A Mexican brunch is the perfect way to ease into the weekend. What kinds of recipes are truly Mexican but truly inspired, too? This episode will look at what a late breakfast/early lunch in Mexico might look like, and what recipes you can prepare in your own home.
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Great idea! You bring Mexico to a plate for all of us to enjoy and appreciate. Thank you for your show and phenomenal recipes!
Thanks to you guys for following, so glad you found me!
Hi Pati. My wife and I watched your show this morning, Oct. 20, 2018, You made your Mexican Brunch. We looked for the recipe in your cook books and can not find that recipe. What is the recipe located? We really enjoy your cooking.
Oh here they are, Stanley: https://patijinich.com/pati_2020/recipe/garibaldis-pound-cakes-with-lime-apricot-glaze-and-sprinkles/ https://patijinich.com/pati_2020/recipe/rabo-de-mestiza-poached-eggs-in-a-tomato-and-poblano-rajas-sauce/ https://patijinich.com/pati_2020/recipe/refried-bean-and-cheese-chimichangas/ Enjoy!
I just made the poached eggs in the tomato poblano rajas sauce. My family loved it, absolutely delicious. My daughter and I watch your show together we have learned so much. Thank you.
It’s my pleasure Patty!
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I just found your show today and truly enjoyed it. I’m always looking for lazy Sunday meal ideas. I look forward to watching more of your episodes as I love rustic Mexican recipes. In poking around your website I also appreciate that you actually answer viewers questions. That shows your passion for wanting people to really enjoy and understand the food/techniques. Thanks.
Hi Sarita, I’m so happy you enjoyed the show! I promise there are more great things to come! I also love connecting with people who share my same passion for food! It is a pleasure to answer questions or respond to comments. Thank you for your support!
First time i watch the show. I will make the Garibaldis!!! Is this an Italian,or just named after an Italian??? They look delicious!
Hi Maria, Giuseppe Garibaldi was an Italian man who encouraged many in Latin America to become independent in the 1800s. You can find more information about him here http://bit.ly/oUTTdQ .
What a beautiful show!! Tickling the senses in every way – sight and taste buds at once. Can be very healthy and nutritious too.
So well produced….Keep up the good work!!
I just finish watching this episode about the chimis there are so delicious I have never tried to make them, but in this episode I had seen how simple there are to make, I can wait to make them.