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    This can be served in a burrito or with rice and beans. The meat comes out very tender in a mild sauce. Don't forget the avocado and a cold Mexican Beer. Prep time is an estimate.

    Recipe #205707

    These are scrambled eggs with a Mexican twist that can be served any time of the day. They don't require baking time however; they are slipped under the broiler to melt the cheese. Sometimes I heat the tortillas briefly in the microwave before dipping in the sauce to keep them from cracking when rolling them up. Recipe is from Sunset Mexican Cook Book.

    Recipe #205897

    These eggs are good enough to serve for dinner. Super quick to prepare! From Real Simple magazine.

    Recipe #200885

    I've made and eaten my fair share of tamales and these are the best sweet tamales I have ever eaten! This is an Emeril Lagasse recipe and has become a new family tradition. My DBF suggested that next year we only make these and skip the pork tamales! I didn't use the banana leaves but instead soaked about 40 corn husks in warm water for 1/2 an hour and used those.

    Recipe #200725

    Recipe from The Mayo Clinic Williams Sonoma Cookbook.

    Recipe #197586

    This requires very little prep. time and is a favorite of those who try it! Has a hint of orange flavor.Serve with salsa, sour cream, and guacamole. From a grocery story circular.

    Recipe #194194

    This salsa would be good with chips, on your eggs, or with any Mexican meal. Be careful of the vapor while the chiles are cooking because it will get ya!

    Recipe #191895

    Left over turkey? This is the $400 winner from the BH&G magazine November 2006. Prep time is an estimate.

    Recipe #191156

    This is wonderful served with banana churros. What a wonderful way to top off a Mexican dinner- or maybe eat instead of dinner! Recipe is from Today's Kitchen Cookbook and recipe is by Ivy Stark

    Recipe #218903

    Sweet fried dough that is wonderful for dessert or breakfast. These are best served warm and have a mild banana flavor. Recipe slightly adapted from Ivy Stark. Prep & Servings are an estimate. These are wonderful served with Mexican Banana Splits.

    Recipe #218750

    This is party food from the Cinco de Mayo Party article in Sunset magazine. Recipe courtesy Thomas Schnetz the owner of a popular Oakland restaurant. If you like garlic, and you like shrimp, you'll love this recipe!

    Recipe #225100

    My BF said this was the best rice he had ever eaten. I adapted this recipe from a Sunset Mexican Cookbook. This recipe can easily be cut in half.

    Recipe #212380

    I'm posting this because my mom found a recipe for enchiladas on this site and could not find adobo seasoning in the market. She found a jar of adobo similar to mole but it would have turned her enchiladas verdes into enchiladas negros. This is a seasoning mix I found on the web from The Daisy Cooks show on PBS.

    Recipe #211317

    This is something like a soup crossed with a stew. It can be a little messy to eat. This recipe is from a now closed taqueria in San Francisco.

    Recipe #210697

    From Sunset Magazine. Cook time includes chill time.

    Recipe #207612

    This is as pretty on the inside as it is on the outside. It is a little drier than most tres leches cakes so if you are looking for a very wet tres leches you might want to try another recipe. If you are looking for a cake that will impress your guests you should give this a try. You can find evaporated goat milk right next to the canned condensed and evaporated milk in the grocery isle. This cake is time consuming but worth it! Recipe from Sunset May 2007.

    Recipe #228143

    The "sauce" is what makes these quesadillas unique. Serve with Pico de gallo or your favorite salsa. Directions for both a grill or stovetop. From Sunset Magazine

    Recipe #187788

    Courtesy of Gourmet Magazine. This is like a cross between pumpkin pie and flan. It is easy to make and looks impressive. You can use recipe #78053 or recipe #108469 for the whipped cream. Prep time includes refrigeration.

    Recipe #181973

    This recipe is adapted from San Francisco Flavours. Although they do take some time to make, these enchiladas are a delicious way to get your veggies in!

    Recipe #181743


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