Easy Mexican food at home: Entomatado
XNUMX years living in Mexico,
“Showing the true face of Mexico to the world!'
with the motto
I'm Kou Iwasaki, a government-certified guide and driver for trips to Mexico.
I am writing from Mexico today.
I write Entomatado.
Same with enchiladas.
The names of these dishes come from verbs.
The verb of Entomatado is
It means to pour or mix tomato sauce.
The verb of Enchilada is
It means to make it spicy or to put salsa on it.
When salsa is spicy and you say hee hee,
¡ Me enchilé!
¡ Estoy enchilado! Estoy enchilado!
(Enchiladas for women)
what you spend
Mole is enmolada (verb enmolar),
Beans (Frijol) enfrijorada (verb enfrijolar),
That's what it means.
Stop talking about complicated Spanish here,
Let's cook. (smile)
Entomatado is a Mexican mom's dish.
You can't eat it at a restaurant unless you go to a home-cooked restaurant.
Moles, posoles, enchiladas, chilaquiles, etc.
Almost everywhere I go,
For some reason, there aren't many entomatados.
This is the taste of Mexico!
Materials are a guideline.
Please adjust to your liking.
- About XNUMX tomato (green tomatoes), or about XNUMX red tomatoes
- XNUMX/XNUMX to XNUMX/XNUMX onion, as desired
- About XNUMXg pork belly
- Chipotle sauce (canned) sold at Rakuten
XNUMX.finely chop tomatoes and onions
XNUMX.Cut the pork belly into appropriate sizes, grill it, add water so that it is about XNUMX cm deep, and boil it.
XNUMX.Add chopped tomatoes, onions and chipotle sauce and bring to a boil.Chipotle can be spicy, so adjust the amount to your liking.
XNUMX.A little salt and pepper to taste
It's even better with a side of Mexican-style rice.
- XNUMX cup medium or long grain rice
- XNUMX-XNUMX red tomatoes
- XNUMX/XNUMX onion
- clove of garlic
- salt and pepper to taste
I can't find the right rice on the internet...
☝☝☝Japanese rice (short grain rice) on the left, Mexican rice (medium grain rice) on the right
If not, try dry long grain rice such as Thai rice.
XNUMX. Blend tomatoes, onions, and garlic with half a cup of water in a blender.
XNUMX. Wash and drain medium or long grain rice
XNUMX. Apply oil so that it spreads all over the pan
XNUMX. Add well-drained rice and stir-fry over medium heat (about XNUMX minutes).
XNUMX. When the mixture turns brown, strain the tomatoes, onions, and garlic through a colander and mix with the rice.
XNUMX. Add about XNUMX cup of water.
XNUMX. Season with salt and pepper
XNUMX.When the water is gone, it's ready.
Serve with entomatado and serve.
¡ Buen provecho!
Please cook while listening to the super famous Mexican singer Jose Jose (laughs)
A Mexican singer who took the world by storm in the XNUMX's and XNUMX's.
"The Prince of Songs (El principle de la canción)"
Everyone in Mexico knows this.
Speaking in Japan...
Is it like Yujiro Ishihara?
El triste is one of the most famous.