Roasting tomatillos softens their sourness while adding a little sweetness, making them the ideal topping for chicken and zucchini.
An electric pressure cooker makes great chili in a snap, and it can also bake up delicious corn bread at the same time. When cooked, the top of the corn bread will appear pale, but the bottom will be golden brown — just invert it onto a serving plate for the best presentation.
These authentic, Mexican shrimp tacos will leave you craving more! Smokey chipotle flavors and creamy, no-fuss guacamole in the center, it’s what you would find at a restaurant, but in the comfort of home. Add easy guacamole to all your taco recipes.
There’s nothing that says breezy beach barbecue like fish tacos. In this recipe, we layer grilled cod with poblanos, avocados and gremolata, a mix of fragrant chopped herbs, garlic and lime zest. We chop the herbs by hand here, but feel free to pulse ingredients in the food processor if you prefer.
This lighter take on chili is made without tomatoes, leaving room for fiber-rich greens. We’ve kept the spices mild to please many palates, but you can easily add more chile powder if you prefer a spicier dish – here at the CE office, we love this meal smothered in hot sauce!
Layering half of the cheddar inside this casserole ensures every bite is cheesy. Ancho chile powder gives this dish a touch of smoky heat without being overly spicy, but if you don’t have it on hand, feel free to use regular chile powder instead. Serve with lime wedges for a hit of acidity.
A traditional dish of Southern Louisiana with Cajun and Native American influences, maque choux (pronounced "mock shoe") consists of corn, tomatoes, peppers and onions, braised in bacon grease and then simmered in chicken broth until very tender. Our modern variation offers a lighter, crisper combination of vegetables sans the grease, allowing you to truly experience the fresh flavors.