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Chili-garlic “macha” & pesto pasta
To boiled pasta:
- Add a spoon full of your favorite pesto (or without)
- Finally add one spoon full of Chili-garlic “macha“ salsa from Doña Kalaka
- Mix well, add cheese (optional)
- Leave me a review
Poor man’s chilaquiles
- Dispose on a plate a bed of corn nachos
- Warm up Sweet Chipotle from Doña Kalaka sauce and cover the corn nachos
- Top with any protein you want or without, they are fantastic! Add a spoon full of vegetable or dairy cream, freshly chopped onions, coriander, and cheese (optional)
- Enjoy and leave me a review
- Chop vegetables of your choice and stir fry
- We recommend adding ginger, onion and garlic to the stir (chili is optional)
- Add a couple of spoons of Tamarind Swirl from Doña Kalaka mix well until flavors blend
- Add soy sauce to taste
- Soak noodles in hot water till soft and incorporate to the mix until well blended
- Top with freshly chopped spring onions, coriander, and/or Thai Basil.
- Enjoy and let me know what you think
- Images coming up!
Enjoy Tamarind Swirl with sushi! I promise… it is good.
Butternut Squash soup
- Roast a medium size butter squash in the oven at 150 C until soft. Some people peel it, but if you rinse it properly you get more nutrients if you include the skin. Of course, make sure it is organic.
- With the squash also roast an onion, a clove of garlic, and 3-4 potatoes (depending on the size).
- If you have any veggies going old that you might want to include in the soup like cauliflower or bell peppers, you can roast them at the same time.
- When done, transfer all to a pot and add some hot water
- With a bar mixer blend until you get the texture you are after. Some people like it chunky others like it smooth.
- You can add some spice and herbs at this point, like thyme, or turmeric.
- Add salt and pepper to taste and some coconut milk if you want it creamier.
- Top it off with coriander and a teaspoon of Chili-Garlic #macha# salsa.
- Enjoy & let me know what you think!
This is not a ceremony drink recipe. However, it will make you feel better after drinking it.
- Warm up some water or vegetable milk.
- Add a spoonful of Doña Kalaka Xoco and stir until it dissolves.
- Add some spice! Cinnamon, clove, anis… what else can you think about?
- Some people have it with a bit of tahini, which makes it so rich and creamy.
- Make one for you and one for someone you appreciate.
- Enjoy with the best company or with your lovely self & let me know what you think!