View our collection of Mexican recipes including appetizers, entreés and Mexican desserts. Spice up your night with any one of these recipes. There's something fresh about Hispanic food that will make you smile.
"Whether you are looking for a breakfast dish or a simple guacamole dip to go with your tortilla chips, you can find it in this Mexican recipe collection. There are fajita wraps for a light lunch or a tortilla bake for a one-dish meal for your family evening meal. The collection also includes a traditional Flan recipe for the perfect finish to any meal.
Many people think that all Mexican recipes are hot and spicy but there are many that do not contain any ingredients that add the heat factor. For the recipes that do contain hot and spicy ingredients, the amount added to the recipe can generally be adjusted to the level of heat you prefer."
"This looks like a group of recipes that my husband would like. He loves anything with a little spiciness to it. At his age it doesn't always agree with him but it doesn't stop him from eating it. I see a couple of them that I will have to try the next time he is hungry for Mexican food."
To reduce the amount of sugar that you use to sweeten rhubarb, try combining the rhubarb with a sweet fruit, such as apples, oranges, blueberries, raspberries or strawberries. Their naturally sweet juices will allow you to cut back on the amount of sugar added. view more.
Quick and tasty side dish to go with any meal. Asparagus is best in the spring when it is in season, but nowadays you can pick it up at the grocery store any time of the year. If you don't want to fire up the grill, roast them in the oven at 400 degrees F.