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Traditional New Mexico Red Chile Posole Recipe – I am New Mexico
If you’re from New Mexico, then you’ve got a family member that makes the best red chile posole. In my family, my grandmother always made the food at the family gatherings. Although this seems like a very simple recipe, you have to make it your own. This recipe is very basic but very authentic.
Classic New Mexico Recipes – I am New Mexico
Even though chile season is over, many New Mexicans thought ahead and filled their freezers to the brim. If you're like most New Mexicans, you'll need to know these 10 traditional New Mexico recipes. Slideshow . Sopapillas Yield: 4 dozen medium sopapillas Temperature: Med
New Mexico Piñon Coffee
Christmas In New Mexico Cook Book- The events leading up to Christmas in New Mexico are indeed rare, wondrous, and truly enchanted. Explore the beautiful and fascinating Christmas traditions and foods of New Mexico. These time-tested recipes will give your holiday season a New Mexico flavor. Recipes include: Chile Cheese Popcorn, Quesadillas, Piñata Salad, Pumpkin/Chile Soup, Baked Ham with Tequila, Christmas Tamales, Posole De Posada, Empanadas, Buñuelos, Hot New Mexican Cider, and many mor...
5. Carne Adovada – I am New Mexico
Carne Adovada Serves 4 to 6 2 tablespoons canola oil 5 tablespoons all-purpose flour, divided 4 tablespoons + 2 teaspoons New Mexico red chile powder, divided [see Kitchen Notes] 2-1/2 cups warm water 3 cloves garlic, peeled and minced 2-1/2 teaspoons dried oregano, divided 2 teaspoons ground cumin 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon cayenne pepper [see
Authentic New Mexico Green Chile Stew Recipe - Food.com
i first had this when i went to albuquerque to visit family 15 years ago...wow is this good!! after several attempts to recreate And falling short ive finally perfected it...at least in my mind but i havent had the real stuff in over 8 years :( this recipe is so tasty and worth the time it takes to put together...try it out!
Biscochitos – New Mexico’s official state cookie! They are warm and toasty, melt in your mouth deliciousness coated in cinnamon and sugar for extra perfection. These cookies remind us of the holidays but are good any time of year. This a freezer friendly recipe so you can make ahead for holiday cookie swaps!