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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.
For a quick dinner you'll love, top crunchy tostadas with broiled tilapia fillets, veggies, and a zesty chili-lime cream.
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.
Just as addicting as the original, this delicious party dip features basil in place of cilantro for an unexpected twist.
These simply delicious tacos stuffed with chicken, chili pepper, and tomato are ready in less than 30 minutes. If you don't have any leftover chicken to use, pick up a rotisserie chicken from your local market.
Add some fun to this traditional queso dip by serving it in a fondue pot alongside tasty (and easy to prepare) corn-bread dippers.
Great for dinner tonight, this quick-cooking combination of steak, sweet peppers, onions, and trimmings is ready in just 20 minutes.
Tequila-and-lime-marinated chicken is the starting point for this colorful version of the traditional fajita. To boost the heat in the salsa, stir in some of the adobo sauce from the chipotles or add more jalapenos.
Mix in frozen strawberries, mangoes, or peaches for a fruity, frozen drink.
Add down-home barbecue sauce to this proven crowd pleaser for a quick and easy dinner they'll love.
For a fresh spin on tortillas, bake cubed chicken, corn, Mexican cheese, and salsa in individual casserole dishes.