The Everything Easy Mexican Cookbook: Includes Chipotle Salsa, Chicken Tortilla Soup, Chiles Rellenos, Baja-Style Crab, Pistachio-Coconut Flan...and Hundreds More!

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Quick and easy recipes for all your Mexican favorites!

Love Mexican food? Did you know you can make your own delicious salsas, tacos, and enchiladas in your own kitchen--without hours of prep and hard-to-find ingredients? With The Everything Easy Mexican Cookbook, you'll learn how to re-create classic Mexican dishes right at home, with 300 recipes that can be made any weeknight. Fiery chili, cool guacamole, crunchy tostados, and more get an easy-to-prepare makeover without sacrificing the flavors you love--or your budget.

Featuring hundreds of flavorful and satisfying recipes, including:
  • Pineapple, Mango, and Cucumber Salsa
  • Tomato Empanadas
  • Creamy Gazpacho with Avocado
  • Mole Poblano
  • Black Bean and Avocado Burritos
  • Shrimp Tamales
  • Tequila Lime Chicken
  • Mexican Tea Cakes
This cookbook will have you in and out of the kitchen fast with foolproof meals your whole family will love--it's the whole enchilada!
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About the author

Margaret Kaeter is a recipe developer and food writer whose articles on food, health, and nutrition have appeared in many publications, including BEEF, New Woman, and Entrepreneur. Margaret is the author of The Everything Mexican Cookbook.

Linda Larsen is a recipe developer, a food journalist, and the About.com Guide to Busy Cooks. She has written articles for Woman's Day, Woman's World, Quick and Simple, and First magazines and was a member of the Pillsbury Bake-Off staff. She is the author of more than 25 cookbooks, including The Everything Tex-Mex Cookbook, The Starter Cook, and The Everything Almost Homemade Cookbook.

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Simon and Schuster
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Published on
Dec 12, 2014
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Pages
304
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ISBN
9781440587177
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Language
English
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Cooking / General
Cooking / Regional & Ethnic / General
Cooking / Regional & Ethnic / Mexican
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