Cooking with chiles is a skill that Mexican cooks have honed into an art form over centuries. This bowl with soul contains beans and corn, two staples of south-of-the-border recipes, but also keeps things light and fresh with cubed avocado and thinly sliced radishes.
When you get home with your groceries, wash, dry and prep your greens before putting them away in the fridge. This little trick will make you far more likely to toss them up for salads, layer on sandwiches or stir into soups and stews. Be sure to store your greens with a damp cloth or towel in a resealable bag to keep them at their freshest. Use greens in pastas, wraps, sandwiches, stews and soups, or enjoy them raw paired with your favorite Clean Eating salad dressing, like the one in our Easy Garlic Chile Greens.
We’ve captured the fragrant flavors of Mexican hot chocolate and baked them right into these decadent cupcakes. They’re gluten-free, grain-free and free of all refined sugars – so you can indulge without guilt!
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.
With sweet, salty and spicy notes, our healthier version of this classic dish has all the punch without excess salt and sugar. Once you start stir-frying, everything cooks quickly, so measure and chop all the ingredients before you heat the oil. To increase the heat, add up to 1 tbsp red chile paste.
This fiery hot sauce is fantastic served as a dip for oven-roasted chicken fingers, on the side of broiled or grilled steak, spread sparingly on sandwiches and burgers or mixed with whole-wheat couscous studded with chickpeas, chopped dried apricots, tomatoes and scallions.