This dish might sound simple, but its flavor is exceptional. This recipe is cooked in coriander (the chicken AND the rice), which gives it that intense green color.
This whole time, your classic mac and cheese just needed the tang of bright and smoky fire-roasted tomatoes!
This Mac 'n Cheese is so cheesy inside and out that few can resist it. The cheese is a mild/sharp mixture of a melting cheese—Oaxaca, asadero, mozzarella, or Monterey Jack—and sharp, salty, dry cheese—queso añejo or Parmigiano Reggiano.
Known for breaking the expectations of Mexican food, Michelin-starred chef Carlos Gaytan of Mexique in Chicago, is taking the traditional bacon wrapped shrimp favorite and giving it a sweet and spicy kick with a tamarind glaze.
This Strawberry-Layered Tres Leches Cake recipe combines fresas con crema and tres leches served in a very photogenic outfit. The traditional tres leches cake is served in a foil baking dish, which is not very appealing to the eye.
Crispy mushrooms sautéed in safflower oil and melted butter, seasoned with thyme and parsley, top slightly sweet mangú.
Churros are great for breakfast or any time. And they pair perfectly with a nice Café sin Leche. Often considered an early-morning to late-morning street food, it also makes sense to place churros into the same family as doughnuts and crullers.
This Mangú with Garlic Shrimp is jazzed up with tons of garlic, fresh cherry tomatoes, white wine, and fresh cilantro. It's a creative take on a usually-morning dish.