It's BBQ season and we have another great Mexican recipe for your barbeque grill! This is a delicious Adobo BBQ chicken recipe is easy to make and will wow your friends.
Salsa de Orizaba is our rendition of the peanut salsa recipe we enjoyed in Orizaba. It took quite a few tries to duplicate the taste and flavor, we hope you like the results.
Summer is here! This means the start of our grilling streak. First up: our Green Habanero Grilled Chicken recipe. But this isn’t about the chicken, it’s about the marinade.
The Black Bean, Corn, and Sweet Potato Quesadilla or Quesadilla de Frijoles Negros, Maíz Y Batata in Spanish is a wonderful and fresh take on the same old boring cheese quesadillas.
Beef Vegetable Soup or Caldo de Res is a one-dish meal containing many food groups. It is an aromatic and attractive dish that looks elaborate and delicious but is quite easy to make.
This Vegetable and Rice Burritos with Quesadilla Cheese recipe will make your mouth do the happy dance. So when a culinary trip south of the border is what you crave, look no further.
When choosing your tequila, quality is key. Opt for a blanco made from 100% blue agave. Although many people reach for premade sour mix, using fresh lime juice will result in a vastly superior drink.
Tortilla Soup or Sopa de Tortilla in Spanish is a traditional soup from central Mexico. This Mexican recipe has many variants but regardless of the recipe you select, it is delicious.
This Tangerine Adobo Chicken is an unusually flavorful combination of tangerine juice, Maggi seasoning, brown sugar, chipotle chiles, and adobo sauce that will have your taste buds doing the happy dance.
A Pambazo is a traditional Mexican recipe where bread is bathed with a guajillo chili sauce. It is stuffed with potatoes with sausage, fried, and topped with lettuce, cheese, cream, and a raw green sauce.
Chicken Enchiladas with Roasted Tomatillo Sauce is the ultimate Mexican recipe. Chicken Enchiladas are covered in a luscious Roasted Tomatillo sauce and baked to cheesy perfection. This meal is easy to make and will keep your family coming back for more!
Chiles en Nogada are poblano chiles stuffed with a ground beef and pork picadillo, covered in a creamy walnut sauce and sprinkled with pomegranate seeds. This Mexican recipe hails from Puebla, Mexico.