Recipe features cactus paddles, tomatoes, cilantro, jalapeno peppers, onions and shrimp.
This has to be one of the oldest dishes in Mexican homes. Almost everyone had a little garden in their backyard and squash was one of the staples harvested. We had this dish frequently in the summer growing up.
A simple version of this Mexican street vendor favorite made with fresh corn kernels, epazote and jalapeno chiles.
Chayote Salad recipe is made with diced fresh chayote, then combined with green onions, tomatoes, red bell peppers and basil. You can dress the salad with a simple vinaigrette or even mayonnaise. Chayote can be found in some well-stocked grocery stores or most Mexican markets.
Recipe from the Grillin' And Chillin' Show. Poblano chiles have just a mild amount of heat with a fresh clean flavor. These fresh chiles are commonly charred and peeled before use. Charring brings out the flavor.