This morning I was invited to be a guest on Channel 8 News, TNH out of New Haven, CT. It was a great opportunity to promote my Heirloom Kitchen, talk about the incredible ‘Nonnas’ I have cooked with and also let any talented immigrant cooks out there to contact me for a ethnic cooking lesson.
I had a great time chatting about my experiences in the kitchen and was also able to cook a delicious Mexican dish I have learned. Huevos Divorciados (Divorced Eggs) is an incredible dish of eggs, served on top of some lightly fried corn tortillas. The secret to great Huevos Divorciados is the homemade salsa verde and salsa rojo poured over the eggs. Now, one fried egg is covered in salsa verde and the other egg is covered in salsa rojo. The sauces don’t mix. That is why these two eggs are divorced!
Janet, the lovely Mexican woman that taught me this dish told me to garnish the dish with some sliced avocado. Its not a super quick breakfast but I can guarantee those two eggs will reconcile in your stomach. Unbelievably good!Read More