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    Zaar=Viva la Mexicana and TexMex!

    These are recipes from Mexico and also ones with Latin American influence.
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    A yummy way to have so good for you roasted vegetables with a creamy kicked up sauce. From Giada at Home EPISODE: Feel-Good Food.

    Recipe #514717

    For those of you who have never had a crunchwrap yourselves, here is a description straight from Taco-Bell's website: "A warm, soft, flour tortilla filled with seasoned beef (or beans), warm nacho cheese sauce, a crunchy tostada shell, reduced fat sour cream, lettuce and tomatoes and then wrapped up and grilled for maximum portability." This is a vegetarian version that is so yummy! If you want to make a normal style crunchwrap, simply substitute the beans for beef in this recipe. I also chose to use real cheddar instead of nacho cheese. The computer wouldn't let me say tostada shells, so I put it in parenthesis. From Stuff That's Useful. Go to http://stuffthatsuseful.blogspot.com/2011/06/recipe-taco-bell-crunchwrap-supreme.html for step by step pictures.

    Recipe #514709

    From Bobby Flay's Barbeque Addiction, Argentina on the Grill. Yum!

    Recipe #507467

    Peaches, which are peaking right now, are high in antioxidants like vitamin C and lycopene, making them a beauty food and an immune-system booster. So if stress from the week (or packing for vacation) is making your skin dull and your head throb, let the free-radical-fighting fruit give you a boost. Basil elevates both the flavor of the fruit and your mood with its anti-anxiety benefits. And coconut milk creates a creamy, tropical swirl and lends even more calming benefits thanks to 89 mg of magnesium per cup, ideal for getting a good night’s sleep. From Well and Good.

    Recipe #506499

    A decadent raw truffle featuring almonds, dates and cocoa powder, and a touch of cinnamon, nutmeg and cayenne.

    Recipe #506204

    I love salad, especially in the summer using fresh produce from the garden! Summertime means lots of salads, but this is one of my very favorites. It makes a bunch, so throw it together and take it to a friend's, a picnic, or church potluck! Adapted almost exactly from authenticsuburbangourmet.com and posted on What I Ate, which is where I found it.

    Recipe #506151

    Healthy and yummy! Chia seeds have more antioxidents than blueberries. The consistency of the chia seeds is like the pulp of the limes Recipe courtesy Marcela Valladolid Show: Mexican Made Easy, Episode: Marcela's Taco Stand

    Recipe #505787

    Enchilada sauce provides a lot of flavor and is a great way to change up nachos.

    Recipe #505463

    This sauce is popular in South America and the Caribbean. It is usually served with meat such as barbequed chicken or steak but it also tastes great on baguette or other fresh bread. From Baltic Maid.

    Recipe #505382

    Spicy black bean enchiladas with green chilis, sour cream, cheese and firey red enchilada sauce. Perfect alongside fajita veggies and guacamole. Simple, transportable, affordable, and great for pleasing a large crowd. I like to change it up sometimes and use green enchilada sauce. From the Minimalist Baker.

    Recipe #504547

    Sweet and slightly spiced Mexican Hot Chocolate with a cool, creamy dollop of coconut whipped cream. I have included the recipe for coconut whipped cream. It's really easy to make. Prep time does not include chill time for coconut whipped cream. Adapted from Minimalist Baker.

    Recipe #504526

    Guiltless cheesy seasoned fries topped with veggie bacon, jalapenos and scallions served with a cool low-fat buttermilk ranch on the side. So when it's cheese fries you are craving, make them yourself and you'll save hundreds of calories and have better portion control preparing it yourself. A half order at Chili's is a whopping 1260 calories and 89 grams of fat, yikes!! This recipe is a serving for two, if you want to make this into a meal, why not serve a large fresh garden salad on the side, with more ranch dressing! You'll have those carbs you crave and feel completely satisfied. Leave the skin on for added fiber, and this recipe uses a full fat cheddar so that the cheese melts beautifully, Just use less of it and it will be great. if you prefer using reduced fat cheese, Cabot and Sargento are two brands that are good to use. I have tweaked the recipe, using veggie bacon. From skinny taste.

    Recipe #504132

    In this drink, the pineapple skin and core simmers with the rice and water to extract maximum flavor. Then add extra pieces of pineapple goodness to amp up the flavor. Puree with a sprinkling of sugar and you’re done.

    Recipe #502447

    This will put a smile on your face and happiness in your heart. I have used non dairy milk to make this vegan, but the Mexicans traditionally use dairy milk. The rice, almonds and cinnamon stick will have to sit in water overnight, so make it the night before you have it for breakfast. Gleaned and enjoyed from Global Table Adventure.

    Recipe #502328

    The refreshing, tropical drink is made with an easy, homemade lemongrass syrup, a swirl of coconut milk, and a splash of water (or ice, if making a slushie). Dawet originates from Asia, and is especially popular in Indonesia. The drink was brought to Suriname and popularized as a result of colonization and immigration. The slushie is popular among street vendors. The lemongrass syrup makes a nice gift given in a pretty bottle.

    Recipe #502287

    Avena means oats in English and it’s a traditional Colombian drink that is rich, creamy and delicious. Great with breakfast or you could serve it at any time of the day. I use almond or soy milk to make this vegan. Use your preferred milk. From my columbian recipes.

    Recipe #501597

    The perfect drink for a cold cold night. From Oh she glows.

    Recipe #500371

    This versatile Peruvian potato dish makes a great light meal or a fine addition to a buffet spread. Causa can be layered with any number of fillings — chicken salad and tuna salad are favorites. Vegetarian fillings are posted here too. I put tuna salad in the ingredients so the computer would post it, vegetarian salad wouldn't go through. Served cold, causa rellena is often topped with extravagant garnishes and sauces for a colorful presentation. From whats4eats.

    Recipe #500059

    Llapingachos (yah-peen-GAH-chos) are a popular side dish in the highlands of Ecuador. They are often served with fried eggs and a simple salad of lettuce, tomato and avocado. Sometimes sausages and a side of rice are added to make a full and typically Ecuadorian meal.

    Recipe #500058

    Cuáker is a popular and healthy children's drink in Ecuador. Its name is the Spanish version of the name of the company most famous for selling oats and oatmeal. Beverages based on oats are popular throughout Central and South America. From whats4eats.

    Recipe #500057

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