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The 50 Best Mexican Recipes: Tasty, fresh, and easy to make!

The 50 Best Mexican Recipes: Tasty, fresh, and easy to make!

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The 50 Best Mexican Recipes: Tasty, fresh, and easy to make!

Longueur:
90 pages
48 minutes
Sortie:
Oct 3, 2011
ISBN:
9781440534331
Format:
Livre

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They’re fast. They’re flavorful. And they’re right at your fingertips. The 50 Best Mexican Recipes is an appetizing selection of delicious dishes that bring your restaurant favorites right to your kitchen. From Cactus Salad to Beef Tamales, there’s plenty included so you can whip up satisfying and spicy snacks and meals. Enjoy! They’re fast. They’re flavorful. And they’re right at your fingertips. The 50 Best Mexican Recipes is an appetizing selection of delicious dishes that bring your restaurant favorites right to your kitchen. From Cactus Salad to Beef Tamales, there’s plenty included so you can whip up satisfying and spicy snacks and meals. Enjoy!
Sortie:
Oct 3, 2011
ISBN:
9781440534331
Format:
Livre

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The 50 Best

Mexican Recipes

Tasty, fresh, and easy to make!

Adams Media, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc.

Avon, Massachusetts

Contents

Introduction

Tomato Salsa

Corn Tortillas

Refried Beans

Pico de Gallo

Fried Plantains

Jalapeño and Potato Soup

Creamy Gazpacho

Jalapeño Corn Bread

Mexican Spoon Bread

Black Bean and Corn Salad

Cactus Salad

Avocados with Vegetable Stuffing

Breakfast Frittata

Huevos Rancheros

Grilled Swordfish

Chili Tuna Steaks

Seafood Paella

Chicken-Stuffed Avocado

Fried Chicken with Cinnamon

Pepper Chicken Stew

Jalapeño Chicken

Pot Roast: Mexican Style

Chorizo Noodles

Spicy Canned Tomatillos

Mashed Potatoes with Spicy Jalapeño

Corn on the Cob … on the Grill

Calabacitas

Bean-Stuffed Peppers

Hot, Hot, Hot Jalapeño Rice

Sautéed Chili Pork

Beer Beans

Sausage Garbanzo Bonanza

Gazpacho

Enchiladas

Beef and Bean Chili

Layered Taco Dip

Fajitas

Chimichangas

Angelina and Jose

Mexican Cocoa

Mexican Coffee

Virgin Sangria

Tutti Fruity Tamales

Fritadas Banana

Fiery Fruit

Mexican Wedding Cookies

Natilla

Mexican Carrot Cake

Churros

Traditional Mexican Flan

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Copyright Page

Introduction

Mexican cooking has a rich heritage that begins at the dawn of civilization. More than 7,000 years ago, at the same time the Aztec people were designing intricate calendar systems and building astounding pyramids, they also were holding festivals accompanied by flavorful dishes. Dine on lush tropical fruits, bean-stuffed chili peppers, spicy tomato sauces, grilled corn, honeyed sweet potatoes, and cocoa-crusted turkey, and you find yourself in the land of the Aztecs.

Yes, the ancient Mexican diet was both flavorful and varied. In fact, many of the foods we take for granted today were first used as food by the Aztec cultures. Turkey, mangoes, corn, pineapples, peanuts, beans, squash, avocadoes, cocoa, vanilla, chilies, and sweet potatoes, for example, were all common elements in Aztec dishes. Even foods we identify with European countries — such as Italy and tomatoes — were first cultivated by the Aztecs.

Mexican cooking is also known for its combinations. It’s a rare dish that uses just one or two ingredients. Meats, for example, are marinated then drenched in sauces containing dozens of ingredients. Fish may be broiled or baked but it is always topped with a unique sauce. Even something as simple as a salad of melon balls will have a tart sauce draped over it.

From basic appetizers to full entrees to succulent desserts, we’ve got it all for you right here. So forget plain old tacos and burritos, and get ready for fifty of the most flavorful, tantalizing, and delicioso recipes that the Mexican culture has to offer!

Tomato Salsa

Once you see how easy it is to make this from scratch, you’ll never buy jarred salsa again. The taste doesn’t compare!

Serves 8

Ingredients

4 medium tomatoes

1 medium-sized yellow onion

1 (4-ounce) can green chilies or 2 fresh green chilies

¹⁄4 cup fresh cilantro

¹⁄2 cup canned or frozen corn

1 small green or red bell pepper

Dice the

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