Cheese QuesadillasPrepare these kid-friendly quesadillas on the grill for a smoky flavor and pretty presentation. Stuff with cooked chicken breast, veggies, or additional cheese, if desired.
Black Bean TostadasFeel free to riff on this recipe by adding whatever you have on hand, including lettuce, halved cherry tomatoes, or chopped cucumber.
Mexican Chorizo HashThis breakfast-for-dinner skillet gets heat from spicy Mexican chorizo. Don't stir the potatoes too much as they cook so they crisp in the pan.
Spicy Tortilla Soup with Shrimp and AvocadoChipotle chile and fire-roasted tomatoes lend smokiness to this speedy tortilla soup recipe.
Speedy Huevos RancherosYou can make delicious Huevos Rancheros in minutes if you use store-bought salsa and canned refried beans.
Lime-Cilantro Pork TacosThis one-dish skillet supper takes very little time to prepare. Fill warmed soft tacos with the spicy pork and onion mixture then finish with a squeeze of fresh lime juice.
Black Bean-Taco Salad with Lime VinaigretteThis no-cook salad is loaded with good-for-you veggies, roasted chicken breast, and crunchy chips. Prepare the vinaigrette up to 3 days ahead and store in an air-tight container in the refrigerator.
Black Bean and Chicken ChilaquilesThis traditional Mexican breakfast requires only 8 ingredients and can be enjoyed at any time of day. Serve with a mixed green salad topped with diced avocado, tomato wedges, and olives.
Chile-Cheese Rice BurritosRoll up flour tortillas with rice, cheese, and vegetables. This family favorite dish pairs well with a side of refried beans.
Turkey Tamale PotpieCapture the flavors of your favorite tamale recipe in a casserole. This hearty turkey tamale potpie takes under 40 minutes to prepare from start to finish.
Tex-Mex Beef TacosAdd some pizazz to traditional soft tacos by including corn kernels and black beans in the filling. The mixture also works well in crunchy corn taco shells.
20-Minute Chicken EnchiladasThis Mexican meal comes together quickly. All you have to do is prepare the sauce, shred a rotisserie chicken, and pop the enchiladas in the oven for a few minutes.