Guatemalan food and drink is characterized by having diverse flavors, whose origin is a mix between Mayan (indiginious) and Spanish cuisines. Families prepare each of the traditional meals with a special flavor and aroma, which together form the delicious Guatemalan cuisine.
Receta de Mixtas de Guatemala - Just for Mami
Receta de Mixtas de Guatemala: Inicia echando aproximádamente 1/2 cucharadita de mayonesa y 1/2 de mostaza sobre la tortilla.
What in the World are Pupusas?
A Pupusa (from Pipil Pupusawa) is a traditional Salvadorean dish made of thick, hand-made corn tortilla. Pupusas, also known as Pupisio, were first created centuries ago by the Pipil tribes which d…
Guatemalan Chicken in Coconut Milk
Pollo en Leche de Coco Take a trip to Guatemala – in your kitchen! This tasty recipe for chicken in coconut milk is a specialty in many Guatemalan homes. Chicken pieces are simmered in leche de coco (coconut milk) enhanced with the flavor of sweet onion, bell pepper, and Latin seasonings. With just the right blend of sweet and savory we’re sure you’ll find it utterly irresistible. Serve with rice and warm tortillas, and enjoy the trip!
Guatemalan Hot Cocoa
When I don’t have time for a bubble bath, I like to slip my dreams into a steaming hot cup of cocoa. Imagine my surprise (and joy) when I found out Guatemalans don’t make their hot cocoa quite like we do here, in the USA. Like their neighbors throughout Central America, Guatemalans make hot cocoa out of bars of pressed cocoa (called "table chocolate." Dry and crumbly, these hot cocoa bars are nothing like the creamy bars of chocolate we snack on. The good news? You can find them in your…
Whole Foods Market Recipes
Inspired by the traditional Guatemalan dish pepián, this flavorful stew combines pumpkin seeds, corn tortillas, chile peppers and tomatillos to make a rich sauce for chicken, but it could also be made with pork or beef. Inspired by Whole Planet Foundation® microcredit client recipes.