Top Rated Mexican Recipes

Mexican Fudge
This fudge uses Mexican chocolate, which contains cinnamon, giving this fudge a pleasantly spicy kick to its aftertaste.
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Mexican Corn Salad
This fresh summer salad is the best way to use up all that beautiful corn.This recipe is courtesy of Molly Yeh.
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mexican mule
If you appreciate a good cocktail, you’ve likely had a Moscow mule with vodka, ginger beer and lime in a shiny copper mug. Try it with tequila instead and you’ve got yourself a Mexican mule.This recipe is courtesy of Reed’s Ginger Beer.
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Horchata
Make this Mexican horchata using all natural ingredients for a guilt-free, wholesome, iced drink.This recipe is courtesy of Food Renegade.
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4.5
cauliflower rice
Traditional Mexican rice, a common side dish, provides 250-300 calories and upwards of 55 grams of carbohydrates per one-cup serving. A simple, substitution that’s lower in calories and carbohydrates is using cauliflower in place of standard rice. One cup of cauliflower provides less than 30 calories and approximately five grams of carbohydrates, and it is an excellent source of vitamins C and K. You can easily make cauliflower rice in your food processor or using a food grater. See the recipe below.This recipe is provided by Jennifer Christman, RDN, LDN, CPT at Medifast.
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Mexican Lasagna
Be forewarned: This lasagna is properly hot. If you "don't do spicy food," feel free to cut down the amount of chipotles en adobo, or to omit them entirely. But, if you're a fellow fire-breather like me, you'll notice that contrary to what a lot of people say about spicy food, the flavors don't get drowned out in this dish. That's because there are plenty of robust flavors to stand up to all the heat — freshly ground cumin, rich freshly grated Monterey Jack cheese, and poblano peppers charred over an open flame. It's all in the details on this one. Click here to see 6 Irresistible Lasagna Recipes.
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Egg Cups
A delicious egg recipe featuring Almond Breeze milk. 
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Rampope is Mexican eggnog that hails from Puebla, Mexico. It is enjoyed on holidays such as Cinco de Mayo and Christmas. It is traditionally spiked with rum. This recipe follows tradtion, resulting in a strong, sweet beverage that'll make it hard to stop with one glass! 
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Mexican Popcorn
You’ll be surprised by how addictive this spicy and sweet popcorn is. It’s a perfect snack for every movie night in.This recipe is courtesy of Macheesmo.
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Raw Chicken
"I feel that canned or packaged 'broth' is not an acceptable substitute for homemade stock… ," wrote Joe Gracey in offering this recipe, "because those products tend to be full of MSG, salt, [and] false and even bizarre ingredients that do more harm than good to the final result… I… make constant use of French-style classic stocks in my cooking, but this one has fewer ingredients and a more straightforward flavor. A classic French stock would add celery, carrot, parsley, thyme, and bay, and the meat would be roasted first to brown it. This Mexican-style broth uses fewer ingredients and leaves more room on the palette to color the final dish. When you taste this broth, it will seem very delicate, almost a non-flavor, but it marries with the other ingredients to create a glorious end result."
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Frozen Mexican Chocolate Mousse
Don't be fooled — even though it's frozen, this dessert packs some heat. Serve à la mode to mellow out the fire. If you can't find Mexican chocolate (such as Ibarra), adding equal parts cinnamon and cayenne pepper to regular baking chocolate is a good substitute. Click here to see more D.I.Y. Frozen Desserts. 
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Smoky, spicy, and sweet, this smoothie packs a lot of flavors, but none of them are kale-flavored.   Read more about How to Make Kale Smoothies You Actually Want to Drink Learn How to Make a Smoothie.
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