Salsa, picadillo, chimichurri, pico de gallo—Latin American foods are as much fun to cook as they are to say. With fiery chile sauces, creamy avocadoes, hearty beans and savory meats, Latin American food dances across your palate in a breezy, most satisfying way.
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Serrano Chili and Fresh Oregano Margarita
The classic margarita gets a makeover, courtesy of spicy Serrano chili and fresh oregano.
Spicy Michelada Cocktail
This Mexican beer cocktail comes with a kick, courtesy of a hint of black pepper and Tobasco sauce.
Cilantro Lime Chicken Skillet
This Puerto Rican-inspired skillet chicken is stunning and packed with flavor, but simple enough for a weeknight supper.
Breakfast Tacos with Black Bean Spread
Fried eggs, homemade black bean puree and fresh avocado slices make these breakfast tacos shine.
Carrot Mole with Toasted Pumpkin Seed Vinaigrette
This bright mole recipe brings earthy, nutritious carrots to the forefront.
Beef Ropa Vieja
In this traditional Latin favorite, meat is shredded to resemble rags—hence the translation to “old clothes.”
Avocado and Jicama Salad
This recipe combines creamy avocado, crisp jicama and crunchy radish to create a sensational salad.
Grilled Chicken Breasts with Cilantro-Lime Vinaigrette
A Latin flavor combination of cumin, chili powder, lime and cilantro.
Chicken Salad with Carrots and Chives
Carrots and chives freshen up standard chicken salad for a variation that’s wildly popular on Brazilian street corners.
Black Bean and Sausage Soup
Black bean and chorizo are natural partners in a filling soup that hails from Brazil.
Steak with Fried Garlic
A classic steak dish from Rio de Janeiro named after a Brazilian politician.
Arroz con Pollo (Rice with Chicken)
This chicken and rice is traditionally made in a paella pan, which can go gracefully from oven to table.