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  • double_ds said: I have a few good tomatos ready and would like to make some salsa this weekend.  anyone have a good recipe for me to try? "Salsa Quemada" is very tasty and simple to make: Ingredients:  5 Tomatoes 1 big onion or two…
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  • The Molcajete is made of volcanic stone, so you can put it directly on fire to heat it up, and finish your dish. Normally, you cook everything as you normally do, and at the end put it inside the hot molcajete with tomatillo sauce (green tomato). …
  • I do wings at 350F, direct, not raised. Slightly crunchy, moist, and very quick.
  • FearlessTheEggNoob said: A friend of mine found some uncooked tortilla flats at the store the other day and we pan fried them. I must say that they were a good tasting bridge in the gap between store-bought and fresh-made for the culinary chall…
  • As every good thing in life, flour tortillas have an easy to make recipe. Ingredients are cheap and easy to get also. But the real secret comes with practice. Most of the best flour tortillas I've tried (and I've tried a lot since I'm mexican) are m…
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  • I normally use 1 Tablespoon of Kosher or sea salt per cup of water. Also add 1 Tablespoon of brown sugar per cup of water. Add any other spice that you want the meat to be impregnated with the flavor, but be careful with the herbs, as they tend to o…
  • There are a lot of DIY Sousvide options in the web, that you can do for less than $100. It all depends on how much time you want to spend, and how handy you are to safely wire an electric water heater and don't get yourself fried...
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  • I use a dry rub (powdered lemon, pepper, crushed chile, coarse salt) to the wings at room temperature. Put them direct @375 for 45 minutes, flipping them every now and then.
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  • Thanks to all for the suggestions... I'll try and follow the video, and let you know the results...
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