Dia de los Muertos, Day of the Dead, is a Mexican holiday that’s observed on the first of November, and it brings families together by celebrating the memories of loved ones who have come before us. Traditionally, families set up ofrendas, altars, in their homes, and decorate cemeteries with marigold blooms and bright papers. Our Siete family prepares a few weeks early by baking recipes that have been passed down for generations, like this Pan de Muerto. This grain free bread recipe calls for almond flour, cassava flour, agave nectar, and date sugar in this baked treat to celebrate the life and death of friends and family before us. We hope you enjoy this recipe while remembering your past loved ones, and connecting with those around you.Author: Siete Family Foods
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July 28, 2021
July 28, 2021
Growing up in a house of seven, dinner was a balancing act to say the least. Some of us wanted pizza, some of us wanted frijoles, some of us wanted tacos— it really depended on the day. Our mom, Aida, was up for the challenge. She took two of those cravings and started cutting what we called "bolillos" (rolls of bread) in half, smearing butter across the top, and covering them in frijoles, pizza sauce, cheese, and sticking them in the oven. We didn’t really have a name for these until one day it hit us. From our family to yours, Frijolizzas.
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