By: Deanna Linder
Some things will always remain a mystery. God, how the pyrimads were built, and amongst other things, why Mexican food has not become popular as an ethic food in Israel. According to rational thinking, it should be a sure sell. Israelis love wrapped foods (in pita), tomatoes, onions and spicy food; all shared with the Mexican kitchen. But for some odd reason, every attempt at making authentic Mexican food has not lasted more than a few seasons.
This has left me, a southern California transplant, where Mexican food and sushi are as close as it comes to regional cuisine, with major cravings for proper Mexican food. Lucky for me there is a company here called Tres Pesos, which produces Mexican products such as tortillas, salsas, etc.
One of their products is called masa harina, which is very finely ground corn flour, used to make corn tortillas. This is the secret ingredient in this recipe and really gives this chili a much deeper flavor. You can find their products at...
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