By Amanda Cargill | 09/26/2014 - 17:14
Busy? Overworked? Strapped for time and wondering what new recipe you can make for dinner that a) takes less than 15 minutes; b) doesn't require multiple visits to the supermercado; and c) your family will eat without grimacing? Yea, we know, and you're not alone.
It's for all of the above reasons that these Black Bean Cemitas with cheese and salsa are a perfect midweek meal. Not only is the recipe the brainchild of celeb Latino chef Aaron Sanchez (so you know it's good), but it requires only basic ingredients - things you likely have on hand - and a few Ortega products that you can pick up in a single swish down the Latin foods aisle at your grocery store. Easy, fast, delicious...that's how we roll.
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 10/25/2009 - 18:35
A milanesa is a thin cutlet (or meat or chicken) that is coated in breadcrumbs and shallow fried. Here it's served on a Mexican sandwich roll called a cemita. Papalo is also called Bolivian coriander. A good substitute would be either cilantro or arugula or a combination