If you are like most people, you might make the mistake of underestimating the difficulty of making Mexican food in the comfort of your own home. After all, since that small restaurant down the street busts out juicy enchiladas filled with perfectly melted cheese in a few minutes, how hard could it possibly be? Unfortunately, unless you know the tricks of the trade, your carefully prepared meal might fall flat. Here are two cooking mistakes that can destroy your homemade Mexican meal, and what you can do to combat culinary failure:
As the summer temperatures climb, you may find yourself too hot to feel hungry, and the thought of a hot piece of cheesy pizza may not sound like the most refreshing food. However, pizza can be an excellent way to keep you cool and provide you with essential summer vitamins, if you know which toppings to select.
Pineapples are one of the few moisture-rich toppings that really retain their water, even when they are baked for an extended amount of time.