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Classic Mexican Recipes with a Twist

We've put a new twist on the classics, including burritos, quesadillas, tacos, and fajitas, for a fresh dinner idea they'll love.

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    • Fish Tacos with Cabbage and Chile Pepper Slaw

      For flavorful fish tacos, recipe developer Joanne Weir bakes the halibut in a foil packet with orange peel, lime peel, tomatillos, and garlic. "The flavors have nowhere to go but into the fish," she says.

    • Chorizo-Pepper Hand Pies

      In Mexico, the dough for hand pies (called empanadas) is homemade, but you can save time with our recipe by using store-bought puff pastry.

    • Shredded Pork Tacos

      Let your slow cooker do most of the work to make the root beer and adobo-sauced pulled pork mouthwatering delicious. All you have to do is chop up the fillings and enjoy!

    • Basil Guacamole

      Just as addicting as the original, this delicious party dip features basil in place of cilantro for an unexpected twist.

    • Frozen Strawberry-Mango Margaritas

      Mix in frozen strawberries, mangoes, or peaches for a fruity, frozen drink.

    • Enchiladas with Fresh Mango Salsa

      A refreshing salsa of mangoes, jalapenos, and fresh cilantro tops enchiladas filled with tofu and cheddar cheese. If mangoes are out of season, try a bottled fruit salsa from your local supermarket.

    • See How to Make Chicken Enchiladas

      Our simple step-by-step video shows you how easy it is to make perfect enchiladas every time.

    • Grilled Vegetable Tostadas with Quick Mole Sauce

      Put a summer spin on tostadas with fresh vegetables and mole, a flavorful Mexican sauce traditionally made with dried chiles, dark chocolate, and myriad seasonings.

    • Pork Empanadas with Jicama Pico de Gallo

      Making empanadas is easier than you think! Our golden, crispy pork empanadas are an awesome party appetizer. Jicama, a crisp root vegetable, balances the sweet raisins in our refreshing pico de gallo.

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      Fish Tostadas with Chili-Lime Cream

      For a quick dinner you'll love, top crunchy tostadas with broiled tilapia fillets, veggies, and a zesty chili-lime cream.

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      Gazpacho Shrimp Salad

      We've turned a traditional soup into an irresistible salad. The red pepper-tomato dressing is poured into the bowl, then the gazpacho salad is set on top and finished with quick-cooked shrimp and crunchy croutons.

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      Tres Leches Cake

      Our version of this Mexican favorite features a fluffy whipped cream frosting and fresh strawberry filling.

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      Chicken and Tortilla Soup

      Recipe developer Joanne Weir adds a lighter spring touch to this traditionally filling soup by making it with chunks of zucchini and baby peas.

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      Chorizo-Topped Mexican Pizzas

      Much tastier than the fast-food version, this fresh pizza recipe incorporates spicy chorizo sausage, creamy avocado, and tangy cilantro.

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      Barbecue Quesadillas

      Add down-home barbecue sauce to this proven crowd-pleaser for a quick and easy dinner they'll love.

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      Mexican Black Bean Pizza

      Spicy black beans, red sweet pepper, and salsa top a crispy-thin pizza crust.

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      Easy Mexican Recipes

      Refresh dinner tonight with these delicious Mexican recipes. Each recipe takes just about 30 minutes from start to finish, making any one you choose perfect for a weeknight meal. With easy nachos, pizza, quick fajitas, and sandwiches, we've got Mexican night covered.
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