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Culinary Tour of Mexico Tomorrow – Oaxaca

March 26, 2013

Lo Mejor de la Cocina Oaxaqueña (1975) by Elena Tajonar Campo. UTSa Libraries Special Collections

Lo Mejor de la Cocina Oaxaqueña (1975) by Elena Tajonar Campo.

You’re invited!  Tomorrow, on Wednesday, March 27th, join UTSA LibrariesUTSA Rec Center and the Hispanic Student Association for a culinary trip to Oaxaca from 5:30-6:30pm.  

We will demonstrate how to prepare Mole Amarillo (Yellow Mole) from Lo Mejor de la Cocina Oaxaqueñana (1981). This dish contains beef and vegetables in a yellow mole prepared with guajillo chiles, tomatoes, onion, and spices, and topped off with corn masa dumplings.

Cooking Demonstrations are open to all UTSA students, faculty and staff. No RSVP required … just show up hungry and ready to cook!




 

 

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