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Mexican

  • Spicy Clam Chorizo Pasta

    Clams work their way into plenty of dishes in the Baja Peninsula of Mexico, which is where the chef Pati Jinich picked up this recipe for pasta con salsa picante de chorizo y almejas.…

  • Chipotle, Peanut and Sesame Seed Salsa

    This nutty, spicy salsa with the tang of vinegar is from Veracruz, Mexico, where it’s called salsa macha. Use it to liven up roasted vegetables or grilled meats. It’s especially great on lamb chops…

  • Tacos de Picadillo

    In Texas, picadillo is a ground-beef mixture that can be tucked into tacos, stuffed into peppers or burritos, or even eaten like stew with tortillas. Adán Medrano, a chef and writer whose work focuses…

  • Cranberry Sauce Salsa

    Cranberry Sauce Salsa, Serve with enchilada pie or with a bowl of tortilla chips.…

  • Cochinita Pibil

    The traditional way to make Yucatecan cochinita pibil is to bury a pig in a steaming, smouldering, stone-lined pit and cook it slowly for many hours. The pork has first been marinated with a…

  • Grilled Corn With Cheese, Lime and Chile (Elote)

    Whole ears of corn are a classic street food in Mexico, where they are either grilled or boiled, then often dressed with some combination of lime, chile, mayonnaise and grated cheese. This grilled version…

  • Roasted Potato Hash

    I had one of the great breakfasts. It is this recipe, and you can easily double, and serve with just about anything, especially fried eggs. Omit the bacon if it’s not your game, and…

  • Slow Cooked Mexican Pork with Cilantro Slaw

    The key to a succulent and delicious slow cooked meal is browning your meat prior to cooking. This technique applies to most methods of cooking meat, but, it is extremely important when slow cooking…

  • Slow-Cooked Pork in Tequila

    It’s a fairly simple recipe, calling for pork butt and ribs to be cooked slowly on the stove-top in a chili sauce, then finished up with a quick simmer in tequila. The book recommends…