Great Historic Recipe for Hispanic Heritage Month
Frida Kahlo’s Great Aunt’s Well-Kept Secret Recipe
As you may know, Frida Kahlo is one of Mexico’s most iconic artists. Below you can find an exclusive photo in which Frida not only enjoys the company of her sisters, but also a Bohemia.
Bohemia is a Mexican beer created specifically for beer aficionados with a sophisticated palate. To celebrate this especial month, you can either enjoy by itself or pair it with this original recipe developed by the Kahlo Family: Isidora’s Croquettes (Isidora was Frida’s great aunt).
What a better treat to eat while watching Frida’s biopic film made by Salma Hayek.
Watch the Frida trailer here!
- 1 chicken breast
- 3 tbsp. of flour
- 2 Eggs
- 1 ½ liters of milk
1. Put a little oil with 3 tablespoons of flour in a pot.
2. Before browned, put the previously finely chopped chicken breast and add milk little by little until reduced.
3. Once lumps start to appear, take it out and place it in platter to let it cool.
4. When the mix is cold, add the breadcrumbs with the eggs. Finally, fry it.
Original Grandma Isidora recipe: