Mexican Tortilla Dishes
Tortillas, those now-everywhere flatbreads from Mexico made from corn or flour, are easy to buy, but also fun to make from scratch. Whether it's with your store-bought or handmade Mexican tortillas, enjoy making your own chips, wraps, soups, and mains.See Popular Mexican Tortilla Dishes Recipes
The secret to Hot Bread Kitchen's richly flavorful tortillas is the masa made from freshly ground blue or white corn. Fresh masa is becoming increasingly available in cities with large Mexican populations, but masa harina, a dry corn flour, works well in the recipe below. Maseca is the most commonly available brand, but Bob's Red Mill (sold at health-food stores and some supermarkets, or at bobsredmill.com) has better flavor.
Slow-cooking the chicken before shredding makes it especially tender and flavorful...when that chicken is layered with tortillas and cheese, you've got a simple, family-friendly casserole.
These quick and tasty burritos feature a zesty combination of chicken, bean soup and salsa inside a warmed flour tortilla and are ready to serve in about 20 minutes.
It's a Mexican classic recipe--tangy, tasty Mexican Chicken Tortilla Soup--and it couldn't be easier to make. Forget secret sauces and recipes, which you thought might be known only to the folks at the restaurant on the corner, where you love to order this spicy Mexican soup, laden with chips and a punch of peppers. Not true, because this soup is as quick and easy to make as it is fun to eat.
This Mexican-inspired egg and vegetable recipe, made in a skillet, is a low-calorie, high-protein breakfast.
Flavored tortillas in different colors make a fun treat, especially for kids. Go easy on the salt because these chips can get too salty very quickly.
Use your wok for this Southwestern stir-fry. This recipe borrows an Asian technique to prepare a Mexican-style meal.
Flour tortillas and bagged cole slaw mix are speedy alternatives to the traditional when making mu shu pork.
A baked dish of browned ground beef, tomatoes, and enchilada sauce wrapped in corn tortillas then topped with more enchilada sauce and cheese.
Looking for some Mexican-inspired menu fare? Check out this crispy main that's easy, cheesy and better than your abuela's. Just don't tell her we said that.
Try an individual quiche with Mexican-inspired fillings for a freezer-friendly, gluten-free, and satisfying breakfast.
Crunchy salty tortilla chips and creamy guacamole are impressive when they're freshly made at home.
Here's an interesting twist on a pulled pork sandwich that is easy to make and features pork-filled tortillas and Tex-Mex toppings like Cheddar cheese, guacamole, and olives.
S'mores meet quesadillas in this favorite dessert of campers.