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10 Iconic Mexican Dishes Everyone Should be Able to Make (Slideshow)

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March 4, 2014

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Jonathan Hirsch

Iconic Mexican and Mexican-American dishes for every occasion

Sometimes referred to as "taquitos", these small deep-fried shells are wrapped around a variety of fillings.

Click here to try this Shredded Chicken Stuffed Flautas Recipe

Flauta

Sometimes referred to as "taquitos", these small deep-fried shells are wrapped around a variety of fillings.

Click here to try this Shredded Chicken Stuffed Flautas Recipe

Sopa

There is a rich tradition of soup-making in Mexican cuisine, and sopa de calabaza is one of the most famous of Mexican soups; the soup features pureed squash blossoms.

Click here to try this Sopa de Calabaza Recipe

Enchilada

This enchilada recipe features a delicious chicken filling.

Click here to try this Chicken Enchiladas Recipe

Chile Relleno

The chile relleno is a delicious cheese-stuffed poblano pepper wrapped in an egg batter.

Click here to try this Chile Rellenos Con Pipian Verde Recipe

Quesadilla

Another favorite of Mexican cuisine, the quesadilla features a corn or flour tortilla stuffed with meat, cheese, or vegetables.

Click here to try this Lobster and Avocado Quesadilla Recipe

Burrito

The mission-style burrito is a hearty and popular Mexican-American version of a traditional Mexican dish, which is sometimes referred to as taco de harina.

Click here to try this Mission-Style Burrito Recipe

Huevos Rancheros

A popular breakfast food featuring fried eggs on a tortilla smothered in a tomato-based sauce.

Click here to try this Huevos Rancheros Recipe

Taco

A heavyweight of iconic Mexican dishes, most everybody has a favorite taco style and filling. Tacos can also be made easily at home.

Click here to try this Flank Steak Tacos Recipe

Tamale

The tamale is made from a corn-based flour, stuffed with cheese and other fillings, and is often steamed.

Click here to try this Corn Tamales Recipe

Tostada

The term tostada can refer to a number of dishes, but in traditional Mexican and Central American cuisine the tostada is a bowl-shaped deep-fried tortilla topped with delicious fillings.

Click here to try this Chicken Tostadas Recipe


These 10 Cookbooks Will Help You Explore Mexican Foods And Traditions

We love tacos and margaritas as much as the next person, but the cuisine and culture of Mexico is rich&mdashfull of so many other dishes and traditions than just what's gone mainstream in the United States. The best people to teach you about it? The authors of these best-selling cookbooks on Mexican cuisine. This list touches on some of our favorites&mdashand if we missed yours, let us know! Let these books inspire you to learn about new foods, teach you about little-known regional styles of cooking, and help you move beyond those bean-and-cheese burritos.

Need something to cook while waiting for you new books to arrive? Try your hand at more than a dozen enchilada recipes or these sweet desserts&mdashplus 30 variations on basic guac.

The Lopez family runs Los Angeles's Guelaguetza Restaurante, the city's lauded Oaxacan hotspot. And with this cookbook, co-owner, Bricia, introduces the cuisine to a wider audience. The southern Mexican state's ingredients influence its popular dishes&mdashlike mole and barbacoa. You'll find recipes for both those (and many other dishes you'll want to bookmark), plus personal photographs and stories about the Lopez family in this book that reads like a love letter to Oaxaca. (Psst: Guelaguetza sells its own vegetarian, gluten-free moles online!)

Professors Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel focused this cookbook on plant-based recipes from indigenous Mexican cuisine. So, veg-heads: The Cauliflower Ceviche and Red Enchiladas Stuffed With Potatoes will be right up your alley.

Tender and juicy cuts of meat from the slow cooker are exactly what you need for classic Tex-Mex meals. It only makes sense, then, that blogger Vianney Rodriguez put together a collection including some of her fan favorite recipes that you can make with an Instant Pot, like Chile Con Carne, Classic Margarita Fajitas, and Tamale Pie.

Consider Margarita Carrillo Arronte's cookbook your bible for modern Mexican cuisine. The extensive collection features more than 700 recipes for each of the country's regions, covering everything from street food and snacks to desserts.

Esteban Castillo brings the same playful voice from his popular blog Chicano Eats to his debut cookbook. The Santa Ana-based blogger blends traditional Mexican fare&mdashlike tacos al pastor&mdashwith creative, original dishes, like cilantro-pesto rigatoni and guava cheesecake bars.

