Whether you need a simple dinner tonight, a Cinco de Mayo menu, or a solution for leftovers, versatile Mexican cooking has the answer. These delicious Mexican recipes will work for almost any occasion.
Celebrate Mexican street food with these quick vegetarian quesadillas that can be enjoyed as a snack or light meal. A mix of fajita vegetables stuffs tortillas along with melty cheese and creamy avocado. For a flavorful finish, dip them in sour cream, salsa, or guacamole.
Chipotle, a smoked jalapeno pepper, adds smoky warmth to this simple 40-minute Mexican dinner. Mixed with garlic, orange juice, and fire-roasted tomatoes, the pepper complements tender chicken breasts sprinkled with fresh oregano.
Leftover shredded pork? Pile it into warm corn tortillas and smother in salsa verde before topping with queso fresco and crisp red cabbage. Our homemade jalepeno sauce adds delicious creaminess to the easy pork tacos.
Have these fiber- and-protein packed enchiladas in the oven in under 30 minutes thanks to canned beans and a couple other convenience products. See how!
Switch up everyday salmon fillets with a spicy ground ancho chile pepper rub. Tame the heat with our homemade nogada sauce, a sweet and creamy blend of walnuts, queso fresco, sour cream, and ground cinnamon.
Spicy red sauce sweetened with honey coats corn tortillas in this delicious homemade take on food-truck enchiladas. Shredded chicken and crumbled queso fresco provide the finger-licking filling, while chopped onions contribute crunch.
Guajillo chile, a pepper that is earthy, medium-hot, and a tiny bit tart, infuses this authentic adobo sauce with uncomplicated chile flavor. Cook the sauce with thick pork tenderloin pieces, and serve over cilantro rice.
With our easy prep instructions, you'll never have to choose between fried and grilled fish tacos again! We'll show you how to make an easy beer batter, plus a zesty chili rub.
These toasty Mexican sandwiches get their name, which translates to "sandals," from their shoelike appearance. Made with masa harina, the crispy fried bread is the perfect carrier for classic carnitas and all your favorite Mexican toppings.
Zucchini and ground pork are the base for our simple chipotle-spiced, one-skillet tacos. Warm corn tortillas and a chopped onion-and-parsley mixture finish off this easy Mexican meal.
A simple honey-and-lime marinade turns regular flank steak into a brightly flavored masterpiece that pairs deliciously with our refreshing cucumber- and corn-studded twist on pico de gallo.
Complement your Mexican main dish with a helping of restaurant-style rice. We'll show you how to make two festive recipes using different types of salsa.
Tlayudas are traditional Mexican flatbreads topped with refried beans, meat, and veggies. A tortilla makes a great crust, and homemade refried black beans complement the fresh veggies and hot peppers on this Mexican-style pizza.
This dish keeps the best of tamales -- cornmeal and savory filling -- but streamlines the process. No wrapping in cornhusks here. Just add corn bread mix to the top of this yummy dinner, then bake.
This 30-minute taco recipe is full of flavor and textures: savory and tender seafood, sweet mango, crisp cabbage, and the traditional Mexican spices you've come to crave.
Simple ingredients like cherry tomatoes, olives, and golden raisins combine for a colorful, low-calorie dinner. If tilapia isn't your favorite, try red snapper.
Swap ground beef and cheese for grilled shrimp and fresh vegetables in our colorful, tasty nacho recipe. A tequila-and-orange marinade takes this Mexican recipe over the top.
Empanadas are the perfect finger food for your next party. Filled with tender, cinnamon-spiced pork, they pair perfectly with a pico de gallo featuring jicama, a crisp root vegetable.
Follow the tips and tricks in this video to make chicken enchiladas even easier.
Sopa seca, or Mexican-style casserole, will be your new favorite comfort food. Flavored with garlic, coriander, and chipotle chile peppers, it's the perfect dish to spice up your dinner routine.
Frying tortillas for homemade flautas is a breeze and adds the perfect crunch to our crispy black bean and pork tacos.
Hatch chiles are a medium-heat pepper grown in New Mexico. They're the perfect size for making stuffed peppers, and we filled them with all your favorites: shrimp, sweet corn, cheese, and a creamy cilantro sauce.
Use phyllo dough for a crispy, melt-in-your-mouth burrito wrap. Filled with beans, brown rice, tomatoes, and corn, they're a filling meal on their own.
Tomatillos, cousins of the tomato, add authentic flavor to any Mexican dish. Layer tortillas, chicken, cheese, and pureed tomatillo sauce for a comforting dinner that's full of flavor.
Hominy is corn that has been treated with lime. When it's dried and ground, it's the basis for tortillas and tamales. Pozole, a traditional Mexican stew, calls for whole kernels of nutrient-rich hominy, as well as a medley of fresh veggies, spices, and poblano peppers.