¡Viva México!

The simplicity of some tacos, the spicy flavors and combinations with herbs such as coriander and the various applications of chocolate can only be done in Mexico.

Without a doubt, guacamole has become one of the most popular Mexican dishes in the United States. This version uses a corn soufflé that makes for a creamier and softer guacamole.

A skillet with corn, spinach and cotija cheese on a napkin beside bowls of cheese and cayenne.

Street Corn with Spinach and Cotija Cheese

Street corn is sold from carts on the streets in Mexico. Usually sold on the cob and seasoned with lime juice or cheese, this version is a nice twist. The corn is combined with spinach and topped with a creamy cheese and lime juice.

Fish Tacos with Avocado Radish Salsa and Pickled Cabbage

The marinade for this Fish Tacos with Creamy Avocado Salsa recipe adds great flavor to this new crowd pleaser. Garnish with tomatoes, lettuce and lime.

Sliced chicken topped with a butternut squash mole with pepitas and avocado garnish.

Butternut Squash Mole

The unexpected combination of flavors that make a classic mole, have inspired us to create a lighter version for summer. This recipe mixes pumpkin and coffee. Serve it over your favorite meat!