Spice up your Hispanic Heritage Month celebration with these flavorful recipes
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It’s Hispanic Heritage Month and one way to celebrate is to enjoy the flavorful and often fiery cuisine of our Spanish-speaking neighbors and friends.
The most prevalent Hispanic cuisine in the United States is Mexican food and its Tex-Mex extensions. Typical foods range from beef, Spanish rice, refried beans, flour tortillas and burritos to chicken dishes, corn tortillas, a variety of chile peppers, and tropical fruits and vegetables.
Here are a couple of quick recipes from The Ingles Table and Chef Michael McMurtry that are sure to be a hit at any Hispanic Heritage Month celebration:
1 bag Nacho Cheese Tortilla Chips
½ stick of butter
Roasted red peppers
Grind 2 cups of Nacho Cheese Tortilla Chips.
Add a ½ stick of melted butter and hand mix.
Add two eggs and hand mix.
Form into crust in dish and bake for 15 minutes at 350 degrees.
Beat 8 eggs.
Slice 2 roasted red peppers.
Add sautéed Mexican chorizo.
Add grated cheese.
Place red peppers and sprinkle green chilles on top of cheese.
Pour eggs over top and bake for 45 minutes at 350 degrees.
½ cup guacamole
½ cup pineapple
½ cup red peppers
½ cup red onion
½ cup cilantro
½ cup pepitas
½ a lemon
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