Kosher salt

French Toast - Pain Perdu
BreakfastNew Orleans

Pain Perdu [New Orleans French Toast]

 Pain Perdu A crusty, quickly hardening French baguette is the only bread that's just right for a proper Pain Perdu. You've had French Toast before where the bread has literally turned to pudding, yes? That's actually not supposed to happen. Our Pain Perdu honors the classic French recipe resulting in
pineapple mango salsa
BajaCondiments

Pineapple Mango Salsa [10 Minutes]

 Pineapple Mango Salsa A sure-fire way to make any meal or condiment taste good is to blend any combination of the five tastes. For our Pineapple Mango Salsa, I'm combining the sweetness of the pineapple with the saltiness of a bit of kosher salt. Serrano chile, red onions, scallions, and
Three Mexican Steak Tacos
BajaDinnerLunch

Mexican Steak Tacos

Mexican Steak Tacos I hear the question in your mind all the way from here (in Atlanta). "Aren't all tacos Mexican, so why call this recipe Mexican Steak Tacos, instead of just Steak Tacos?" Well, that's because we Americans have made tacos our own in a variety of over-stuffed ways.
easy corn salsa
BajaCondiments

Easy Sweet Corn Salsa [10 Minutes]

 Corn Salsa Mexican dishes, for the most part, are pretty rustic, but some require a lot of work to prepare. It's not just about throwing all the ingredients in a pot and walking away. There are peppers to roast and grind, sauces to nurse and bring to life, tortillas to
Baja Fish Tacos with cumin lime dressing and radishes
BajaLunchMexico

Baja Fish Tacos with Cumin Lime Vinaigrette

Baja Fish Tacos Have you ever had fried fish that looks crispy, but the second you take a bite, you realize you've gotten a bit of a soggy mess on your hands. Too much oil, not crispy enough, undercooked or overcooked fish can make what is a straightforward dish go
avocado crema, mexican dipping sauce
BajaCondimentsMexico

Avocado Crema with Serrano and Lime

Avocado Crema What makes so many Mexican dishes unique is not only the combination of fresh vegetables, piquant spices, and well-seasoned proteins but the sauces and toppings. Everything from salsas to dipping sauces finish Mexican recipes beautifully. When I make either fish or carne asada tacos, I stick with one of my
black bean and corn salad
AppetizerMexicoSaladsSide Dishes

Black Bean and Corn Salad [with Avocado]

Black Bean and Corn Salad If there ever was a salad that captures the essence of Mexican cuisine and culture, it's a Black Bean and Corn Salad. The light sweet corn, paired with seasoned beans and just-right avocado, blend beautifully. This version calls for diced mangoes for added and unexpected pop of
mexican fruit salad of watermelons, cucumbers, jicama and more with lime chili dressing
BajaSalads

Mexican Fruit Salad [with Lime Chili Dressing]

 Mexican Fruit Salad In most parts of Mexico and certainly in Baja, you'll find these fruit stands exploding with all sorts of fruits that are either served skewered or cubed. Our Mexican Fruit Salad takes some of the more popular fruits and tops them with my tangy and spicy lime
shrimp tacos with lime
AppetizerBajaMexico

Baja Shrimp Tacos with Sweet Corn Salsa

Shrimp Tacos The first shrimp tacos Katherine and I ate after we landed in La Paz, Baja Mexico were out of this small, outdoor restaurant across the street from the Sea of Cortez. The sun was minutes from setting, and the street was coming alive with vendors and families and
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