Fresh Salsa Recipe Mexican Style

Fresh Salsa Recipe Mexican Style - Ixtapa Mexican GrillWho does not love a great salsa? Mild, medium, spicy, green, red, and so many more are all delicious. Very few dishes across cultures, especially in Mexican cuisine, aren’t helped incredibly by a touch of salsa. At this point salsa is so commonplace that many of us take it for granted, and has become the stable of condiments for many meals at home and in restaurants.

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Authentic Mexican Polvorones Recipe

These are traditional wedding Mexican wedding cookies or sugar cookies. They get the name from the Spanish word for dust, because they are lightly dusted with sugar. A staple at many Mexican weddings is a table piled high with Polvorones de Canele, but they never last long! A Mexican wedding is a huge celebration and good food is one of the central attractions.

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Great Vegetarian Fajita Recipe

Sizzling fajitas are one of the best and most exciting authentic Mexican foods to eat. However, skipping the meat counter is a great way to save money and load up on healthy vegetables. With this great recipe, you will not even miss the meat as the Portobello mushrooms and bell peppers add texture and substance.

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A Delicious Twist: Mexican Lasagna

Do you want to try something new, make something a little out of the ordinary? Well, it’s a little tricky, but when done right Mexican Lasagna is a perfect change of pace dish!

Before getting into the details, you should know the name “Mexican Lasagna” is a little misleading. The dish did not actually originate in Mexico, but was the creation of Mexican food enthusiasts in the United States. The dish is also not at all a lasagna; although the two look similar, they do not actually share any of the same ingredients. Mexican Lasagna is more of a casserole than anything.

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The Amazing Fruits and Vegetables Native to Mexico

Mexico is blessed with an abundance of fresh vegetables and tropical fruits, overflowing at nearly every street corner in the country. [Read more…]

Taco Bar Ideas for Your Next Party

Nothing makes feeding people at a party easier than making a buffet. There’s less clean-up, and you can prepare everything ahead of time so that you don’t have worry about timing all of the courses correctly. You can even make it into a potluck so as to save yourself time and money. Plus, picky eaters or those with special diet restrictions will be able to create their own meals with the ingredients that they want. [Read more…]

The Perfect Panuchos Recipe

Looking for a zesty alternative to cheese and crackers? Paunchos are small bites that will have your taste buds swirling and your dinner guests begging for return visit. Panuchos are small, handmade tortillas topped with a variety of tasty treats and are a favorite in the Yucatan. This recipe from Melinda Lee is the perfect recipe for six peopl.! Although they are small, they pack a huge flavor punch that you will not soon forget! [Read more…]

What is Mole Sauce and What Does it Taste Like?

The term “mole” (MOE- lay) encompasses a wide variety of sauces used in Mexican cooking. Many have over 20 ingredients with flavors that range from bittersweet to spicy; and consistency that can be soupy or thick like barbeque sauce. Most mole sauces are brown and combine unique flavors such as hot peppers and chocolate.  [Read more…]

How to Make Authentic Mexican Soup

When people consider Mexican food, they usually think of tacos, enchiladas and the like… but they hardly ever think of soup. Mexican cusine is not known for their excellent soups in the U.S., but soup is actually a staple in Mexican culture. Here some of the best authentic recipes of Mexican soups. [Read more…]

Creative Ways to Eat Guacamole

Traditionally, guacamole is eaten as a dip alongside tortilla chips. It has also been known to be eaten in several types of layered dips. However, there are many other ways that you can eat guacamole, and plenty of creative recipes that involve guacamole that will completely change the way you look at avocados. [Read more…]