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!
A nice alternative to pumpkin pie for your fall holidays. This recipe serves four, it can be doubled but you'll need 2 pans.
Recipe by Jane Milton from her book Mexican: Healthy Ways With a Favorite Cuisine. This is another example of a Mexican recipe influenced by the French immigrants. Traditionally this single layer, frostless cake is served with cajeta (caramel sauce) but it works equally as well with creme fraiche.
One of Reed Hearon's creation from La Parilla uses Mexican special chocolate, prepared cajeta (caramel sauce) topped with cajeta cream.
Recipe from those whacky Two Hot Tamales from their cookbook Cooking With Two Hot Tamales.Horchata is a traditional Mexican drink made rice.