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Stuffed Breakfast Peppers — What's Cooking, Mexico? I have mentioned before that for me breakfast is the most important meal of the day because: 1) my parents always made me eat breakfast before school, even if that meant waking up at 5:00 am when my first class was at 7:00 am, and 2) the health benefits of starting your day with a delicious meal are many.

Stuffed Breakfast Peppers — What's Cooking, Mexico?

However, there doesn’t seem to be as many ideas for breakfast as there are for lunches and dinners out there. That’s why I am always trying to come up with new things to make my breakfasts more exciting. Because, let’s face it, if your breakfast is not exciting, it is easier to skip it or opt for a less healthier option at the drive-thru or doughnut shop. Here I present to you these healthy and delicious bell peppers stuffed with Huevos con Chorizo. Stuffed Breakfast Peppers Author: Ben Recipe type: Breakfast Cuisine: Mexican Serves: 3 Pre-heat oven to 350°F.

¡Buen provecho! Campbell's Monterey Chicken Tortilla Casserole Recipe. Mexican Chicken Casserole. Sick of the Mexican dishes yet lol?

Mexican Chicken Casserole

This is a recipe I've been making for years, I have no idea where it originated from. One of our favorites by far, and the best part is you can stock up on the ingredients when they're on sale. Bonus! Mexican Chicken Casserole1-2 cups cooked, cubed chicken1/2 packet taco seasoning1 can black beans, drained1 can corn, drained with juice reserved3/4 cup salsa1 1/2 cups crushed tortilla chips1 cup shredded cheddar. Sunday Chili. This recipe is an irreplaceable staple in my house.

Sunday Chili

There’s just absolutely nothing more satisfying or comforting than a bowl of chili, topped with melting cheese, sour cream and zingy guacamole. I call it Sunday Chili because it’s a dish you can throw in the oven during the day, go off and do your Sunday chilling, come back a few hours later and serve up a supper dreams are made of! Chili recipes are pretty controversial things, surprisingly enough! People like different cuts of meat, different flavours, some like a dark, dry chilli and others a much thinner, brighter, saucy chilli. This is one I’ve made since my school days, so I make no claim that it’s traditional… but good god, it’s good!

Rich, deep, spicy flavours, a smooth texture and a gentle lift from the fresh tomato kick at the end. My top secret ingredient? Proper chocolate. The Saint Lucians make some of the best chocolate in the world, but don’t limit themselves to baking cakes and warming up hot chocolate. A pot with a lid Olive oil. Mexican (Very) Vegetable and Bean Soup with Jalapeño-Herb Topping.

This easy, slightly spicy (although the heat is really up to you) soup can be made with whatever is seasonal.

Mexican (Very) Vegetable and Bean Soup with Jalapeño-Herb Topping

The main thing to keep it vaguely on a Mexican wave(length) is actually the herbs, lime and pickled jalapenos – all easily obtained year round. Do adjust to your own palate, although I have deliberately kept it on the family-friendly end of the spectrum. “For once”, you might legitimately add. ;-) Enjoy xx. Spanish Rice Recipe. Cancel TOP Filters What's in Your Fridge?

Spanish Rice Recipe

Browse By: Next Recipe Stumped for dinner? Recipe Box Grocery List Print Share Total Time 30mins Prep 15 mins Cook 15 mins This is one of the most simple recipes to prepare and has a great flavor. Skip to Next Recipe Ingredients Nutrition 1 1⁄2 cups uncooked white rice 2 cloves garlic (minced) 2 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 small onion (chopped) 4 ounces cans tomato sauce 2 1⁄2 cups chicken broth 1 teaspoon cumin Check Out Our Top North American Recipe Directions Brown rice in oil using a 4 quart sauce pan Add chopped onion, minced garlic and cumin. Reviews See All Reviews Write A Review Most Helpful I have been trying several rice recipes, trying to satisfy my DS, who loves the rice at restaurants. Esto sabe delicioso. ¡ Me encantó! We just loved this!! MEXICAN LASAGNE.

Mexican Corn on the Cob. Memorial day weekend in AZ = pool + BBQ time.

Mexican Corn on the Cob

And what is a BBQ without corn on the cob? NOT a BBQ at all. I used to love my corn simple (with butter, salt and pepper, and maybe some Cholula hot sauce if I’m feeling extra spicy)… UNTIL I discovered Mexican street corn. Unfortunately, I didn’t discover Mexican street corn on the streets of Mexico, but on Pinterest. Same thing, really. So let me tell you about Mexican corn: piping hot corn is coated with mayonnaise, sprinkled with chili powder, and garnished with cotija cheese and cilantro. It’s sweet yet savory, salty, spicy, and citrusy all at the same time. You can grill the corn, which is the more traditional way of eating this, but on hot summer nights like tonight, I like to boil by corn in my air conditioned kitchen. Here it is, the star of your next BBQ.