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Cheese PuffsThese warm and fluffy cheese puffs are soft on inside and crisp on the outside with a nutty and slightly sweet topping of honey and sesame seeds. Perfect for entertaining, make ahead and fry when the guests arrive or while serving.
Ham CroquettesThese melt-in-your-mouth Spanish croquettes have a creamy filling that leaves you wondering if you are eating ham flavored mashed potatoes or a ham and cheese blend. Whereas, you will be surprised to know it’s neither. These simple croquettes are made with flour, milk, butter and ham – flavored with onion and nutmeg. Serve with your favorite dipping sauce.
Slow Roasted LambSlow roasting bone-in leg of lamb until falling-off-the-bone tender is one of the best ways of cooking lamb to get luscious and yet flavorful meat. This one is seasoned with garlic, thyme, bay leaves, kosher salt and black pepper – while the dry white wine adds flavors, juiciness and moisture to the end results. If you are thinking of trying sophisticated and elegant recipes for a fancy dinner, this one is great to start with! Make ahead tip: Roast the lamb two days before serving and refrigerate covered, reheat and serve topped with pan juices and potatoes.
Roscon De ReyesWhile natives of Spain do celebrate Christmas, their grandest winter celebration is Fiesta de Los Reyes, or the Feast of The Three Kings. Every January 6, Spanish families exchange gifts and enjoy a scrumptious Roscon De Reyes--or King’s Crown Cake. It is a lovely dessert, enhanced with milk, rum, and hints of citrus zest.
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Each May 5th commemorates the Mexican victory over the French Empire in 1862. Cinco de Mayo continues to be a festive occasion in Mexico and among Mexican-Americans. Colorful decorations and delicious food are part of the traditions of over 150 years. You do not have to be Mexican to join in the fun! Have a fiesta with family and friends at your place with this fabulous Cinco de Mayo menu.