Fried ”Lentejas” (Lentils)
Cook the lentejas in boiled water with a piece of onion and a piece of garlic add some salt and let them cook, when it is cooked place the chilies manzanos cut them into rajitas and place them in hot
Nopalitos & Pork
in a good sized, deep skillet, saute your onions and garlic till tender.
Add your bite sized pork,cook it a bit.
When the pork begins turning white,add nopalitos,corn and tomato sauce.
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