Red Chile Mezcal BBQ Pulled Pork
This bbq pulled pork turns your classic american backyard barbecue into a Southwest-themed party by kicking up the flavors with red chile and mezcal. This slow-cooked meat is perfect on toasted buns, tortillas, crispy taco shells, or on your favorite southwest salad.
Pistachio Panna Cotta
Panna Cotta, a popular Italian dessert with origins from the Piedmont region, literally translates to “cooked cream”. But being that New Mexico is one of the three states that grow pistachios in the country, I thought it would be fun to combine my love of both in this pistachio panna cotta.
Citrus Salad with Crispy Prosciutto
This citrus salad is easy to make but doesn’t taste like it. The romaine is clean and crunchy, arugula adds a hint of pepper, the sharp bite of radicchio plays against the bright acidity of the orange and grapefruit, crispy prosciutto adds texture and a perfect hit of salt, while the parmesan and shallot act as very good friends, keeping the salad grounded and sensible.
Hatch Green Chile Picnic Chicken Salad
This Picnic Chicken Salad is made for warm-weather picnics or backyard barbeques. It’s easy to make ahead, easy to make into sandwiches, and versatile enough to bring along on a hike or stash in your picnic basket for tailgating.
Calabacitas is wonderful in a bowl on its own, but it also happens to make my favorite southwestern style benedict of all time. This is a vegetarian recipe, but you could always add a slice of ham or bacon on top of the bread if you wish.
New Mexican Sipping Chocolate
Indulge in a cup of our Southwestern Sipping Hot Chocolate, inspired by the rich history of this ancient beverage. Chocolate, derived from the cacao bean, holds a storied past, cherished by ancient civilizations like the Mayans and Aztecs who believed it possessed mystical and energizing properties. We pay homage to this tradition by infusing our hot chocolate with a simple combination of chiles and cinnamon with a touch of southwestern flavors.
High Desert Green Chile Cheeseburger
This New Mexico-inspired green chile cheeseburger combines the heat of green or poblano chiles with the creamy richness of your favorite cheese, creating a mouthwatering fusion that will leave your taste buds craving more.
Spring Chicken Posole Verde
When I spooned up a bowl of this Spring Posole for my husband last week, the first thing he said was “this tastes like New Mexico”. I cannot think of a better compliment than this.
Red Chile & Caramelized Onion Dip
This creamy, red-chile caramelized onion dip is perfect for crackers, sandwiches, crusty bread, charcuterie, and all the vegetables you can think of. Made with New Mexico Red Chiles, this appetizer is perfect for any party, picnic, or southwest gathering.