Chipotle Chicken Soup. It’s one of our favorite easy weeknight fixes. It comes together in about 30 minutes and brings a wonderful combination of textures and flavors with it
Carne Asada Fries. It all starts innocently enough with a mound of fresh baked fries. Add some classic Tex-Mex ingredients and you’ve got a treat that is very special and a lot of fun.
Spice up your dinner with this wicked good Mexican casserole. Sweet corn, black beans, cheese, ground beef and sour cream blend together with corn tortillas for an irresistible meal.
Chicken breasts are bathed in a marinade and then roasted golden. Placed on top of sliced tomatoes and drenched in a spicy broth, this is a festive meal. Serve a fresh roasted Hatch Green Chile Salsa along side for excitement.
Roasted Hatch Green Chile Sauce. Simply roasted green chile and garlic come together for a lively flavor for any meat.
Pumpkin seeds and Mexican Chocolate make a delicious combination for this Mexican dessert.
Truck Stop Enchiladas. Corn tortillas are simply fried in oil and dipped in warm Chili Con Carne, filled with cheese and baked into an ooey gooey cheesy meal.
This Jicama and Orange Salad is a breath of fresh air as we’re making our way through Winter. Crunchy, fresh and with red onions and oranges, it was a bright and refreshing side dish for these heavy duty flavored Beef Brisket Tacos. It’s time I become more familiar with jicama. It’s always in our markets
Stacked Enchiladas are a New Mexico specialty. Fried tortillas with layers of ground beef, red chile sauce and cheese are baked and the end result is sure to set your taste buds on fire.
For these unique tacos I flavored ground beef with Ancho Chile powder and Chipotle Tabasco Sauce. The black beans are simply tossed with lime juice, salt and pepper. Just add slices of avocado, tomato, a squeeze of lime juice, the crowing glory…Cosmo’s Creamy Ranch Dressing