In Mama Maggie’s Kitchen was invited to participate in #MomentosCoke as part of Coca Cola’s celebration Hispanic Heritage Month. All opinions expressed are my own.
You know how there are some foods that remind you of home? Believe it or not, for me, Coke is one of them. I remember my abuelita asking my primos to run to the store to buy a liter of Coke for dinner. We always had a container with Coke bottles de vidrio outside the kitchen to return to the grocery story. If not, they would charge us full price, and who wants to spend an extra peso?
Coke has been a part of so many of the important moments in my family’s life. Birthdays, bautizos, Mother’s Days. This Hispanic Heritage Month, 9 families will win a grand prize – $2,000 Delta Airlines voucher and a $1,000 gift card. Second Place prizes include 27 $500 Delta Airlines travel vouchers. And third place prizes – 270 international calling cards worth $40. To enter: CLICK HERE OR Post a picture on Twitter or Instagram of your family using #MomentosCoke
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- In a large stock pot, heat the olive oil.
- Season beef with salt and pepper.
- Brown in the oil on all sides.
- Add garlic, onion, tomatoes, chile powder, cayenne pepper, cumin, bay leaves, broth, and Coke.
- Scrape the bottom of the pan to release the brown bits.
- Cover and let simmer for 3 hours.
- Top with cilantro and green onions.
- Serve with tortillas and roasted potatoes.
I’m not much of a Coke drinker, but I like to have it on hand because my mom LOVES it and so do many of my friends. Maybe it’s because it all reminds us of home and those #MomentosCoke Every now and then, I’ll even add it to my food like here in my Mexican Pot Roast.
I don’t know what it is about Coke, but it makes the meat very tender. Con unas tortillas, this Mexican Pot Roast is delicious! But I might be slightly biased. 😉
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Maggie Unzueta is the writer/blogger, photographer, recipe developer, videographer, and creator of In Mama Maggie's Kitchen. She has been developing easy and authentic Mexican food, Mexican-inspired recipes, and traveling tips since 2010. From family recipes to her extensive travels throughout Mexico, she brings traditional Mexican flavors from South of the Border and into your kitchen. Maggie has been featured in notable culinary websites and other media outlets. For more details, check out her About page.