So now that everything is getting back to normal, it's time my blog got back to normal too! I feel like it has been forever since I have given you guys a recipe, so today I'm giving you a great recipe :)
As you may or may not know, most of my family lives in the USA. They're scattered all over the country in different states. My auntie Peggy lives in California with my uncle Moise and cousins Gwenda, Genna, and Gilbert. My uncle comes from Mexico, so when we went to visit them when I was younger they made all sorts of yummy Mexican food. Now everything they made was delicious but there was one dish that my mom wanted the recipe to make at home and that was the enchiladas. When my mom went to buy the items needed for the recipe, we ran into a bit of a snag since we lived in Canada, some of the produce had to be bought from a small bodega that we found in our city. Once we had gathered everything we needed we spent the entire day making the dish, and trust me it is worth all the work it takes. Now when I told Nathan and his dad that I planned on making enchiladas they didn't think it would be very spicy, but I warned them it would be and they'd be pleasantly surprised. Now again I am going to give all of my lovely readers the same warning I gave them; it is very spicy. If you don't like heat you should probably use a lot less Serrano peppers. Let's get to the spicy treat shall we?