Have you ever tried chiles
To make them you just have to fry some onion on a little bit of oil, then you add the chiles until blistered and finish this magical mix of ingredients with lime juice, a pinch of salt and soy sauce. But talking about magical things I have to tell you about my weekend in Denver.
My friend Kelly, from Nosh&Nourish, organized a retreat in Denver. She has a team of contributors creating content for her site. I am part of that team, #TeamNosh (here are some recipes I’ve created for her: lentil tacos, roasted carrots).
So we all flew to Denver and stayed at a beautiful Airbnb. She did a great job hosting… she filled the house with flowers, had tons of food and wine. It was the perfect weekend with friends, talking, sharing things we know, eating and drinking some wine.
We also worked a bit and each of us shared something that we are good at. Each one of these girls are super talented, generous, amazing, sweet and super fun to be around. I’m so grateful to have each one of them in my life!!! So here is #TeamNosh and I can’t wait for you to meet them:
Kelly, she has a blog of healthy and colorful food. She is a rockstar with kids lunches and you’ll be inspired right away by her pictures to “eat the rainbow”. She is also a cookbook author of TWO cookbooks and makes incredible stop motions.
Leigh Ann,is our next Rachel Ray. She is so good infant of the camera and cooking in front of everybody. You have to catch her Instagram lives where she cooks healthy and super creative meals with her beautiful boy Parks. She also is a cookbook author!!
Lexi+Beth, omg! What a talented team of mom and daughter. For starters their relationship is so inspiring and
I know, I told you… MY FRIENDS ARE ROCKSTARS! ?
Ok, now that know my friends let me give you some ideas on what you can eat
Tips on how to eat chiles toreados:
- Hummus, like the picture on the bottom. Spread some hummus to a piece of toast and then add a spoonful of chiles.
- Eat them over white or brown rice, or any grain that needs a boost of flavor.
- They also taste amazing over fried rice or sushi or noodles.
So if you prepare these
- 1 tablespoon vegetable oil I use avocado oil
- ½ about 1 cup red onion thinly sliced
- 1 jalapeno pepper or two serrano peppers sliced into large pieces
- 1 tablespoon lime juice
- 1 ½ tablespoon soy sauce
- Pinch of salt
- In a pan put the oil and onion, when the onion begins to brown, add the sliced peppers. Leave until golden, about 5 minutes.
- When they are ready, put them in a jar, add the tablespoon of lime juice, a pinch of salt and the soy sauce.
- Test for seasoning and adjust if necessary.