Howdy y’all, and thanks for stopping by the website. Today I am happy to share with you one of the most versatile and flavorful ingredients in any kitchen: the dried chile pepper. While chile peppers are the flavor behind many of the authentic Mexican dishes we cook, each pepper has its own flavor that can…

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kent rollins carne asada

Howdy y’all, and thanks for stopping by the website. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been asked for this recipe and it is a delight. I’m talking about authentic carne guisada. Now, once upon a time in Puerto Rico, Carne Guisada was what you’d order at your favorite food stand. Carne Guisada was…

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Kent Rollins Green Chile Chimichanga

Hello and thank you for stopping by the backyard. I’ve put together a recipe for green chile and cheese chicken chimichangas that you can put together easier than picking them up in the drive-thru window. Prepare and Shred the Chicken Start by covering two thawed chicken breasts with water. Add a cube of bouillon –…

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Kent Rollins Mexican Street Corn

Using fresh, grilled corn makes everything taste better here at the ranch. I’ve got corn three ways for you here, today. We’ll make Mexican street corn, corn caviar and a hot corn salsa. You may recognize the Mexican Street Corn recipe from our cookbook: Faith, Family and the Feast. Y’all can pick up a signed…

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Kent Rollins Tacos al Pastor

Howdy, everyone and thanks for joining me in the backyard today. Y’all know how much I love good street food. We are fixin’ to have a fiesta today, because I am going to teach you how to make the most tender, juicy, authentic tacos al pastor you can ever imagine. Get You a Vertical Spit…

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Kent Rollin's Authentic Gorditos

  Y’all know that I like to head to the drive-thru window to see the latest thing they’ve got and what I can do with it. Today I’m talking about gorditas – and these authentic, masa based Mexican gorditas are nothing like what you can get in the drive- They’re kind of like a Mexican…

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Today we are going to make cheese enchiladas with a red sauce that is going to have so much authentic, traditional flavor it will be the best thing you’ve ever seen. Way back in 1984, I was guiding an elk hunt near Silver City, New Mexico. We found this little authentic Mexican restaurant way down…

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It’s time to ring in a New Year, and we’re going to do it with Cowboy Nachos. Now, when we add “cowboy” to any recipe, what does that mean? It means we’re adding a kick to what we’re cooking, so hold on tight while we kick up our nacho recipe. Gotta Have The Meat And…

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Taco Bell’s Ultimate Crunchwrap Supreme: Cowboy Copycat I have been hearing from a lot of y’all lately, wanting me to add a little bit of cowboy to Taco Bell’s Ultimate Crunch Wrap. The final product is a cowboy style double meat, double crunch, double everything wrap and it will knock your boots off. Give it…

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