Flavorful flank steak marinated in fresh garlic and black peppercorns and worshestershire topped with charred tomatillo salsa, all rolled in homemade corn tortillas with a little cilantro and lime for garnish. This modern twist on a mexican classic will inspire you to stay in on taco night.
2. Chicken Tinga Tacos
Roasted shredded chicken simmered in a traditional smokey Mexican tomato sauce. Topped with queso fresco, sour cream and fresh avocado - all rolled into homemade corn tortillas. Enjoy!
3. South American Brunch
Jamie's fresh and tasty brunch recipe uses a great South American staple food -- Quinoa. It's got loads of health benefits and if you've never tried it before give it a go for something that little bit different.
4. Chicken Fajitas
EAT IT is a brilliant home cook who has been doing some lovely simple recipe videos. Its now up to you.... what would you like him to cook for you?
5. Healthy Homemade Guacamole
Why buy guacamole from the store, when you can make this delicious and healthy recipe in under 15 minutes? Follow Dr. Maya Adam in this Grokker Premium video as she shows you how to make an easy and tasty homemade guacamole from scratch.
6. Vegetarian Enchilada
This year, for Cinco de Mayo, I finally managed to get it together enough to plan (a whole 48 hours in advance) with our friend Carlos to share his mom's avocado enchiladas recipe aka Enchiladas Banderas. We've been talking about doing this recipe for over a year, since the first time he made these for us at our friend Amalia's house. Dayummm. They good, alright. Vegetarian, healthy, fast, fresh (and cheap if you live in Guadalajara, or somewhere else where avocados literally grow on trees) these vegetarian enchiladas are definitely a new weekly special around my house.
7. Tortilla Soup
A classic Mexican favorite, we thought fall was the perfect time to highlight how to make this warm, rich soup!
This ingredient combination happens to be one of my favorite combos for a perfect guacamole.
10. Taco Pasta Salad Recipe
The taco flavors of this pasta salad comes from the salsa and the taco seasonings so be sure to use a really good brand of both. I used a smokey salsa from the deli that was full of flavor and spices and a homemade taco seasoning mix. Because of this I didn’t have to add in any additional seasonings like cumin, paprika, salt, pepper, etc. If your salsa is on the blah side you may need to spruce up the noodles by adding in some spices like cummin, chili powder, oregano, fresh garlic, etc. The noodles should taste flavorful enough by themselves.