Top Rated Mexican Recipes

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 Bread of the Dead (Pan De Muerto)
Pan De Muerto is a traditional Mexican sweet bread roll baked during the weeks leading up to Día de los Muertos, which is celebrated between October 31 and November 2. It is decorated with pieces representing skull and bones, and is placed on the altar as an offering to honor deceased souls during Day of the Dead celebrations.Recipe courtesy of Cacique
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4.5
Skip the trip to Chipotle and make this Mexican-inspired quinoa bowl complete with black beans, fire-roasted tomatoes, peppers, corn and more.This recipe is courtesy of Crock-Pot and Hugh Acheson.
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4.5
Gluten-Free Mexican Meat Loaf
Crushed corn tortilla chips stand in for the bread crumbs in this gluten-free meatloaf. Along with cilantro and salsa, the chips add a Mexican twist to this family-favorite dish.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
Mexican Style Meat Loaf
This Mexican-style meatloaf is packed with flavor from paprika, oregano and ground red pepper.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
Frozen Mexican Hot Chocolate
Who says hot chocolate is only for winter? This thick and creamy frozen Mexican hot chocolate is spiked with cinnamon and cayenne pepper for the ultimate summer drink.Recipe courtesy of Imperial Sugar. 
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4.5
Mexican-Style Beef Sausage Nachos
Top crunchy tortilla chips with Mexican-style beef sausage and your other favorite garnishes like olives, sour cream and sliced jalapeño peppers.Recipe courtesy of Beef. It's What's for Dinner.
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4.5
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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3.75
If you're plant-based or dairy free, an easy way to replicate the consistency and texture of eggs is by crumbling up tofu and making a scramble. This recipe combines the protein-rich soy product with peppers and onion but feel free to get creative and add other ingredients like jalapenos and avocado for garnish. 
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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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3.454545
Mexican bean pizza
Refried beans and reduced-fat cheese star in this super simple lunchtime staple. Courtesy of BeanInstitute.com
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3
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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