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    I learned this recipe from Rick Bayless, one of my favorite chefs. It is very unconventional, but the results are consistently delicious. It is a little more time consuming than my "Easy Mexican Rice" posted on this site, but well worth the effort, if you want to serve the very best accompaniment to your enchiladas, tamales or chiles rellenos.

    Recipe #328431

    I've been using this quick and easy recipe for years to accompany Mexican-inspired meals. You probably have everything in your pantry to try it for dinner tonight.

    Recipe #328422

    1 Reviews |  By Deja A

    I brought along this sweet-and-savory Chicken Salad on a camping trip and my brother-in-law whined that he hated chicken salad. Needless to say, he gobbled up the sandwiches without complaint! It makes for a beautiful luncheon or shower dish, particularly served with petite rolls or over lettuce leaves and topped with ripe avocado. By the way....Mindy's my hairdresser; her husband loves to make this salad.

    Recipe #328301

    2 Reviews |  By Deja A

    When I want to get dinner on the table in a hurry, I pull this out of my arsenal. A cut above for a quick meal. For those fans of Mexican food, this quickie will not disappoint.

    Recipe #263505

    1 Reviews |  By Deja A

    Perfect accompaniment to a Mexican meal or just chips and salsa.

    Recipe #260831

    2 Reviews |  By Deja A

    Whenever I have overripe bananas, I always make this easy cake. You always have all of the ingredients on hand and it mixes up in a hurry. This recipe works for cupcakes, loaf pans, 9 x 13 pyrex or 8 or 9 inch layer cake pans. Frost with your favorite cream cheese or buttercream recipe.

    Recipe #260731

    There are tons of chile relleno casserole recipes out there. I like this one because it uses so few ingredients and simple preparation. It never fails to please.

    Recipe #260727

    2 Reviews |  By Deja A

    Making pancakes from scratch is easier than you'd think. These are light as air.

    Recipe #260724

    This shrimp cocktail is similar to the ones served in Mexico with a thinner sauce. Delicious as a first course or appetizer.

    Recipe #260723

    7 Reviews |  By Deja A

    Purchasing marinated mushrooms at a deli can be quite expensive. These will rival any that you can buy and will save you a ton of money! These make a wonderful addition to an antipasto platter.

    Recipe #167137

    14 Reviews |  By Deja A

    From www.TopSecretRecipes.com This recipe is a copy-cat of the wonderful avocado sauce served at El Pollo Loco restaurants. It is great with taquitos, chicken or shrimp quesadillas. Don't expect an extremely thick guacamole, this is a thinner salsa--the consistency of the sauce you usually get with taquitos. Also, the heat of fresh jalapenos varies greatly. If you like milder salsas, remove the seeds; if you like it hot, don't bother removing them.

    Recipe #167136

    I got this simple recipe from Epicurious.com and it never fails to please. It is better if served soon after making. It is an excellent accompaniment to fish, chicken, shrimp, fried wontons or just plain old tortilla chips!

    Recipe #167133


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