It’s no secret that I am fairly pathetic in the kitchen. I once ran a series on dinner recipes that required only four ingredients, and it was only last year that I baked muffins for the first time. So when Kerrie from Family Food and Travel offered to share a recipe for all of you, I was very excited. But I was even more excited to read the recipe and realize that it is a Mexican favourite from her husband! (Oh, how I love Mexican food!)
EASY CHILAQUILES (by guest poster: Kerrie @ Family Food and Travel)
This recipe is a favorite of my husband’s and reminds him of comfort food back in Mexico. As a Chef specializing in Mexican food, he’s created an easy recipe that is sure to be a family favorite. Also great made in large portions for a buffet or party.
1 seeded Jalapeno
1 small onion
1 garlic clove
1 cup grated cheese
2 tbsp sour cream
Place tomatillos, half of onion, jalapeno, garlic clove, salt and pepper in a food processor or blender (we used our Breville All-in-One) until smooth. Put mixture in a pot on medium head till boiling, remove from heat.
Meanwhile, on a plate place tortilla chips. Pour boiling salsa over the top then sprinkle with cheese. Broil for 2-3 minutes. Top with sour cream, diced onion and sliced jalapeno.
Kerrie blogs at Family Food and Travel about the things she loves most in this world – her twin boys, fresh food, and travels near and far. (Thanks so much Kerrie for sharing a special recipe from your family’s cupboard! I already love all of your travel tips … now I might just need to check out some more cooking tips too!)