Aji picante is a popular sauce in Colombia, its fresh and slightly spicy flavour make it perfect as an accompaniment for a wide range of dishes.
Making ice cream at home is not an easy task, but the results are well worth it. This time we are using a classic Mexican sweet, “cajeta” which is a type of “dulce de leche” made with goat’s milk. We’ve heard a lot about dulce de leche, but not many people know what cajeta is, […]
Pork Pibil comes from southern Mexico. The tradition is to cook it in a pit which is where the name comes from, Pib, in mayan, means buried. The vibrant colour the meat has comes from the achiote in the marinade. Even though there are not many pits in London, this dish has become very popular. So don’t […]
Here in London, ‘Latin’ food finally seems to be having its 15 minutes of fame. However, despite the city finally acknowledging that Doritos are not tortilla chips, and brie doesn’t belong in a burrito, street food is still the common thread when it comes to Central and South American offerings in the UK’s capital.