On Monday, Tony and Marquita (s/v Seaclusion) gave us a ride to Guaymas so we could stock up for our trip across to Baja. We visited a semilla, although I don’t think they’re called that here. It’s a store with bulk goods, mostly seeds, nuts, dried fruit, beans, grains, etc. There are tons of them in La Paz but we haven’t seen hardly any on the mainland. We got all kinds of goodies while there.
Then we stopped at a little fish stand where we bought a kilo of shrimp as well as a kilo of cochito filets. So, Monday evening we had to figure out how we wanted to eat shrimp this time. We’ve eaten a lot of shrimp with pasta and kind of wanted something else. I suggested enchiladas and Lulu rose to the challenge. She made a white sauce, opened a can of whole Ortega chiles that needed to be used, grated some cheese and started rolling.
After spending about a half hour in the oven, the enchiladas were ready.
We decided that we didn’t need anything on the side.
And, true to form, we had enough left for dinner the next night as well. Tough life.