Browse these south-of-the-border recipes for everything from tacos to enchilada casserole.
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Get the flavor of beef for these tostadas, but without the fat, with meatless burger crumbles. Top it off with rice, refried beans, cheese, and homemade pico de gallo made from avocado, red onion, garlic, cilantro, and lime juice.
Easy Side: Coarsely chop 2 ripe avocados. Toss with 1/4 cup chopped red onion, 1 minced garlic clove, 3 Tbsp. fresh cilantro leaves, 2 Tbsp. fresh lime juice, and 1/2 tsp. salt.
Fish tacos are all the rage now. Make your own in no time with this easy recipe for fish tacos.
Spice up taco night with these quick Grilled Chicken Tacos. Jazz up ordinary salsa with mango, cilantro, and hot sauce, and
serve a side of refried black beans for an easy weeknight meal.
A deli-roasted chicken helps make short work of this classic Mexican entrée. Luscious? Absolutely. In fact, we guarantee your
family will clamor for seconds.
This pork-and-bean mixture is versatile. Serve it spooned over cornbread or rolled up burrito style in flour tortillas. Make
hearty nachos, quesadillas, or tacos too. It can even be used as a meaty addition to huevos rancheros (fried corn tortillas
topped with fried eggs and salsa).
We’ve filled these tacos with fish in place of the traditional beef, pork, or chicken. While we love the fried fish flavor,
we also tried baking and grilling the flounder fillets. Both are great options.
Make these bean and cheese quesadillas in the microwave for an easy treat that even your kids can help with. The ingredients
are store bought to save on prep time in the kitchen.
Pork adds a delicious hearty flavor to traditional quesadillas. We recommend purchasing premade barbecue pork from your grocery
store to save on prep time.
Delta Tamales are great as appetizers or the main course. Serve them with jalapeño peppers, onions, and the spice-flecked
sauce in which they were cooked. You can save time the day of by assembling tamales a day ahead and storing in the refrigerator.
The mild flavor of poblano peppers makes them a perfect candidate for stuffing. This recipe mixes pork with peaches, apricots,
and plums for a fresh, unexpected flavor combination.
Brown the meat in a Dutch oven, then let the slow cooker work its magic as the rich spices meld. You can also serve the versatile,
tender beef over baked potatoes instead of in soft tortilla shells.
These party chimichangas are oven-browned instead of deep-fried. The filling is sure to please your crowd with chicken, onion,
cumin, oregano, and cheese.
Help yourself to Lean Green Lettuce Tacos, whose colorful ingredients offer big benefits. Romaine lettuce leaves arranged
in a stemmed vase double as nutritious taco wraps and a decorative centerpiece.
Our Party-Style Pork Empanada uses refrigerated canned bread dough to make preparation easier. You can make up to two hours
ahead of time, leaving you plenty of time to enjoy the party.
Faster than fast food and way more delicious, these cheesy enchiladas come together in a snap. A quick spritz of vegetable
cooking spray adds extra crispness to flour tortillas as they bake.
We guarantee this zesty casserole will be your new weeknight staple. The recipe was originally designed to utilize leftover
ground beef and sausage. It makes a lot, but refrigerates well and tastes wonderful reheated.
Fajitas are a quick and easy way to feed (and please!) a crowd. This fajita seasoning earned 5 stars from our online users
and we agree -- it’s delicious.
Spice up a meal with savory Easy Enchiladas. In this recipe, we filled them with flavorful sausage, but if you’d like to make
them with chicken, use about 2 1/2 cups chopped or shredded meat. Add Pronto Refried Beans to round out the menu.
Crisp sautéed tofu adds texture and omega-3 fats, which prevent cholesterol from clogging arteries, to these fajitas. Bell
peppers and onions cooked in salsa and vinegar complete the tasty, good-for-you meal.
Do you have a great time-saving supper recipe? If so, we'd love to try it.