My name is Ana M Regalado and I am a proud mother of seven and Nana to five amazing grandkids. My passion for food led me to start blogging my recipes during the lockdown in 2020, not only to share with my family, but also with all of you.
I always believed that cooking is not just about feeding yourself or your family, but it's a way to express your creativity and show your love for others. That's why we strive to make cooking fun, easy, and accessible to everyone. Food brings people together to make memories for years to come.
I love to inspire people to prepare delicious meals at home. We believe that cooking should be fun and accessible to everyone, regardless of their skill level or budget.
By preparing birria in the instant pot you can enjoy your birria in as little as two hours compared to the 3-4 hours it usually takes making when making it the traditional way.
Yes, you read the title correctly! These simple but tasty tacos originated back in the early 1950s. Don Lauro from Zacatecas, Mexico (where I was born), first began selling his tacos in the streets of Zacatecas. Each time he was asked what was in the tacos, he would simply reply, Veneno, which translates to poison. My mom made these for us, but her recipe was a little different. Let me know what you think if you decide to make them.
Discada is a plate typically made on a large, concave metal disc called a disco. It's a very versatile dish prepared with different cuts of meat which usually consists of chicken, beef, pork, chorizo, ham, hot dogs, and veggies. The perfect dish to prepare for tailgating, birthdays, or any other occasion when you have a large crowd to feed. I especially enjoy this dish because the ingredients are never the same, and it can be prepared with ingredients you already have on hand. Add or take away ingredients to make it as unique to your taste and needs.
Tortillas de Harina