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Mexican and Tex-Mex food is spicy and rich. Not much of it is vegetarian, however, so eating out at restaurants can be tricky. Fortunately, many classic Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes can be made vegetarian with simple subsitutions.
You can either make these burritos yourself or put the ingredients on the table and let everyone build their own.
Black beans, zucchini, and a bit of cheese folded into tortillas – this may be the best quesadilla you’ve ever tasted.
There’s no set recipe for breakfast burritos – you can stuff them with pretty much anything you like. This recipe is for a basic breakfast burrito that you can customize to suit your own tastes.
Cheese enchiladas are very rich and filling, but if you’re a cheese lover like me, they’re one of the best dishes to get your fix.
Everyone seems to love “build it yourself” meals, and fajitas are a delicous way to do this. Hot fillings and cold toppings are served with tortillas so that you can mix and match your own fajitas.
These flour tortillas are quick and easy, but don’t skimp on the resting times – they are the key to soft, pliable tortillas.
Is it a dip or a condiment? That depends – are you eating it as a snack with tortilla chips or on top of a sandwich or burrito? Either way, guacamole is delicious, nutritious, and – unfortunately – quite fattening.
Black beans and cilantro give this veggie burger recipe a definite south-of-the-border flair.
A blend of sweet, sour, and spicy makes this peach salsa an unusual and delicious summertime condiment.
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