
  • Buñuelos (crispy dough fritters coated in sugar)
  • Aguas Frescas (horchata, hibiscus, and tamarind flavors)
  • and much more!
Complete with simple to-adhere to guidelines, delightful pictures, and stories from Mexico, alongside plans for making corn and flour tortillas and tips for loading your storeroom, The Mexican Home Kitchen will make them appreciate this delectable cooking directly in your own home.

About the Author
Mely Martínez started her blog, Mexico in My Kitchen, in 2008 for her teenage son, hoping that someday he will use it to recreate the Mexican food his mom made for the family. Mely was born and raised in the city of Tampico, Tamaulipas, and started helping in the kitchen at a very young age, since she was the oldest daughter of eight children. She and her siblings spent summers at her grandmother’s farm in the state of Veracruz, where part of the daily activities included helping to grind corn for making masa and gathering firewood for the woodburning stove. At the age of twenty, Mely moved to southern Mexico, where she worked as a teacher. This job gave her the opportunity to travel to all the states in the Yucatán Peninsula, and enjoy their excellent and unique cuisine. Throughout the years, she lived in other states in Mexico, and has traveled to most of them. By now, she had moved more than twenty times! Mely enjoys cooking classic meals that are eaten every day in Mexico, and sharing them with her followers around the world. Her recipes are created from knowledge gained throughout her studies, travels, and life experiences. She lives in Dallas, Texas.
If you want to make a meal and taste like your mother and grandmother look no further. This book is the bomb. Not only does Mely achieves transporting you to your roots but she also does it with simple directions. I’m buying a copy of each of my children so they can have the taste of home after I’m gone. Great job 👏👏👏😊 --Margaret

Just received the book today and absolutely love it. Have been following the author for quite some time on her blog and love the fact that now I have all my favorite recipes at my disposal in this handy book. The pictures look amazing and the tips are highly appreciated. And best of all all the dishes can be done with easily accessible ingredients. Can't wait to try some this week. Hubby is already licking his lips since I have made some kf these dishes already previously by following Mely's blog. --Martina 

I am a long-time reader of Mely Martinez's blog and couldn't wait to purchase her cookbook the week it was released. It is all that I was hoping for and more, a true bible of authentic Mexican cooking. It has everything you need to master the classic home cooking of Mexico. My husband is from Mexico and says that this book has all of the recipes he remembers eating with his family, from childhood comfort-foods like entomatadas and sopa de fideo to celebratory dishes made when the whole family gathers, such as pozole, tamales, pastel de tres leches, and more. Almost every recipe is accompanied by a mouth-watering photo and the directions are explained very clearly, including substitutions if you cannot find certain ingredients. I have already bought two more copies to give as gifts to Mexican friends and family living in the U.S. and cannot wait to try every one of the recipes in this book! --JCM 

Download Cooking Ebook The Mexican Home Kitchen: Traditional Home-Style Recipes That Capture the Flavors and Memories of Mexico | 20 Mb | Pages 192 | EPUB | 2020

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