Hey … Pull up a chair!
Let me tell you a little secret–
–I feel like I’m on a rollercoaster these days.
There are moments where I have this immense longing to create.
But then I ask myself…
What’s the point of posting pictures of me? Who wants to see those?
Is there a purpose behind my cooking videos without abuela? There are so many new amazing creatives these days!
What am I doing? Who do I think I am acting like an influencer.. Btw I hate that term.
The truth is, there are moments that I allow those voices to get to me.
But then t I remember my Abuela feeling the same way. And I would give her the pep talk–letting her know how valuable she was and how much she had to offer those who watched her. I would ask her, are you having fun? “Si.” Well then, lets just have fun y que ruede el mundo.
So I ask myself, “ Do I have fun when creating, no matter what it is?” I can honestly say I do…
So I’m going to keep creating… for me… and for whoever wants to watch. Y pues que ruede el mlundo.
•1 pound of Longaniza
•1 cup of Queso manchego or cheese of choice
•1/2 cup Cilantro
•Won Ton wrappers
•Chili Garlic Sauce
•Cook the longaniza.
•Shred the manchego cheese.
•Chop up the cilantro.
• Mix longaniza, manchego cheese and cilantro together.
•With your fingers, moisten the sides of the won ton wrap.
•Add a tablespoon of the longaniza mix to the center of the wrap with 1/2 a teaspoon of cream cheese.
•Fold wrap over to form a triangle sealing the sides together.
•You can pinch the corners together or leave as is.
•Fry for 1 minute on each side in oil of choice or until golden and crispy.
Sprinkle won tons with chicharrón crumbs, Cotija cheese, Siracha and cilantro.
•Mix 1 tablespoons of Chili Garlic Sauce per 1/2 cup of Mexican sour cream .