This idea for a portable fajita tapas bar is part taco-night and part date-night. Throw in a couple of kids and you’ve got the makings of a memory-maker.
This soup is sparking on all cylinders. Comfort factor? Check. Protein rich? Check. Immunity booster? Check. Carbohydrate happiness factor? Check, check, and check.
This soup will work quite nicely as a brunch dish, a lunchtime treat, or a savory side dish at dinnertime. Keep the main protein light with poached chicken, baked fish, or strips of rotisserie chicken that you picked up at the supermarket on the way home. Dinner is served.
Huevos Rancheros, also known as Rancher’s Eggs, are a deliciously hearty breakfast meal. Huevos Rancheros are traditionally and historically served as a mid-morning fare in rural Mexico with tortilla and a tomato chili sauce. We are bucking from tradition a bit by offering these Rancher’s Eggs cooked with a spicy tomato sauce and served over rice.
This recipe is a combination of all of these: ooey gooey, comforting carbs, touch of vegetables, balanced, impressive, easy, satisfying and affordable. Perfect as a main course or as a supporting side dish. Your choice. Either way, you win.
One way to take the stress out of having people over is to create meals that can be done in advance. The stove and warmer can do all the work for you while you spend time with your loved ones. This counts for weeknight dinnertime as well. Make a double batch of these Mexican rice-stuffed chicken rolls, bake and then freeze for a future time.
These mini cheeseball bites have a touch of spicy with salsa as a supporting ingredient and a delightful surprise with rice as a main ingredient. That’s right, rice!
This recipe takes a large sized baking pan taco casserole and shrinks it down into individual personal-sized taco casseroles. And, just like their grown up versions, everybody loves them. They’re pretty easy to make ahead of time and reheat.
The preparation of the salad just couldn’t be any easier. Plus, since it does not contain any dairy, it makes a terrific dish for those summertime celebrations: picnics, family reunions, church supper and pool parties we all enjoy so much.
Choose whatever vegetables you have fresh from your garden or the farmers market. We prefer to blanch the sturdier vegetables such as broccoli and peppers since we think it tenderizes them and brightens their flavor. Instead of chicken, try pork, shrimp or beef in place of the chicken if you like.