Book Size: 9.6" x 7.44"

Pages: 240

Format: Hardback

ISBN: 9781623716882

Release date: Summer 2024

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Easy Mexican Recipes for Every Day


$ 35

About this book

75 quick, easy and delicious recipes for Mexican weeknight meals, sharing plates, drinks, and desserts to make and enjoy together.

Sobremesa means “relaxing at the table after a heavy meal,” usually after getting together with family and friends. Mexican-born chef and recipe developer Susana Villasuso is on a mission to bring the flavors of Mexico to your table, and share her culture with the world. Inspired by the dishes she learned to cook from her mother and grandmother, this debut cookbook brings together authentic, modern, simple, and tasty recipes for feeding the whole family and for all occasions, made with everyday supermarket ingredients. It's a real taste of Mexico, with a modern twist.

Try some of Susana's family classics, such as: Crispy bean and ricotta taquitos with crema verde, Brown miso and porter carnitas, Salmon Ceviche with yellow beets and lime marinade, Mexican blood orange vanilla cake, and more.

Discover the Mexican art of easy everyday celebrations with Sobremesa.


About the author

Chef Susana Villasuso was born and raised in Mexico, where she first learned traditional Mexican cooking from her mother and grandmother. She is a trusted name in Mexican cuisine: Mexican food specialists Mexgrocer, True Masa, Cool Chile, Agua de Madre, and Gran Luchito have all worked with Villasuso to develop authentic recipes and food content for their platforms. She lives in London.


[A] sumptuous guide to Mexican home cooking Villasuso’s emphasis on weeknight meals, diverse array of offerings, and short preparation times (most under an hour) will keep organized menu planners happy Carnivores and vegetarians alike have plenty to choose from Crisp and colorful photos showcase the vivid beauty of these meals and encourage cooks to make healthy and hearty Mexican platos a part of their weeknight repertoire.


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