Mexican Bean Soups
Beans are one of Mexican cuisine's central ingredients, especially in soups. Let beans take a starring role in a hot Mexican soup, and enjoy the healthy protein benefits.See Popular Mexican Bean Soups Recipes
With rich ground beef, peppery cilantro, and spicy jalapenos, this incredible chili has all the basics covered. But what is that flavor singing in the background? Your guests will be surprised -- and delighted -- to learn that the secret ingredient is chocolate. When buying jalapeno chiles for this dish, choose those with vibrant, blemish-free skins. And remember: the smaller the pepper, the hotter the pepper.
Latin American-inspired soup features a rich broth, black beans seasoned with cumin, and a Caribbean "sofrito" of chopped bell peppers, onions and garlic sauteed in olive oil.
A medley of peppers and spices infuses this chili with amazing flavor, and just the right amount of heat. Featuring two pounds of ground beef, and tasty blend of red and Great Northern beans, this hearty chili is made to satisfy. Serve with a fresh green salad, crunchy tortilla chips, and your choice of classic toppings for a complete meal the whole family will love.
In Mexico, frijoles are served either soupy in broth or mashed and fried. This mouthwatering recipe, with pinto beans and salt pork, features both versions.
Turn to the pantry for a hearty and comforting soup packed with beans, vegetables, and spices.
Lean pork tenderloin gets a huge flavor boost from a perfect blend of spicy, smoky, and sweet peppers in this incredible chili. Red beans are a hearty addition, making this a filling lunch, or main course for dinner. Simply add a fresh green salad or half-sandwich for a complete dinner that will satisfy even the most insatiable of appetites.
Using lean ground turkey breast keeps this 20-minute dinner low in fat.
Sweet peppers, fragrant garlic, and an aromatic blend of spices (including curry powder and cinnamon) make this chili flavorful. The addition of cocoa powder, almonds, and tart, crisp apples makes it uniquely enticing. Almonds, like all nuts, are susceptible to rancidity due to their high fat content. For optimal shelf life, store almonds in a air-tight container in the freezer, for 3-6 months.
For a twist on traditional chili, try this healthy and satisfying recipe full of beans and pork.
This month at Dinner for $10 we're all about Meatless Mondays and sharing some of our favorite family-friendly vegetarian main dishes. And somewhere close to the top of that list is this Mexican Black Bean Pizza. Yes, pizza!
You'll have dinner in 15 minutes with this recipe. Beans, tomatoes, and spices combine to make a healthy one-dish meal.
You can have a Mexican fiesta in under 30 minutes when you learn how to make these easy chicken and black bean burritos. Plus, these burritos pack a protein punch!
Whether you have a slow-cooked pork loin or a few leftover grilled pork chops, you have the makings for some pretty tasty sandwiches, salads, soups, and main dishes. Pork is such a versatile meat, and its typically mild flavor especially lends itself to keeping some mighty spicy company: think Mexican stews and Asian stir-frys. That very same mild flavor also creates a mellow salad of greens and fruit, particularly pears and apples.