Cheesy Bean Burritos

Cheesy Bean Burritos

A hearty Mexican snack, these cheesy bean burritos will definitely satisfy your appetite. Filled with red beans, carrot, bell pepper, and other veggies, tucked in a rich tomato sauce, they’re by no means short on flavor. Plus, topping them with some extra mozzarella will make them de-li-ci-ous!

Spicy Rice Skillet with Bell Peppers and Red Beans

Spicy Rice Skillet With Bell Peppers and Red Beans

In case you want this delicious rice skillet on your table, you’ll need to pan-cook in butter, olive oil, and tomato sauce some bell peppers, celery, and onion. Toss baby corn, red beans, and cooked rice, and spice them heavily. Cooking ingredients together, lets them mingle their flavors, which results in a delicious and warming mixture.

Cheesy Omelet with Avocado Mash and Beans

Cheesy Omelet With Avocado Mash and Beans

Do you like waking up late on weekends and serve some fabulous omelets? This week you can start making this cheesy omelet, served with mashed avocado and beans. It’s a Mexican inspired breakfast, that will get you running in no-time.

Spiced Roast Tortilla With Guacamole

Want a healthier version of nachos? You can try making them out of tortilla wraps. Slice it into triangles, and cook it in the oven next to your favorite spices. Serve it with a homemade guacamole dip, and enjoy your new found healthy snack.

Veggie Omelet Tortillas

Let’s be realistic for a second! Nowadays, it’s not that hard to make a wonderful snack at home. So, first, make an omelet, with some chopped bell peppers, a chilli and a few olives. Don’t over do it, it should have the consistency of your regular scrambled eggs. When ready, add it in some oven baked tortillas, with a nice drizzle of yogurt sauce. We guarantee that you’ll enjoy it!

Turkey, Veggie and Feta Tacos

Tacos, like quesadillas and burritos, are great Mexican dishes, which you can very easily cook in your kitchen. There are countless recipes and variations on recipes you can choose from. Or you could invent your own. For moments when your culinary muse is nowhere to be found, try this recipe with turkey meat, bell peppers, celery, bulgur, and barbecue sauce. It wouldn’t be a taco without some cheese, so add some crumbled feta on top and you’re good to go!

Veggie and Chicken Tortilla

Got any leftover chicken from the day before? Don’t throw away and use it to create something new. Here’s something you should try at home and best thing about it is that in just 10 minutes you have yourself an even tastier meal. Enjoy!

Vegetarian Tacos

Summer will be soon upon us and what better way to celebrate the sunny times than a light and satisfying meal? So skip the meat and go veggie from time to time! This mushroom, zucchini, and bell pepper wrap, topped with yogurt, is nourishing and tasty. Not to mention the very definition of cool.

Turkey and Zucchini Tortilla Wrap

A delicious snack can be made with lots of different ingredients, even leftovers. You can use all kinds of leftover meats, like beef, pork, poultry. We’ve tried it with turkey and the result is excellent. Just heat the meat on the stove with a couple of veggies, and lay them on a warm tortilla, topped with a bit of yogurt. It’s cheap, refreshing, and delicious at the same time!

Watermelon Margaritas

Watermelon Margaritas

Want to cool off on a warm summer day? Then why not do it the Mexican way and try a homemade margarita? You don’t even need any fancy margarita makers. You can do it just with the help of a regular blender. Serve it with some crushed ice and fresh mint. They’re sure to drive the heat away!

BBQ Chicken Quesadilla

Quesadillas are pretty easy to make. All you have to do is fill a tortilla wrap with a mixture of meat and vegetables. Then you add cheese (that’s what the queso in quesadilla is for). Heat everything in your skillet and you’re good to go. If this is the first quesadilla you’re making, start with this recipe that uses BBQ chicken.

Oxtail Stew

If you’ve never tasted oxtail, try it by making this rich oxtail stew prepared with lots of veggies like potatoes, carrots and celery. You shouldn’t underestimate its taste, because it’s really good!

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