In celebration of El Día de los Muertos (The Day of the Dead) happening on Friday, Nov. 2, a group of friends got together for a potluck brunch in East Los Angeles, Ca. Thank you to our dear friend Nicole Presley, who opened up her home to us crazy bloggers for a fun time. We shared laughs, stories and some of our favorite recipes using Mazola Corn Oil.
Take a look at what some of our favorite local bloggers prepared for the brunch:
Chicken and Apple Empanadas by LatinoFoodie.
Mexican hot chocolate and pan dulce by Presley’s Pantry
Ají de Gallina by Notas de Mama
Tinga de Pollo by Mamas Noticias
Buñuelos by Living Mi Vida Loca
Carne con Papas (Mexican Style) by Papi Blogger
Almond Orange Cookies by Comiendo en LA
Pumpkin Fritters by Sassy Mama in LA
Pumpkin Chocolate Bread by Rockin Mama
Don’t forget to check out our recipe for Spicy Chicken and Apple Empanadas.
Mazola® invites you to experience the delicious authentic taste of Mazola® Corn Oil when preparing your favorite family recipe for friends, or feel free to cook one of the many delicious recipes found online at the new Spanish-language Facebook page from Mazola®: www.facebook.com/MazolaEspanol.
Here’s a link to the brand’s website: http://www.mazola.com/spanish/inicio.aspx
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