Traditional Mexican Tacos Al Pastor consists of thinly sliced pork shoulder that’s cooked on a vertical spit. This flavorful variation is made using your multi-cooker pressure cooker.
Inspired by Mexican street corn (elotes), this salad contains all the ingredients you would use to make elotes in a spoonable, picnic friendly version!
Pinchos, Spanish for “spikes,” are a Puerto Rican “fast food” staple. Delish, simple, handheld and versatile, pinchos are usually made with pork or chicken. Nothing beats a pincho hot off the grill, and now you can have these at home!
This slow cooker ropa vieja captures all the flavor of this traditional Cuban dish, and makes it weeknight friendly! Instant Pot instructions included too!
These crispy, savory, Puerto Rican baked crab empanadas are packed with an explosion of Latin flavors, but with none of the guilt.
Here’s a round up of 10 recipes that are perfect for your Cinco de Mayo celebration!
These quick and easy grilled shrimp tacos with mango salsa are a tropical treat that combines smoky grilled shrimp, a bright and zesty mango salsa and a creamy chipotle crema that packs a punch! You can make this recipe in 15 minutes or less!
My roasted shrimp and sweet corn pasta salad is an elegant way to elevate a traditional pasta salad, & it’s perfect for warm weather, since there’s no mayo!
These delish avocado and skirt steak tostones make the perfect, handheld appetizers.
These luscious passion fruit cheesecake bars combine a tender shortbread crust, a creamy cheesecake layer, and a swirl of passion fruit puree to create a sweet & tropical treat that…