We are back from holidays and we yet don’t feel like we have ever been.
Lot of work, lot of rush; after month without a home fitness chance I decided to give in with gym: five days a week of course or it doesn’t work.
I AM DEAD.
I didin’t have the chance to cook a lot after our return, only a dessert for a family meal last sunday.
I took the recipe from a magazine and it turned out… AWFUL.
I followed everything the correct way, I am sure, but the result was wobbly, tastless and sad.
This is why, now I remember, I always take recipes from my reliable books and not from magazines.
Before leaving for holidays I hosted a tex- mex dinner and I experimented some good recipes taken from books.
Today I want to post this mango sauce recipe because I want to update the blog and this recipe is so quick I can write it in minutes.
It’s also quick to make, give it a try and it will be a must when you are going to crave Mexican flavours.
Recipe comes from the same book I took the Texas caviar: I can trust Laurel Evans! 😀
- Mix all the ingredient in a bowl. Store in fridge, covered, for at least two hours, a whole night works better: all the ingredients must mix their flavours. Serve with nachos, grilled chicken or fish.