You can buy this in stores or on Amazon, but handmade is SO much better!
Wikipedia says that achiote paste is strongly associated with Mexican and Belizean cuisines, especially of Yucatán and Oaxaca. The paste is dissolved in either lemon juice, water, oil, or vinegar, used as a marinade or rub for meat, then grilled, baked, barbecued, or … Read more
My sweetie and I like to make low-carb stews, pot roasts, braises, chili, curries, soups—and desserts—especially since cool weather in the Pacific Northwest favors those kinds of foods for most of the year.
So to simplify our lives, we just bought a six-quart Instant Pot. After breakfast, we’ll prep a pot full of something tasty, set the pressure, and
This isn’t a traditional Middle Eastern Chicken Shawarma, but the flavor profiles are very similar, so that’s what I decided to go with, title-wise. This dish features the rich, dark, strong flavors of cooked spices, which a cooling yoghurt sauce helps balance.