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Lent season is here. My mom was always a great advocate on preserving the tradition of eating certain food items during this time of the year. Now, as a mom, I’m always looking for recipes to make and ways to introduce new flavors into our menu. I was inspired to create a Lent-friendly recipe by Knorr’s® Black Bean Salad. You can try this salad by visiting in-store events on selected stores in the following states (Arizona, California, Florida, Texas) in the upcoming weeks! In the meantime try my take on roasted chickpea meatless fajitas. No one will miss the meat here, this fajitas are packed with flavor and it’s a favorite in my house.
Flavor is something I don’t mess around with. One of the things I learned early on was to always taste the food while cooking. On days when I am rushing through cooking time it shows in the final result. That’s why I always rely on fresh seasonal ingredients as much as possible and always – always good seasoning. For generations we have been using Knorr®. Firs my grandmother, then my mom, my sister, me, and now I am passing the tradition down to my daughters. Knorr® adds authentic flavor to a traditional or to any every day dish.
Knorr® Tomato Bouillon with Chicken Flavor is perfect for many dishes, such as pollo guisado (chicken stew), arroz con pollo (rice with chicken), sopas (soups), tacos, this amazing roasted chickpea fajitas and many more. For more recipes and tips, visit Knorr.com you will love every recipe you find there.
Enjoy Lent season and add the rich authentic Latino flavor of Knorr® to all of your dishes. You will thank me later. Knorr® is amazing at giving your dishes another level of flavor that you didn’t even know you needed in your life. Plus, I have a gift for you! Here’s a coupon for you to save on your next Knorr® purchase. I got mine at my local Walmart in the Hispanic Aisle. I also share an image bellow so you can have an idea where to look at once you are in the supermarket. Easy, right?