A zesty stew that warms the body and spirit, Mmid Cazuelas’ vegan green pozole bursts with flavours from mushrooms, coriander, swiss chard, and spinach. Pozole is made from hominy, a kind of dried maize (corn), a traditional Mexican stew enjoyed in Mesoamerica since the pre-Columbian era. Since maize was considered sacred to the Aztecs and remains revered by many indigenous people in Mexico, pozole was originally a celebratory dish served on festive occasions. Enjoy alone or top with radish, shredded lettuce, avocado and lime.
This pinto bean based soup is full of flavours and spice with tomatoes, onions, garlic, vegetable broth, chile ancho, thyme, and oregano. Tarascan bean soup is a beloved family recipe that brings warmth and comfort.
This vegan version of chorizo is made from texturized soy protein, spiced with chili ancho, chili pasilla, chipotle, garlic, cumin, cinnamon, salt, pepper, olive oil and vinegar. Chorizo is often used in Spanish and Mexican cuisines, such as burritos, tacos, sopes, and stews.