Everything you love about your favorite Mexican breakfast—or lunch, brunch, or dinner!—in a cozy, comforting bowl.
These elegant and unusual tamales are celebration-worthy! The masa dough may be made up to three days in advance, and the sauce may be made earlier in the day and gently re-warmed. It can be fun to have guests help fill, fold and tie the tamales—or you can get them ready several hours ahead and steam them just before serving.
Everything you adore about carne asada—Mexican-style beef, marinated and grilled—plus rice, beans, salsa, and more, in a hearty, satisfying bowl. Muy bien.
Light and flavorful fish tacos with a sweet and savory salsa can be made for two in fewer than 30 minutes… using just one pan and one bowl!
These baked empanadas are filled with a slightly spiced beef and chorizo picadillo filling that make them perfect for game day or holiday entertaining.
This Italian-inspired twist on guacamole may just be the talk of the party. Make the chips in advance and combine all the guacamole ingredients except for the avocado several hours ahead. Just before serving, it takes less than 5 minutes to mash the avocados and serve the dish.
So many flavor options, and they are all delicious! Corn or flour tortillas? Green or red curry paste? Red or green cabbage? Yum!
Italians take note—classic Southwest and Mexican ingredients pair beautifully with Arborio rice in this creamy risotto.
This quick and easy Mexican-inspired stir-fry is delicious and healthy – lime quinoa topped with spicy fajita chicken and strips of red pepper and onion will quickly become your new favorite family dinner.
A can of fire-roasted tomatoes transforms ground turkey into taco filling. Fire-roasted tomatoes vary in heat by the brand, try a few to pick your favorite. Raisins add sweet contrast to the heat.
A savory cobbler topped with cheddar buttermilk biscuits and filled with chipotle-roasted cherry tomatoes, fresh sweet corn, and delectable caramelized onions – it is sure to be the hit of whatever party you bring it to!
Carne asada means grilled meat. Since the meat is cut in strips, a grill pan or skillet works well instead of a barbecue. The meat is seasoned before it goes in the pan, and then served on tortillas with a choice of condiments like guacamole, red onion, cilantro and lime.
This guacamole has lots of colorful cherry tomatoes to lighten it up. Cumin and lime add a nice flavor boost.
Skip the sugary mixes and blend strawberries, lime juice and a touch of agave syrup to sweeten this crowd-pleasing party drink. Agave syrup is sweeter than simple syrup, so about half as much is needed for sweetening beverages. Agave syrup and tequila are both made from the agave plant, so they are a naturally good combination.
Mango. Jalapeño. Margarita. What more do you need to know?
Fast, easy and fake! The unique dressing is best when made a day in advance - simply shake it up in an empty jar and toss with romaine, spring mix or your favorite salad green.
Spicy and crunchy with a hint of sweetness from the caramelized onions, these are vegetarian tacos that even die-hard carnivores love.
Make this crowd-pleaser as spicy—or not—as you like by controlling the amount of chipotle powder, and by using salsa that is as mild or fiery as you like.
The glazed ham, surrounded by golden apple slices, makes a beautiful centerpiece for your holiday meal.
Skirt steak has an assertive meaty flavor and texture that stands up well in a taco; lean flank steak also works well. Marinate the meat ahead and you can have this dinner on the table in less than 20 minutes.
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