Receta de Rajas con Crema

Rajas con Crema

Rajas con queso (Pronounced ra-HAS con KAY-so) is a taco filling made with fresh Poblano chile, a mild green chile typically used for chiles rellenos, rajas, and crema de poblano. This dish is served throughout Mexico. Fresh Poblanos are the foundation of the dish. Rajas just means strips in Spanish. The name of the dish translates as “strips with cheese.”

Platillos Especiales Dia de Muertos en El Arrayán

Celebrate Dia de Muertos with Tradicional Mexican Dishes at El Arrayán

At El Arrayán we are proud of Mexican traditions, and Día de Muertos is one of our favorites! As part of the celebration, we invite you to enjoy traditional Mexican dishes of this season, created with love for Mexican cuisine and with 100% Mexican ingredients. We invite you to try these Mexican delicacies from the 1st to the 6th of November in El Arrayán.

Three days every week, Cooking Classes at El Arrayán

The entire team at El Arrayán is happy to share with you that starting this Monday October 09th we will resume our popular Traditional Mexican Cooking Classes. Co-owner Carmen Porras and Chef Diego Sánchez will be teaching a wider range of Mexican classical dishes.

Summertime News

Summertime News El Arrayán, Mexican cuisine restaurant, would like to catch up with customers & friends as to what is happening

Serrano & Vinegar Hot Salsa

1/2 pc Onion
3 cloves Garlic
5 pcs Serrano chile peppers
1  pinch Salt
100 ml White vinegar
50 ml Cooking oil
10 g Mexican oregano
as needed Water


Cube onions,

Many-pepper sauce

Makes ½ lt

100 g Fresh husked tomatillos
100 g Ripe Roma tomatoes
3 pcs. Serrano peppers
1 pc. Habanero pepper
1 pc. Guajillo pepper
2 pcs. Clean garlic cloves