Vegan Capirotada

* Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. Which means I will receive a comission if you purchase through those links. This dessert screams it’s Friday in lent. I realize it’s

Cauliflower Tortitas

Every time lent and Easter comes around I get very homesick. Holy Week and Easter are a big deal in Mexico and our family has a set of traditions we

Watercress and Radish Salsa

I am in love with this watercress and radish salsa. I guess it’s more of a salad with the addition of the radish and watercress, but it pairs so perfectly

Chile Morita Salsa

Last week the hubby worked mornings and my schedule was thrown way off. Hence my posting until now. Baby Karina is refusing to nap for more than 20 min. at

Pico de Gallo

Salsa month continues here at Dora’s Table. This is pico de gallo, a raw salsa that consists of jalapeño, tomato, onion, cilantro, and lime juice. That’s it! This is one

Roasted Tomatillo Salsa

I hereby declare February national salsa month! Wait, I just googled it and national salsa month is a real thing, and it’s in May. Oh well, here at Dora’s Table

Veggie Chilaquiles

” Mom, why can’t we just have the regular meatballs? I just want the regular ones ok,” said 5 yr. old Dylan as he suffered through another attempt at mom’s

Potato Gorditas

* Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. Which means I will receive a comission if you purchase through those links.  I have a confession to make. This is kind of

Nominated for a Sheenazing Award – Vote Now!

You guys I’ve been nominated for a Catholic bloggers award! Can you believe it? The awards are hosted by Bonnie from a Knotted Life.   “The Sheenazing Blogger Awards get

Taste Test: Mexican Hot Chocolate

It’s the irresistible aroma of chocolate and cinnamon that I first think of when I’m offered hot chocolate. Mexican hot chocolate is not your ordinary cacao powder and milk, oh