Nov 22, 2009, 7:15 AM
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We live within easy driving distance of the colonia Santa Tere here in Guadalajara which is very convenient. The area has many shops of different types and a very nice mercado.
So this morning my darling wife had me run over to the market to pick up a couple of things for this morning's desayuno. Several bolillos salados (a sourdough roll with a hard crust and moist center) and then a liter of fresh beet, carrot and orange juice from "Las Titas" fruit and juice stall.
Back at the house, the bolillos were turned into molletes gratinados. The rolls were cut in half lengthwise and lightly toasted, then each half recieved a layer of refried black beans and topped with grated queso chihuahua, the real stuff made by the Mennonites. Then they were placed under the broiler to melt the cheese and served with a topping of avocado slices and salsa fresca made with extra chile serrano.
Just the thing for this brisk Sunday morning.