This recipe is a variation of a key lime pie flavored with tequila. Use a good quality tequila for best results. Just like when you cook with wine you never want to cook with a quality wine or tequila that you would not want to drink
This recipe combines two of my favorite ingredients; chocolate and chiles. The recipe is the creation of the Union Square Grill.
The author explains that the 'mousse' was not introduced to Mexico until the 19th century. The classic dish was brought to Mexico by nineteen century French immigrants. This dish is like a "fluffy" margarita. Bueno!
One of Reed Hearon's creation from La Parilla uses Mexican special chocolate, prepared cajeta (caramel sauce) topped with cajeta cream.
From Dulce: Desserts In The Latin-American Tradition by Joseluis Flores this yummy dessert made with passion fruit puree, sweetened condensed milk, eggs and butter.