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Like the land and its people, Mexican food is very vibrant too, loaded with flavourful and aromatic ingredients like bell peppers and chillies! Mexicans also love corn and beans cooked in tangy ways, mostly with loads of tomatoes and onions. Cheese is a must-have ingredient for Mexican cooking, used not only as a cooking ingredient but also as a garnish in dishes like Nachos with Cheese , Burritos, etc.
Salads made using beans and corn, teamed up with other ingredients like onions, garlic and lettuce, are a wonderful accompaniment to the main course. To get a taste of Mexican cuisine, try out Chimichangas, Mexican Fried Rice, Mexican Tacos, Chilli Bean Quesadillas and many more such delightful recipes contained in this section.
15 May 17
Stacked Enchiladas by Tarla Dalal
The favourite Mexican dish cooked in a different way.
05 May 17
05 May 17
Green Tomato Salsa, Diabetic Friendly by Tarla Dalal
Green tomatoes are blended with spring onions and garlic to provide the necessary flavours to make this healthy dip that is sure to be a hit when you're entertaining.
The addition of coriander adds further to its taste while providing
24 Apr 17
Tomato, Cabbage and Bean Soup by Tarla Dalal
Tangy tomatoes, crunchy cabbage and mealy beans come together with an aromatic and flavourful vegetable stock to create a truly delicious and satiating soup.
Have a small bowlful of this pepper-flavoured soup to kindle your appetite, or have much more to make it a meal in its own right, but alwa ....
22 Mar 17
Mexican Cheese Fajita, Veg Fajita by Tarla Dalal
A snack that is sure to make you drool, the Mexican Cheese Fajita combines the best of everything – wrap, spread and filling!
Here, tortillas are lined with creamy guacamole and juicy green salsa, and stuffed with a mouth-watering paneer mixture. The paneer filling combines cottage cheese with c ....
22 Feb 17
Chilli Bean Soup, Mexican Soup by Tarla Dalal
A spicy soup perfect for a winter’s day, yet not to spicy that it makes your eyes water!
The Chilli Bean Soup represents a delicate balance of tang and spice mellowed down with white sauce so every mouthful can be relished thoroughly.
You can also try other Mexican soups like
18 Feb 17
Mexican Fried Rice, Quick Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Quick, easy and snazzy, the Mexican Fried Rice is a recipe that will strike the right chord with everyone.
The peppy taste and strong aroma of ginger garlic paste along with the crunch of veggies and the tang of tomatoes makes this a really delectable treat for your palate.
The varied textur ....
30 Jan 17
Refried Beans Stuffed Whole Wheat Tortilla with Green Tomato Salsa by Tarla Dalal
In this fantabulous Mexican recipe, whole wheat tortillas get a double flavour boost – from the multi-textured refried beans stuffing, as well as from the tangy green tomato salsa.
The salsa is a real tongue-tickler, with spring onions, spice powders and other flavour enhancers like coriander an ....
14 Jan 17
Mexican Bean and Cheese Salad by Tarla Dalal
Beans are an integral part of Mexican cooking. From stuffing for burritos and tacos to salads and dips, beans are used in almost every other recipe.
Here is a scrumptious Mexican Bean and Cheese Salad in which two types of boiled beans are combined with an array of juicy as well as crunchy veggi ....
14 Jan 17
02 Jan 17
02 Jan 17
Sour Cream, Sour Cream with Curd by Tarla Dalal
One of the most useful ingredients in Mexican
cooking, Sour Cream gives the dish not only a tangy flavour but also a lusciously creamy mouth-feel.
Apart from being used in scrumptious Mexican recipes like Burritos
25 Dec 16
Whole Wheat Mexican Tortillas by Tarla Dalal
Well, have you always stayed off Mexican
food because the tortillas are made with maida and maize flour? Of course, both these ingredients are terrors for diabetics as they have a high glycemic indexes and can make blood sugar levels rise quickly.
Now, you ca ....
25 Dec 16
Burritos, Veg Whole Wheat Burritos, Diabetic Friendly by Tarla Dalal
This recipe proves that diabetics can have most of their favourite foods, provided they make some smart twists in the cooking method and ingredients.
Tortillas, which are like the pillars of Mexican cooking, are usually made with maize flour and maida, both of which are no-no for diabetics.
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