With recipes as colorful and vibrant as the cultural hotspot they come from, Gabriela Cámara dishes out recipes that are both traditional and on-trend in her hometown of Mexico City. Discover food the city is famous for like Chilaquiles Verdes and Flan de Cajeta.

This James Beard Foundation Cookbook Award-winning comes from chef and owner of beloved restaurant Nopalito in San Francisco, Gonzalo Guzmán. With a focus on organic and sustainable ingredients, this cookbook will teach you of all the basics of traditional Mexican cuisine.


These 10 Cookbooks Will Help You Explore Mexican Foods And Traditions

We love tacos and margaritas as much as the next person, but the cuisine and culture of Mexico is rich&mdashfull of so many other dishes and traditions than just what's gone mainstream in the United States. The best people to teach you about it? The authors of these best-selling cookbooks on Mexican cuisine. This list touches on some of our favorites&mdashand if we missed yours, let us know! Let these books inspire you to learn about new foods, teach you about little-known regional styles of cooking, and help you move beyond those bean-and-cheese burritos.

Need something to cook while waiting for you new books to arrive? Try your hand at more than a dozen enchilada recipes or these sweet desserts&mdashplus 30 variations on basic guac.

The Lopez family runs Los Angeles's Guelaguetza Restaurante, the city's lauded Oaxacan hotspot. And with this cookbook, co-owner, Bricia, introduces the cuisine to a wider audience. The southern Mexican state's ingredients influence its popular dishes&mdashlike mole and barbacoa. You'll find recipes for both those (and many other dishes you'll want to bookmark), plus personal photographs and stories about the Lopez family in this book that reads like a love letter to Oaxaca. (Psst: Guelaguetza sells its own vegetarian, gluten-free moles online!)

Professors Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel focused this cookbook on plant-based recipes from indigenous Mexican cuisine. So, veg-heads: The Cauliflower Ceviche and Red Enchiladas Stuffed With Potatoes will be right up your alley.

Tender and juicy cuts of meat from the slow cooker are exactly what you need for classic Tex-Mex meals. It only makes sense, then, that blogger Vianney Rodriguez put together a collection including some of her fan favorite recipes that you can make with an Instant Pot, like Chile Con Carne, Classic Margarita Fajitas, and Tamale Pie.

Consider Margarita Carrillo Arronte's cookbook your bible for modern Mexican cuisine. The extensive collection features more than 700 recipes for each of the country's regions, covering everything from street food and snacks to desserts.

Esteban Castillo brings the same playful voice from his popular blog Chicano Eats to his debut cookbook. The Santa Ana-based blogger blends traditional Mexican fare&mdashlike tacos al pastor&mdashwith creative, original dishes, like cilantro-pesto rigatoni and guava cheesecake bars.

With recipes as colorful and vibrant as the cultural hotspot they come from, Gabriela Cámara dishes out recipes that are both traditional and on-trend in her hometown of Mexico City. Discover food the city is famous for like Chilaquiles Verdes and Flan de Cajeta.

This James Beard Foundation Cookbook Award-winning comes from chef and owner of beloved restaurant Nopalito in San Francisco, Gonzalo Guzmán. With a focus on organic and sustainable ingredients, this cookbook will teach you of all the basics of traditional Mexican cuisine.


These 10 Cookbooks Will Help You Explore Mexican Foods And Traditions

We love tacos and margaritas as much as the next person, but the cuisine and culture of Mexico is rich&mdashfull of so many other dishes and traditions than just what's gone mainstream in the United States. The best people to teach you about it? The authors of these best-selling cookbooks on Mexican cuisine. This list touches on some of our favorites&mdashand if we missed yours, let us know! Let these books inspire you to learn about new foods, teach you about little-known regional styles of cooking, and help you move beyond those bean-and-cheese burritos.

Need something to cook while waiting for you new books to arrive? Try your hand at more than a dozen enchilada recipes or these sweet desserts&mdashplus 30 variations on basic guac.

The Lopez family runs Los Angeles's Guelaguetza Restaurante, the city's lauded Oaxacan hotspot. And with this cookbook, co-owner, Bricia, introduces the cuisine to a wider audience. The southern Mexican state's ingredients influence its popular dishes&mdashlike mole and barbacoa. You'll find recipes for both those (and many other dishes you'll want to bookmark), plus personal photographs and stories about the Lopez family in this book that reads like a love letter to Oaxaca. (Psst: Guelaguetza sells its own vegetarian, gluten-free moles online!)

