Mexicrave ~ Adriana Torres

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Made with simple and fresh ingredients, Mexican Cod Ceviche is another recipe that is perfect for this time of year. Various regions throughout Mexico prepare ceviche differently and there are many other variation throughout South America as well. This is one of the most common recipes you’ll find served in restaurants and food stands.

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Tinga is a chicken dish that originated in Puebla, Mexico. It’s perfect for tacos, tostadas, salads, or even as a topping for nachos. There are various ways to prepare this dish but the recipe below is simple and easy to prepare and it contains all of the main ingredients that make this dish so popular. This recipe can easily feed a group of six so adjust the ingredients according to the number of guests… Read More

There are many variations of the famous tortilla soup but if you visit a restaurant in Mexico, this is the version you are most likely to find on the menu. It’s also my favorite. The broth is a simple concoction of tomatoes, onion, garlic, and spices. Homemade tortilla chips are the star of this dish although it is also common to add pork rinds. The pasilla peppers add a bitter smokey bite… Read More

  Fish tacos are a favorite in our home and this recipe is just one of the many we make during this time of year. Top off your tacos with your favorite salsa and serve with avocado and lime slices. It’s a perfect recipe for cookouts and even your next camping trip as it can be made in one pan from start to finish and all of the ingredients are easy to… Read More

Growing up, potato and ground beef tacos were a favorite among my siblings. To mix things up, I make different salsas each time. Today I made a flavorful avocado and jalapeno salsa that tasted amazing with the homemade taco shells. The idea of mixing potato and beef is to keep the meat from escaping the taco but it also adds phenomenal flavor. So grab the Coronas, invite some friends, and make these today! Ingredients:                                                          … Read More

These flautas are great and I purchased all the ingredients for under fifteen dollars. This recipe serves four. If you’re feeling wild, make a few shredded beef or shredded chicken. Serve with a side of Spanish rice and beans if desired. Ingredients: 16 corn tortillas two large potatoes, peeled and diced four cups shredded cabbage four tomatoes, sliced thin ½ refrigerated table cream or sour cream two avocados 2 teaspoons salt 1… Read More

  These shredded beef tostadas are delicious. Try them with shredded chicken or skip both and pile on more avocado and beans for a vegetarian lunch or dinner. Ingredients – 8 corn tostadas (if you can not find these in your grocery store, use corn tortillas. Bake the corn tortillas at 350 degrees for five to seven minutes or until crisp. Do not use flour tortillas.) – 1 lb. brisket flat cut –… Read More