Fresh Baja Salsas

Fresh salas made with fruits and vegetables are essential to Baja cuisine. Salsas are easily tailored to the available produce and to your individual tastes. Mix and match basically any fruits, peppers and onions and you have a salsa. What’s your favorite Mexican salsa recipe? Sunday is my market and prep day. Even beach girls…

I’m moving to My Baja Kitchen

I am slowing moving What’s for Dinner Doc to http://www.MyBajaKitchen.com. I hope you’ll join me at the new location and subscribe via email so you don’t miss any part of this adventure in the Baja. Take a walk with me around the neighborhood. Loreto Bay, Nopolo, BCS, Mexico. The new site will focus on more…

Grilled Whole Snapper Filled with Citrus Shrimp

You won’t believe how easy it is to make this grilled whole snapper. I stuffed the snapper with citrus shrimp for an extra elegant of surprise and another layer of flavor. The temperatures are rising in Loreto, Mexico and this Gringa nomad has flown north to Nevada. I found this fresh yellow snapper and Pacific…

Healthy Mexican Grilled Spicy Shrimp Sweet Pepper Pasta

Easy grilled shrimp with sweet peppers over pasta that you can throw together for a quick week night Mexican meal or a Baja fiesta with friends. Shrimp is readily available and affordable in Baja, about half the price that I pay in the U.S., so you don’t have to save them for special occasions. They…

Baja Confetti Shrimp And Pasta

Choose the freshest produce for your confetti; yellow, red and or orange bell peppers look beautiful in any dish. Red onion doesn’t always hold its sassy purple color so I used a white onion which is also milder in Mexico. Red onions are very hot here so I save them for spicy pico de gallo….

Tiny Baja Tostadas and Taco Seasoning Recipe, La Gringa Entertains

Do you ever find something in the grocery store that totally inspires you? Let’s be honest, this rarely happens in rural Mexico. The Sunday Market absolutely inspires me but never the grocery store. I found these mini tostadas that begged to be appetizer sized tostadas. Yes, I know, I can make my own mini corn…

La Gringa Weekly Menu

Recipe Links: Poblano Enchiladas Tequila Lime Chicken Chard Chorizo Soup Mexican Cauliflower Rice and Pork Verde (In development at Whatsfordinnerdoc) Sides and salads this week: Cherry tomato, basil, olive oil, balsamic vinegar salad. Grilled pineapple and left over lime chicken tacos. Prosciutto wrapped asparagus grilled. Fruit, cheese feta, and arugula salad (substitute salty cotija and…

Poblano Cheese Enchiladas On La Grinda’s Outdoor Grill

These enchiladas are delicious and vegetarian. It is hot in the Baja now. Our daytime temperatures have been touching 92 F or 32 C with 30-50% humidity. I love the heat but I don’t love using my oven when it’s hot outside. So…..I baked these enchiladas in the outdoor BBQ. 

La Gringa Weekly Meal Plan

Here are some of the fruits and vegetables that I bought at the Sunday Market this week. I paid 400 pesos ($22 US). I know it looks like a huge amount of produce but El Gringo and I will eat all of it. Possible side dishes and lunches this week. Fruit salads, caprese salad, cut…