Cyber Monday 50% OFF SITE WIDE! Check it out now | Free Shipping + Financing Available!

WARM UP FOR NATIONAL SOUP MONTH WITH LATINOFOODIE’S TOP 3 RECIPES

by Latino Foodie January 14, 2015

WARM UP FOR NATIONAL SOUP MONTH WITH LATINOFOODIE’S TOP 3 RECIPES

It’s finally cold…ish in California, so we get a chance to enjoy hot, steaming bowls of soups. All kinds of soups! Thick soups, thin soups, chunky soups, soups with tripe, bone-in short ribs and even grilled cheese croutons. What more, January also is designated #NationalSoupMonth, and we have your soup playbook right here with our top 3 Mexican comfort soups: Sopa de Fideo, Menudo and Caldo de Res. So grab a bowl and don’t be afraid to grab a second helping of comfort.

Sopa de fideo is a really easy and quick noodle soup, and is eaten for lunch or dinner typically, often with warm corn tortillas. The noodle soup is also great with a grilled cheese sandwich.

 

A traditional Mexican dish, menudo is a spicy soup made with beef tripe. Making homemade menudo in my family typically signifies a major celebration, whether it be a wedding, baptism, or to ring in the New Year. Did I mention it is also good medicine for the crudo (hangover)?

IMG_7974

Caldo de res, or beef soup, is a hearty Mexican soup that is best eaten with lots of lime and warm rolled corn tortillas.

Caldo de Res

The post WARM UP FOR NATIONAL SOUP MONTH WITH LATINOFOODIE’S TOP 3 RECIPES appeared first on Latino Foodie.




Latino Foodie
Latino Foodie

Author


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in Culinary

Maple Cream Easter Eggs

by Femme Fraîche March 20, 2016

Maple Cream Easter EggsEvery year when I was a kid, I could count on two things in my Easter basket – marshmallow eggs and maple cream eggs. Each served different purposes. The maple cream Easter eggs were my favorites and what I squealed over even more than finding plastic hidden eggs that held a dollar bill or a tiny toy. The marshmallow eggs were nothing I ever fancied and always found their way into the freezer for...

Continue Reading →

Salsa Casera Recipe – Super Hot and Delicious

by Stephen Chavez March 12, 2016

Salsa Casera or House Salsa is one of the simplest and most flavorful salsas that brings a robust heat and a smokey flavor from the charred tomatoes and chile peppers. Beware! I like heat and so this recipe has one dried Scorpion pepper added to the mix. Scorpion peppers are one of the hottest chiles in the world, with a mean heat of more than 1.2 million Scoville heat units (SHUs).

Using a...

Continue Reading →

Mushroom and Kale Egg Bake

by Femme Fraîche March 06, 2016

Mushroom and Kale Egg BakeAdulting is hard stuff. Sure, there are the big things like taking care of kids or parents, unexpected car and home repairs, dealing with awful work situations, but sometimes the littlest things feel the most difficult. These days, one of my biggest dilemmas is finding what to feed myself in the mornings that is convenient, nourishing, and so tasty I’ll be psyched to eat it a few days a week. This...

Continue Reading →