Spice up your weeknight meal with these easy dishes, ready in 30 minutes or less
When Dungeness crab is in season, this dish is a decadent upgrade to the ordinary taco dinner.
Recipe: Crab Tacos
Who says breakfast can’t be made quickly and still satisfy you all day? All that’s missing is a Bloody Mary.
Recipe: Speedy Huevos Rancheros
Try this simple yet flavorful side salad with grilled tri-tip and warmed beans.
Recipe: Tomato Salad with Chile and Lime
What's better than a shrimp quesadilla? One that has bacon, of course.
Get the recipe: Shrimp and Bacon Quesadillas
Try this vegetarian version of tacos on your next meatless Monday; they're so good, you won’t miss the meat.
Recipe: Tofu Tacos
This is a delicious and easy appetizer to kick off any Mexican-themed party.
Recipe: Black Bean Tomatillo Dip
These are so popular that we know once you try them, they’ll be come a favorite in your home, too.
Recipe: Avocado Fries
This one-pan breakfast is a great dish to serve to guests staying the weekend.
Recipe: Mexican Eggs
Golden honey brings out corn's natural sweetness, while chipotle chiles keep things spicy and interesting.
Recipe: Honey-Chipotle Grilled Corn
Add a bit of kick the next time you grill chicken with these simple yet flavorful additions.
Recipe: Southwest Grilled Chicken and Avocado Melts
The fresh orange segments and creamy avocado add depth to this zesty bean soup.
Recipe: Black Bean Soup with Avocado, Orange, and Cucumber
These super-garlicky shrimp tacos are great on their own, or even better with a side of spicy salsa and some shredded cheese.
Recipe: Garlicky Shrimp-Cilantro Tacos (Tacos de Camarones al Mojo de Ajo)
Next time you make ceviche, try scallops instead of shrimp for a richer texture.
Recipe: Scallop Ceviche
A traditional Mexican mole sauce takes hours, but we tinkered with it and came up with a version that achieves similarly deep
flavors in a fraction of the time.
Recipe: Quick Chicken Mole
We never stop experimenting with tacos, and this sweet and savory version is our new favorite. To give the tortillas a smoky
edge, char them over a gas burner, under the broiler, or on the grill.
Recipe: Sweet Potato and Chorizo Tacos