Day of the Dead Bread (Pan de Muerto) is a traditional sweet bread, with its distinctive shape, and is commonly made as an offering during November 1 to 2. Aside from eating this deeply loved bread, Pan de Muerto often serves as an alter decoration to both honor and celebrate those who have died.
These Mexican street drinks are water-based fruit drinks that are a good way to make your fresh fruit go further. Agua Fresca is such a good alternative to sodas and you could even substitute sparkling water for plain if you prefer the bubbles.
Delicious grilled pineapple and chicken street tacos for a quick weeknight dinner? Yes please! Top with a yogurt based avocado crema. Make the avocado crema ahead of time, up to 3 days, and store in the fridge until ready to use.
This is seriously an easy and healthy chili recipe and great for these still chilly days. I like to serve this chili with cilantro, jalapeño, sour cream, grated cheese, and fresh baked cornbread.
Grab your slow cooker, toss in the ingredients and make dinner that requires virtually no work.
What to do with all of those tomatoes? Make this super easy pico de gallo recipe for a fresh side that goes with so many things.
Mexican Street Corn Salad is an excellent summer side dish. You get the classic flavors of Mexican Street Corn, but served as an easy salad.
These Loaded Tortilla Bowls are so versatile. You can add your favorite ingredients and leave out what you don’t like.