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Fideo is a type of Mexican pasta similar to angel hair pasta or vermicelli. The pasta is first fried with onion, then cooked in a spiced tomato sauce and served with grated cheese on top. An easy to make, typical Mexican dish.
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Picante sauce A great Mexican salsa that can be served with almost any dish. The sauce can be made mild, medium or hot by adjusting the amount of chili peppers used.
Pico de gallo (Fresh tomato salsa or Salsa fresca) Salsa, meaning sauce in Spanish, is a typical accompaniment for most Mexican dishes. There are many different types of salsas available, some cooked and some uncooked (fresh). The main ingredients of salsa are tomatoes, onion and chili peppers. Pico de gallo is a fresh tomato salsa, ideal for almost any Mexican dish.
Chili con carne, with tomatoes and wine Another classic chili con carne recipe that uses ground beef, the typical chili spices, tomatoes and red wine, among other ingredients. The chili is cooked slowly, for about 4 hours but the result is worth the wait. For a complete meal, serve this dish with fried rice, tortillas or mashed potatoes.
Huevos rancheros Huevos rancheros, literally meaning ranch eggs, is a traditional Mexican breakfast dish where eggs are cooked with salsa and served on tortillas.In this recipe, the eggs are cooked together with a tomato and spring onion sauce, flavoured with jalapeno peppers and oregano.
Pico de Gallo Salsa A recipe for Pico de Gallo, a salsa based on fresh tomatoes, onions and Serrano chile. Pico de Gallo is a typical condiment served with typical Mexican dishes such as enchiladas, chimichangas, burritos and fajitas.
Sirloin steak burritos Beef steak burritos is a classic Mexican dish, great for lunch or dinner. Flour tortillas are filled with a sirloin steak mixture, rolled up, topped with a chile sauce and cheese and baked in the oven. Burritos can be served with sour cream, salsa or other typical Mexican side dishes.
Homemade pico de gallo A basic uncooked Mexican tomato based salsa that can be served as an accompaniment with most Mexican dishes. The main ingredients in the salsa are fresh tomatoes, onion, garlic, coriander and jalapeno chiles. The salsa is best eaten fresh but can be kept for up to 24 hours in the refrigerator.
Southern style ketchup A Tex-Mex flavored ketchup recipe that is great for burgers, fries or any other food you eat with ketchup. This homemade ketchup uses the regular ketchup ingredients together with chipotle chiles in Adobo sauce. The chipotles give the extra smoky flavor to the ketchup and bring up the Southern flavor on food.
Chili Con Carne Another great beef chili recipe using a combination of minced and cubed beef, several spices and MSG, a flavor enchancer used widely in Asian cooking. For a better taste, refrigerate the chili for 24 hours. Reheat and serve.
Mexican salsa A typical, all purpose Mexican salsa, easy to make and great with most Mexican dishes. You can make it as mild or as hot as you like by adjusting the amount of jalapenos and chili powder used. This salsa will last for up to a week in the refrigerator.
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