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Chocolate Mousse Recipe

The Day of the Dead (El Dia de los Muertos) is a traditional Mexican celebration in which families celebrate and remember their loved ones who have passed away. Unlike other cultures, Mexican families come together and prepare their loved ones favorite dishes. V&V Supremo shares recipes for you to celebrate a la Mexicana! continue reading »

Celebrate the Day of the Dead With This Chocolate Mousse Recipe

The Day of the Dead (El Dia de los Muertos) is a traditional Mexican celebration in which families celebrate and remember their loved ones who have passed away. Unlike other cultures, Mexican families come together and prepare their loved ones favorite dishes. V&V Supremo shares recipes for you to celebrate a la Mexicana! continue reading »

Mushroom Quesadillas Recipe

The Day of the Dead (El Dia de los Muertos) is a traditional Mexican celebration in which families celebrate and remember their loved ones who have passed away. Unlike other cultures, Mexican families come together and prepare their loved ones favorite dishes. V&V Supremo shares recipes for you to celebrate a la Mexicana! continue reading »

Celebrate the Day of the Dead With This Mushroom Quesadillas Recipe

The Day of the Dead (El Dia de los Muertos) is a traditional Mexican celebration in which families celebrate and remember their loved ones who have passed away. Unlike other cultures, Mexican families come together and prepare their loved ones favorite dishes. V&V Supremo shares recipes for you to celebrate a la Mexicana! continue reading »

Mexican Paloma Cocktail Recipe

Mexican Independence Day is not Cinco de Mayo as some believe, but a true celebration of Mexican heritage that reaches here in the United States, this year falling on Sunday, September 16th. As popular as the margarita is in America (#1 cocktail in the U.S.), Mexico has different favorites such as the Paloma cocktail. continue reading »

Celebrate Mexican Independence Day With This Paloma Cocktail Recipe

Mexican Independence Day is not Cinco de Mayo as some believe, but a true celebration of Mexican heritage that reaches here in the United States, this year falling on Sunday, September 16th. As popular as the margarita is in America (#1 cocktail in the U.S.), Mexico has different favorites such as the Paloma cocktail. continue reading »

Sopes Recipe

This masa creation is available throughout Mexico, although variations in shapes and fillings do occur according to region. The recipe below is a hearty and satisfying way to spice up a party or begin an everyday meal. continue reading »

Burritos Norteños Recipe

If you’re eating flour tortillas in Mexico you’re probably in the North, which is where the inspiration for this dish comes from. These one piece meals are actually quite easy to prepare, especially if you substitute canned refried beans for homemade. continue reading »

Chilled Avocado Soup Recipe

This refreshing summer soup can be found in central Mexico, and is a great way to feature the versatile avocado. Known for their buttery texture and slightly nutty flavor, avocados are not just for guacamole anymore. continue reading »

Shrimp Quesadillas Recipe

Shrimp and cheese are a great combination, and the addition of salsa and sour cream creates a balance of flavors for these easy to make quesadillas. continue reading »

Celebrate the 4th of July With This Shrimp Quesadillas Recipe

Shrimp and cheese are a great combination, and the addition of salsa and sour cream creates a balance of flavors for these easy to make quesadillas. continue reading »

Supremo Nachos Recipe

The original version of this snack was invented in 1943 by Ignacio Anaya at the Victory club in Piedras Negras, in the state of Coahuila, Mexico. Since then the famous appetizer has come a long way. Whip up a platter of these ultimate nachos for your next party to make a lasting impression. continue reading »

Celebrate the 4th of July With This Supremo Nachos Recipe

The original version of this snack was invented in 1943 by Ignacio Anaya at the Victory club in Piedras Negras, in the state of Coahuila, Mexico. Since then the famous appetizer has come a long way. Whip up a platter of these ultimate nachos for your next party to make a lasting impression. continue reading »

Mexican Potato Salad Recipe

Try this recipe the next time you’re in the mood for potato salad and you should be converted forever. Summer is here, V&V Supremo; one of the nation’s oldest family-run Hispanic food business, wants to share some authentic recipes to celebrate ¡a la Mexicana! continue reading »

Summer Salad from Central Mexico Recipe

This is an example of a salad one may find in the restaurants of Mexico City; it celebrates traditional Mexican flavors with fresh ingredients. Summer is here, V&V Supremo; one of the nation’s oldest family-run Hispanic food business, wants to share some authentic recipes to celebrate ¡a la Mexicana! continue reading »