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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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    Healthy and so yummy! Love the dressing. This was one of the favorite recipes for 2012 on the Diva Dish blog.

    Recipe #498733

    Lots of nutrition and yummy too. The weather is warming up here in North Carolina and smoothies are a must in warm weather!

    Recipe #498598

    The ingredient list is long, but the spices come together quickly. It probably seems like a lot of heat but after you mix it in the with other ingredients, it tones down a lot. You may even want to add more spice! Vital wheat gluten is the protein found in wheat. It is the base for seitan, and can be found at Whole Foods and other heath food stores. You can also order online through places like Bob’s Red Mill. I get it at Ingles and Walmart. When you wrap them to bake, be careful not to get them too tight. This seitan version of chorizo is just as good as the “real” thing. I actually prefer it because it isn’t so greasy. Not to mention the nutritionals are a million times better. From Sprint2thetable.

    Recipe #498382

    This recipe intrigues me! A thick and creamy hot cocoa with a thick frothy foam on top, mimicking melted marshmallows. You will see a frothy foam form on top as you are mixing it. I recommend that you use Thai Kitchen's Pure Coconut Milk. It has no chemical additives or preservatives like some other brands. Placed here for safekeeping. From My Vegan Cookbook.

    Recipe #498277

    Want the flavor but not the dairy? A delicious and different jalapeno popper recipe. This vegan jalapeno popper recipe is different in a few ways. For one thing the jalapenos are blanched before baking them. This helps to make them more pliable before stuffing them and easier to bite into. Also the filling is created from almonds instead of using a fake vegan cream cheese. From My Vegan Cookbook.

    Recipe #498246

    A simple at home recipe for restaurant style queso dip, with spinach for extra flavor and nutrition. Saw this on pinterest, from the blog bakeyourday. Yum, good stuff!

    Recipe #496749

    A nice Mexican twist to the beloved grilled cheese sandwich.If you can't get the jalapeno cheese bread, try adding a little chopped chipotle pepper to the butter! Or add some sliced pickled jalapeno on top of the cheese on the bread. From Yahoo.com.

    Recipe #492452

    Full of protein and complex carbs and low in fat, just the thing for a warrior going into battle, or an average American returning from cooporate combat and looking for something quick and easy for dinner. Got this fromt the Chew cookbook, by Daphne Oz. Right up my alley!

    Recipe #491072

    From the blog, A Spicy Perspective, this has been stashed here for safekeeping. I've never grown tomatillos, but may have to now. :)

    Recipe #481641

    Delicious and so pretty to look at too! Served in the shell, this makes for a great light salad for parties, lunches, and at home! From Whole Living, January/February 2012.

    Recipe #481640

    I saw this on The Best Thing I Ever Made show on TV and it looked so good I had to get the recipe! Recipe courtesy Marcela Valladolid who hosts the Mexican Made Easy show. This recipe has some great reviews! If you like it really saucy double the cream sauce(recommended). If poblano peppers are too spicy for you replace them with red or green bell peppers or use Anaheim peppers. Note: super dark green and almost flat poblanos are supposed to have less heat. Not sure if this is true but going to give it a try next time. To cut the fat, I may try using soy milk and adding to a little roux(flour and butter) to thicken it up. One reviewer replaced the cream with vegetable stock. Feel free to add more corn and zucchini or other vegetables to give even more taste and nutrition.

    Recipe #479376

    The roasted garlic adds a richness to the smoky heat of the chipotle peppers in this hearty(and yummy!) soup. It improves as the flavors delvelop, so go ahead and make it a day or two ahead! Adapted from Fields of Greens cookbook.

    Recipe #465196

    As I venture more into vegan eating, I'm starting to use more quinoa and love the uniqueness of it! Here is a pretty and delicious salad, I hope you enjoy it. Adapted from The Vegan Chef.

    Recipe #460204

    A non alcoholic version of Tequila sunrise. I hope you enjoy :)

    Recipe #460107

    Who needs the booze with this yummy creation?

    Recipe #460069

    I have made some changes to the original recipe to my taste. I hope you enjoy! Serve with tortilla chips and salsa or guacamole, or with spanish rice and beans. To garnish you could use sour cream, peppers, onions, etc. Inspired by jonimarie.

    Recipe #459926

    I saw this on Food Network's The Best Thing I Ever Ate. Michael Simon was raving over it. It sounded so interesting I had to make it and just happened to have everything on hand(okay, I was out of cilantro, but didn't let that stop me). I didn't have the six pepper blend, but did have black, white and pink peppers, so used that in the pepper mill. This is very different from the traditional guacamole. The name of the episode, was the totally unexpected, after all. Adapted from Web Gangsta who recreated the recipe from Lopez Southwestern Kitchen in Cleveland, Ohio. http://thewebgangsta.com/index.php/2010/05/award-winning-recipe-for-cinco-de-mayo-guacamole-with-blue-cheese-and-bacon-inspired-by-food-network/

    Recipe #459477

    This Honduran staple, known as "pan de coco," is really a plump dinner roll. It's delicious served alongside a meal of rice, beans and fried plantains. Or enjoy a roll simply with a cup of coffee in the morning or afternoon. There's just enough of a nutty punch added to the rolls. This recipe was inspired by Euceria Bernandez, a baker and Whole Planet Foundation microcredit client. I found unsweetened shredded coconut at Walmart in the frozen section. Prep time is rising time.

    Recipe #456167

    A popular breakfast beverage in South America, make this mixture at night and reheat in the morning. It's a thick, slightly sweet drink full of nutrients and protein from the quinoa. From the Whole Planet Foundation. I haven't tried this yet, so putting it here for safekeeping! It sounds good!

    Recipe #456157

    Creamy with half and half and pureed chickpeas, the warm spice of cumin and garnished with cilantro. If you don't care for cilantro, use parsley. This recipe can be halved or doubled easily. Enjoy!

    Recipe #455640

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