Tag: Mexican

Mexican Green Salad with Jalapeño-Cilantro Dressing

Satisfy the next edition of my huge salad obstacle! This “Mexican” green salad dish is rather perhaps the most beautiful salad I have actually ever had the possibility to picture, too. Romaine lettuce and combined spring greens, purple cabbage and cauliflower, cherry tomatoes, cucumber and red onion integrate to produce one spectacular and … Read more

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Mexican Rice

Mexican rice is most likely among the very best variations of rice worldwide. It’s ideal up there with Hainanese chicken rice, fried rice, and paella. Who does not like Mexican rice? However did you understand it’s incredibly simple to make in your home and method healthier than purchasing those bags of premade rice … Read more

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Mexican Wild Rice

I’m thrilled to lastly share this much healthier Mexican rice dish with you. To inform you the reality, I hardly ever get thrilled about Mexican rice when I’m eating in restaurants. It tends to be a little mushy and a little boring. Considering that they make it with white rice, consuming that rice … Read more

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Esquites (Mexican Street Corn Salad)

Are you acquainted with esquites? Likewise referred to as elote en vaso, esquites are an experience you’ll keep in mind. Esquites are Mexican street corn (elote) cut off the cob, served in salad type. Esquites are velvety, tasty, spicy, sweet and mouthwatering at one time. To put it simply, they’re totally alluring. This … Read more

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Healthy Mexican Casserole with Roasted Corn and Peppers

This Healthy Mexican Casserole has roasted corn, roasted bell peppers, cheese, enchilada sauce, and corn tortillas. Perfect leftovers for lunches! this dish A Mexican casserole that’s both healthy AND scrumptious? Filled with roasted corn and peppers? Yesss. So, memes? The strange images with the snarky, random text captions right on the picture? I … Read more

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Elote (Mexican Street Corn)

What is elote? Elote (pronounced eh-loh-tay) is Mexican street corn. If you’ve had it, I bet you love it. If you haven’t, you’re in for a treat! Elote tastes sweet and savory, tangy and spicy all at once. I love to make mine with grilled corn for some smokiness, too. Elote is made … Read more

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