How to reheat tamales

How to reheat tamales

Tamales are Mexican food made with a mixture of cornmeal (masa), meat, red or green sauce, and spices and wrapped in a corn husk. Warming the tamales properly prevents them from becoming too soggy or not being heated throughout. Reheating thawed tamales works faster, but frozen tamales can be reheated in a little longer time. Tamales make great, quick meals and fill up on their own, but serve with rice and pinto beans for a full meal. Read more about How to reheat tamales

Breakfast in bed

Breakfast in bed: 5 steps to prepare it perfectly

Preparing someone’s breakfast in bed is a true gesture of love. On vacation and relaxation days, why not pamper yourself a little?

“I’ll wake you up with some breakfast in bed, I’ll bring you coffee with a kiss on your head”: so James Arthur sings in his romantic ballad Say You Won’t Let Go. Waking up in the morning and finding the loved one who prepared breakfast for us, took it to bed on a tray and passes us a cup of coffee giving us a sweet kiss on the head is a Hollywood film image, but that every woman dreams. Read more about Breakfast in bed: 5 steps to prepare it perfectly

Milk Sandwiches

How To Make Milk Sandwiches

Halfway between sweet and savory, milk sandwiches are a versatile and tasty recipe, to be brought to the table on many occasions: in buffets, at parties, as a snack, as an appetizer or as a tasty side dish.

Simple or stuffed, the milk sandwiches are extremely soft and fluffy and are perfect to be enjoyed with a very sweet filling of chocolate, jam or cream, but not only: they are also deliciously accompanied with cold cuts, cheese and vegetables. Read more about How To Make Milk Sandwiches