Día del Niño – A Mexican Tradition

How will you be celebrating Día del Niño this year?  I love to cook with my ninos – Diego and Christian, to help celebrate them and in a small way, pass down some authentic Mexican traditions, even though they are not Mexican, but Chilean.

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Since we live in Arizona and have such a close connection to the Mexicans and the Mexicans traditions, this holiday means so much to me and I want the boys to have memories of cooking (or at least eating) in the kitchen with their mother. Come along with us and celebrate Dia del Nino with your family!

So this year, we decided to make Pork Fajitas for Dia del Nino:

Pork Fajitas

Serves: 4

Hands on Time: 10 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutesLas Posadas: A Latin American Tradition, Salsa, Herdez, HERDEZ®

 

Pork Fajitas, recipe, HERDEZ® Brand Día del Niño

Pork Fajitas, recipe, HERDEZ® Brand Día del Niño

Las Posadas: A Latin American Tradition, Salsa, Herdez

I encourage you to check out additional delicious recipes and Día del Niño content available on the HERDEZ® website and  participate in the Celebrate Your Chef Giveaway on Facebook and Instagram.

Here are a few photos from our cooking session:

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4 Comments

  1. Patrick Maloney April 7, 2016 at 10:26 am

    Very cool, great day at the Maloneys, and I love that picture of Christian…you are the best!

  2. Paula Iniguez April 7, 2016 at 8:37 pm

    So delicious! And I LOVE your dishes!!!

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