Breakfast Burritos are a perfect accompaniment to a day of outdoor activity. Potatoes, eggs and chorizo make the perfect combination for a hearty meal!
The word “caldito” is actually in its literal New Mexican translation, a word for flattery. Yet, many New Mexicans often refer to “caldito” (the diminutive form of caldo) to mean “caldo” or broth. For our family however, a caldo or caldito, was much more than a broth. It was a comfort food. Time and again, entering the house on a cold, blustery, winter’s day or when we weren’t feeling all that well, our mother would prepare a simple soup of vegetables, a little meat, and spices, which melded together to create a savory broth that warmed us from the inside out. It also, had the power to comfort us and to make us feel safe. Even now, this “little broth” can take us back to those times. Try this version of “caldito” or “ little soup” for your family. It’s simple to make yet flavorful. If you find it a little too spicy for some members of the family, separate some for them before adding the chile.
This recipe uses our classic green chile: https://buenofoods.com/green-chile/
We use Kitchen Bouquet Browning & Seasoning Sauce. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kitchen_Bouquet
These New Mexico Caldillo Style Steaks are comfort food at its best. Sirloin steaks in a Hatch green chile gravy-like sauce are easy and delicious!
This recipe uses our best selling Hatch Green Chile Sauce in a convenient jar! https://buenofoods.com/salsa/
These flavorful Vegetarian Zucchini Burritos combine New Mexico green chile, zucchini, roasted corn and tomatoes. They are perfect for the vegetarian who is seeking a flavorful and hearty meal.
These Hatch Enchiladas Encantadas are a delicious combination of Hatch Green Chile, chicken and jack cheese. They are perfect for a quick weeknight dinner or a Friday potluck.
Mama’s Basic Red Chile Sauce is our mother’s basic recipe for a traditional New Mexican red chile sauce. She adds a pinch of sugar like her grandmother did.
This Stacked Enchilada Casserole has been a traditional Baca family favorite for decades. The best part is cold leftovers the next morning!
Torta de Huevo (Egg Fritters) in Red Chile Sauce is a traditional Lenten dish in New Mexico. Omit the shrimp and it becomes a perfect meal for vegetarians!
Blue Corn Red Chile Cheese Enchiladas are a traditional New Mexican favorite. They are the perfect comfort food for vegetarians and native New Mexicans! This recipe is from the Baca family archives and a favorite for special celebrations!
These enchiladas use our finest and most premium red chile puree: Special Reserve.
This simple Corn Quesadilla is perfect for a light lunch or an afternoon snack. Get the crisp crunch without the fat of a corn chip.
These Bean Burritos are simple and nutritious. Start with whole pinto beans, seasoned with onion and garlic and mash with cheese. Roll into a burrito.
Carne Adobada is a New Mexican favorite. Marinate pork strips in traditional red chile puree seasoned with garlic and oregano.
Fresh fish tacos with white fish, green cabbage, avocado and Mexican cheese will delight the taste buds on a spring day!
Fiesta Pasta is a simple pasta dish full of color and flavor that you can make on a weeknight when you’re running short of time.
These Fajitas In A Flash with beef or chicken and pepper and onions are perfect for a weekday supper when you are short on time.
The puffed pillow of fried bread called the sopaipilla was thought to be “invented” in Albuquerque over 200 years ago. A good thing made even better when stuffed with a wonderful bean and green chile sauce mixture.
There’s a controversy whether the best Spanish Rice is moist or dry. This version is a favorite from the Baca family, wonderfully moist and delicious. This was Joseph Baca’s (founder of Bueno Foods) favorite dish.
Burritos Buenos are everything good about a burrito! Chock full of beans, beef, chile and cheese, they are highly nutritious and tasty!
These simple Green Chile Chicken Enchiladas are sure to be a new family favorite. They are perfect for a weeknight dinner or an office potluck!
Slow-cooked, marinated chicken fill these Chicken Adobada Burritos. Flavorful, easy and healthy, they are comfort food at its best! Remove the lid of the Crockpot for the final 30 minutes and the potatoes will be a bit crispy. Mmm!