Expand your repertoire of nachos and quesadillas with these fresh and tasty Mexican recipes.
Bursting with freshness and vibrant flavour, this salsa adds moisture to Grilled Chicken Fajitas or can be enjoyed with fish, burgers or pork chops.
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We're still getting requests for this colourful party-size appetizer from 1988. We've lightened up the original, and it's better than ever.
Ooey, gooey nachos are everyone's favourite pub snack. But trust us -- this healthier version is just as nicely spiced and punchy, but contains much less fat, thanks to baked tortilla chips and lean ground turkey.
This is a terrific addition to your recipe box. Serve the quesadillas as a main course accompanied by a side salad, or cut them into smaller wedges to make party appetizers. They're so delish you don't even need salsa!
Hearty and filling fare for hungry families.
This pork shoulder roast is braised in a zesty tomato sauce, but instead of slicing it, you shred it to serve on buns or in tortillas with sliced avocado, shredded Cheddar or Monterey Jack cheese and a squeeze of lime. This makes enough for 12 to 16 sandwiches, so it's a good party dish.
With a hearty beef filling, gooey cheese and zesty sauce, this enchilada dish is impossible to resist—especially when topped with a cool dollop of sour cream. The best part: The filling simmers away untended in the slow cooker, freeing you up for other things. Cost: $4.90/serving
It almost seems that the slow cooker was made for this subtly spicy, rich mole sauce. In fact, you might be tempted to make a double batch of just the sauce and freeze half for another time - simply thaw it and reheat with cooked, shredded meat. Serve over rice or with warmed corn tortillas to soak up all the sauce.
Even the pickiest of eaters will love these melty, cheesy burritos. they're perfect for post-soccer or hockey games or a poker night. Any leftovers are great for lunch the next day.
On floured surface, roll out dough to 12- x 6-inch (30 x 15 cm) rectangle; place on greased rimless baking sheet.
In bowl, mix together beef, tomato ...
These tostadas have a fast bean spread instead of refried beans. The recipe makes twice the amount of spread that you'll need, so save the rest for a quick sandwich spread or for scooping up with toasted pita. Serve topped with chopped fresh cilantro, if desired.
This satisfying spiced medley of black beans, peppers and flaked tilapia comes together in minutes and is a yummy way to introduce more fish into your family's diet. Wrapped up in warm tortillas, it's a dinner even picky eaters will love.
Chili without beans is as traditional as the popular bean-and-beef combo. But add pinto or red kidney beans (one 19-oz/540 mL can, drained and rinsed) if desired.
Preheat oven to 350°F (180°C).
In deep heavy saucepan, stir sugar with 2 tablespoons (25 mL) water over medium heat until dissolved, brushing down s...
Make this perennial favourite with white or yellow tequila as desired.
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