When we think of Chile Rellenos, an image of a rather large pepper stuffed with meat and/or cheese, egg battered and deep-fried, comes to mind. However, this is not your typical Chile Relleno. Behold the Chile Relleno en Nogada! First, it’s not stuffed with meat and/or cheese. Second, it’s not battered. Finally, it’s not deep-fried. In this unique recipe, the peppers are roasted and then stuffed with lightly sauteed fruits (yes, you read that correctly)…"Chile Rellenos en Nogada – Stuffed Poblano Peppers with Creamy Pecan Sauce"
In the event that you can only have one and only one dish, make sure it’s a dessert, especially if you can lay your hands on a Tres Leches Cake (made with three types of milk)! As delicious as this dessert is, there seems to be some dispute over it’s origin. Some historians believe that it originated in Nicaragua, some say Mexico. One thing is sure…there are not enough words to describe this cake that…"Tres Leches Cake, A Latin Dessert"