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Zucchini Rollup Enchiladas
Zucchini Rollup Enchiladas

This healthy, lightened up and gluten free take on classic enchiladas will have everyone asking for seconds. Thinly sliced zucchini ribbons stand in for tortillas, wrapping up a hearty filling of cheesy corn, beans, and quinoa.


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  Spicy Vegetarian Mexican Soup with Cheddar Lime Biscuits
Spicy Vegetarian Mexican Soup with Cheddar Lime Biscuits

This hearty, healthy dish is perfect for warming up on chilly winter nights. Spicy, savory, and super satisfying, it’s ideal for a cozy night on the couch, but also fits the bill for a festive dinner party with friends.


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Spicy Miso Guacamole
Spicy Miso Guacamole

Here is the popular Mexican guacamole with an Asian twist. Ever so slightly spicy, with an herbal note and a touch of miso, it will keep your dinner guests guessing. Served with endive leaves, this avocado dip makes for a healthy snack.


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Avocado with Pink Grapefruit Salad
Avocado with Pink Grapefruit Salad

Avocados are high in protein and one of the best foods you can eat. Mixed with refreshing pink grapefruit, this nutrient-rich fruit salad is perfect any time of the day as a full meal, appetizer, or snack.


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Fish Tacos with Shredded Cabbage & Cilantro Salad
Fish Tacos with Shredded Cabbage & Cilantro Salad

Fish tacos are often made with catfish or mahi mahi, but any firm white fish, such as haddock or cod, is good. If you’re gentle with it, sea bass is delicious, too, even salmon since its flavor stands up to the spice rub. Enjoy this recipe either with corn tortillas or large lettuce leaves.


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Mexican Beef Salad
Mexican Beef Salad

This spicy and crunchy salad can work with leftover cooked beef or a couple of quickly cooked steaks that can be added at the last minute. A crisp lettuce like Romaine works great but really any leaves are a good backdrop to the spicy beef.


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Hot Mango Mamacita Margarita
Hot Mango Mamacita Margarita

Holy mother of mango, this is one spicy cocktail! The secret is the Hot Mango Puree, which contains jalapeño and Sriracha, the popular hot sauce made from chile peppers, vinegar, garlic, sugar, and salt. Add more or less depending on your comfort level.


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Ribs in Tablecloth Stainer Sauce
Slowcooker Ribs in Tablecloth Stainer Sauce

The colorful name of this sauce, which comes from the city of Oaxaca, in Mexico, is a literal translation from the Spanish. It is distinguished by the addition of fruit, such as pineapple and bananas, and you can vary the quantity of chiles to suit your taste.


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Turkey Mole
Slow Cooker Turkey Mole

In many parts of Mexico, no special occasion is complete without turkey cooked in mole poblano. Since the authentic version is quite a production, here is a slow cooker version easier to make and delicious nonetheless. Serve with hot tortillas, fluffy white rice, and creamed corn.


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Crepe Enchiladas with Corn, Rajas, and Squash in Avocado-Tomatillo Sauce
Crepe Enchiladas with Corn, Rajas, and Squash in Avocado-Tomatillo Sauce

The filling for this crepe is one of the signature trios in Mexican cooking: poblano peppers, squash, and corn. Allspice brings out the exuberance of the poblano chiles. Don’t let the number of chiles in the recipe worry you; they are tamed in this ménage of sweet corn and subtle squash.


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