Start planning your next Mexican dinner with one of these Mexican recipes. Each recipe delivers authentic Mexican flavors and has been tested and tasted to be sure it will work in your home kitchen and taste great.
Kick off any fiesta with these fabulous, cumin-spiced shrimp nachos. The platter of heirloom tomatoes, shrimp, cheese, and cilantro makes a stunning presentation.
Homemade meatballs with chicken, pork, garlic, and cumin are the stars of these Mexican sandwiches. Paired with a fresh slaw and avocado, they're an excellent combination of bright Mexican flavors and succulent meat.
This satisfying salad is the perfect balance of sweet and spice. Mango and raisins contribute a sweet-fresh element, while cayenne, jalapeno, and chorizo add an undeniable kick of heat.
Watch how easy it is to boil chicken to add to your sombrero chopped salad and other recipes that call for cooked chicken.
This flank steak fix-up is infused with the delicious flavors of honey, lime, brown sugar, chili powder, and cumin. Topped with expertly charred corn, fresh tomatoes, cucumber, onion, cilantro, and avocado, this meal is simply satisfying with only 303 calories per serving.
These meaty sandwiches get great roasted flavor from oven-blistered poblano peppers. A slathering of avocado dip and shredded cheese makes them extra decadent.
Stuffed with roasted squash, portobello musrooms, and peppers, you'll never miss the meat in these vegetarian quesadillas.
This pork recipe takes awhile to cook, but the prep is easy. Serve it with the colorful, raisin-studded rice salad to wow a crowd.
A crisp coating of ground almonds gives chicken breast gorgeous golden color and yummy flavor. Tequila adds subtle background flavor to the mushroom-and-herb sauce.
Using a pastry bag with a star tip gives these homemade churros their classic look. Dunk the churros in a chocolate-coffee sauce for a supremely decadent dessert.
Make Mexican night family night by prepping the bean spread, enchilada sauce, cheese, avocado, and herb, then letting everyone build their own pizzas.
Give your margarita a tropical twist with this coconut variation. Cream of coconut adds silky body to the cocktail, and coconut-rimmed glasses make the drink extra special.