Mexican cuisine is more than just beans and rice.
Indigenous roots, Spanish influences and more variety than you can shake a maraca at – that's Mexican food.
You like variety! You like spice and cheese and all things delicious, right? Well then, there are so many great recipes for you to try. I worked really hard to limit myself to less than a million suggestions – and it was so, so hard. Check out some of these amazeballs Mexican-inspired foods that you can make easily in the comfort of your own casa!
Just look at these cute little cheesy beany circlets of goodness and be amazed at their disproportionately grande flavor.
You just need some tasty chorizo sausage, Progresso Vegetable Classics hearty black bean soup, Old El Paso chopped green chiles and cheesy cheese to make this delicioso dip.
Everybody loves thick and creamy white chicken chili. Old El Paso Chopped Green Chiles add just the right amount of heat to this one.
Old El Paso 25% less-sodium taco seasoning mix, chopped green chiles, and fat-free refried beans zazz up your boring ground beef and magically transform it into this delicious hotdish.
Old El Paso Thick ‘n Chunky salsa and chopped green chili are expected ingredients in the recipe. The cinnamon and bittersweet baking chocolate aren’t! Oh, I know you’re intrigued.
Like the universe, there are many different elements at play here and they all come together perfectly to create a delicious hoagie. You probably didn’t know that about the universe, did you? Whoops! Secret’s out.
Old El Paso Stand ‘N Stuff taco shells are the crunchy delivery system with which you usher these sweet and spicy shrimp and black bean tacos into your face.
First you add the Old El Paso taco seasoning mix into the ground beef, and then you bacon. It really is that simple and delicious. Okay, so there are other things too – but let’s focus on what’s important, shall we?
Savory vegetables and wonderfully melty cheese are warmly ensconced in Old El Paso flour tortillas, just waiting for you to nom them!
Old El Paso taco seasoning mix, original Bisquick mix, chicken and cheese are basically all you need to whip up this satisfying and savory dish.
Old El Paso taco seasoning mix and chopped green chiles add a little heat to this hearty breakfast item. Ole!
Admit it, you’d eat about five million of these and you’d be all like: “Hey, it’s cool cuz they’re tiny.” That is sound logic, friend; I like the way you think.