For many years, we had no idea what to do with gnocchi. These little nuggets of potato-based pasta are usually served with butter and/or cheese. However, there is far more to gnocchi than we ever suspected, and this vegan, gluten-free meal showcases its versatility. Our recipe features an exciting fusion of Mexican and Italian cuisine. The result is a hearty and satisfying entree, perfect for a cold winter evening. It’s inexpensive and easy to prepare. Try it, we think you’ll agree.
What could be better than Sopa Seca de Fideo? Why, easy, delicious, gluten-free and vegan Sopa Seca de Fideo, of course! In case you’re wondering just what the heck this dish is, it’s called many things in English, including “Mexican Spaghetti”, “Mexican Angel Hair”, “Mexican Pasta” and, quaintly, “Mexican Dry Noodle Soup”. These are all actually misnomers, if you want to get technical, because Sopa Seca de Fideo, if made authentically, is made with fideo noodles. Basically it’s thin vermicelli-type noodles cooked in a savory broth, and served as a side dish, although you can also use it as a main dish topped with tofu or vegan chicken (traditional Sopa Seca is made with chicken).
If there is one thing that most of us can agree upon univerally, it’s that it is hot! Temperatures like this make us all seek out some fun, frozen treats to cool us down. Paletas, or, Mexican popsicles, are wildly popular in Mexico.