Top Rated Jicama Recipes

What could be more summer inspired than a watermelon salsa? This appetizer is great for entertaining and has a blend of light, refreshing flavors that your guests are sure to love. Recipe courtesy of Karen Kelly, Seasonal Cravings
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jicama smoothie
Sometimes called the Mexican yam, jicama can be used in pretty much any smoothie recipe. The sweet, mild, nutty flavor is an added bonus along with lots of vitamin C and fiber. Not to mention it is low in sodium, boosts digestive health, and adds great texture to this fruity smoothie. Courtesy of peacefuldumpling.com
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A salpicón is a brightly flavored salad that is used to garnish tostadas. Here, it is used as a garnish for a create-your-own-guacamole bar.
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If you’re serving a tough crowd (aka those who don’t eat meat), this is a really refreshing and satisfying way to serve up some steaks, if you will.
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We first served this dip at our very first New Year’s Eve party in New York City, and it was an instant hit. It has since become a cocktail party staple. If you don’t want to use lump crabmeat in the recipe, we have also successfully substituted in high-quality canned crabmeat.Perfect to serve at a risky-business themed party.Adapted from Lauren Purcell and Anne Purcell Grissinger's "Cocktail Parties, Straight Up!"
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Steak Salad
Steak can often feel like a heavy meal, so this recipe balances it out with a light, textured salad. It's perfect for a quick dinner or for impressing guests. The key to this recipe is the proper ingredients: you need fresh lettuce and crunchy jicama to ensure the salad stands out as much as the steak. Click here for Beef Recipes for Any Night of the Week
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Chipotle-Glazed Ham with Cherry-Jicama Salsa Recipe
Here’s a fantastic holiday glazed- ham with a Mexican-inspired twist that’s also fit to serve any time of the year for special occasion dinners.Click here to see A Mexican-Inspired Holiday Dinner.
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