Beans are the perfect health food to start the New Year right. Serve as a hearty stew with chile sauce. Or, you may refry for a side dish, burritos or tostadas.
Red Chile Stew warms the heart and soul on a cold winter night. Serve alone as a hearty New Mexican meal or with a bowl of delicious pinto beans.
These Celebration Green Chile Cheese Enchiladas are a favorite for Sunday suppers. Add shredded chicken or turkey for a New Year’s Day tradition.
Mini Chile Rellenos, made from New Mexican chile, roast beef and holiday spices are the perfect New Mexican hors d’oeuvres to spice up holiday parties.
Red chile cheese enchiladas are a New Mexico staple. You can find enchiladas stuffed with chicken, crab meat or beef, but this is still our favorite!
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.
This perennial post-harvest favorite has been a staple in the diets of natives for hundreds, even thousands of years. The combination of native ingredients—squash, corn and chile combine perfectly to delight your taste buds year round.
Tasty and filling. A favorite with vegetarian friends.
A favorite meatless dish often eaten during Lent when traditional Catholics abstained from meat dishes.
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.
You won’t go away feeling hungry with this delicious and nutritious combination of beef and beans.