Professors Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel focused this cookbook on plant-based recipes from indigenous Mexican cuisine. So, veg-heads: The Cauliflower Ceviche and Red Enchiladas Stuffed With Potatoes will be right up your alley.

Tender and juicy cuts of meat from the slow cooker are exactly what you need for classic Tex-Mex meals. It only makes sense, then, that blogger Vianney Rodriguez put together a collection including some of her fan favorite recipes that you can make with an Instant Pot, like Chile Con Carne, Classic Margarita Fajitas, and Tamale Pie.

Consider Margarita Carrillo Arronte's cookbook your bible for modern Mexican cuisine. The extensive collection features more than 700 recipes for each of the country's regions, covering everything from street food and snacks to desserts.

Esteban Castillo brings the same playful voice from his popular blog Chicano Eats to his debut cookbook. The Santa Ana-based blogger blends traditional Mexican fare&mdashlike tacos al pastor&mdashwith creative, original dishes, like cilantro-pesto rigatoni and guava cheesecake bars.

With recipes as colorful and vibrant as the cultural hotspot they come from, Gabriela Cámara dishes out recipes that are both traditional and on-trend in her hometown of Mexico City. Discover food the city is famous for like Chilaquiles Verdes and Flan de Cajeta.

This James Beard Foundation Cookbook Award-winning comes from chef and owner of beloved restaurant Nopalito in San Francisco, Gonzalo Guzmán. With a focus on organic and sustainable ingredients, this cookbook will teach you of all the basics of traditional Mexican cuisine.


These 10 Cookbooks Will Help You Explore Mexican Foods And Traditions

We love tacos and margaritas as much as the next person, but the cuisine and culture of Mexico is rich&mdashfull of so many other dishes and traditions than just what's gone mainstream in the United States. The best people to teach you about it? The authors of these best-selling cookbooks on Mexican cuisine. This list touches on some of our favorites&mdashand if we missed yours, let us know! Let these books inspire you to learn about new foods, teach you about little-known regional styles of cooking, and help you move beyond those bean-and-cheese burritos.

Need something to cook while waiting for you new books to arrive? Try your hand at more than a dozen enchilada recipes or these sweet desserts&mdashplus 30 variations on basic guac.

The Lopez family runs Los Angeles's Guelaguetza Restaurante, the city's lauded Oaxacan hotspot. And with this cookbook, co-owner, Bricia, introduces the cuisine to a wider audience. The southern Mexican state's ingredients influence its popular dishes&mdashlike mole and barbacoa. You'll find recipes for both those (and many other dishes you'll want to bookmark), plus personal photographs and stories about the Lopez family in this book that reads like a love letter to Oaxaca. (Psst: Guelaguetza sells its own vegetarian, gluten-free moles online!)

Professors Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel focused this cookbook on plant-based recipes from indigenous Mexican cuisine. So, veg-heads: The Cauliflower Ceviche and Red Enchiladas Stuffed With Potatoes will be right up your alley.

Tender and juicy cuts of meat from the slow cooker are exactly what you need for classic Tex-Mex meals. It only makes sense, then, that blogger Vianney Rodriguez put together a collection including some of her fan favorite recipes that you can make with an Instant Pot, like Chile Con Carne, Classic Margarita Fajitas, and Tamale Pie.

Consider Margarita Carrillo Arronte's cookbook your bible for modern Mexican cuisine. The extensive collection features more than 700 recipes for each of the country's regions, covering everything from street food and snacks to desserts.

Esteban Castillo brings the same playful voice from his popular blog Chicano Eats to his debut cookbook. The Santa Ana-based blogger blends traditional Mexican fare&mdashlike tacos al pastor&mdashwith creative, original dishes, like cilantro-pesto rigatoni and guava cheesecake bars.

With recipes as colorful and vibrant as the cultural hotspot they come from, Gabriela Cámara dishes out recipes that are both traditional and on-trend in her hometown of Mexico City. Discover food the city is famous for like Chilaquiles Verdes and Flan de Cajeta.

This James Beard Foundation Cookbook Award-winning comes from chef and owner of beloved restaurant Nopalito in San Francisco, Gonzalo Guzmán. With a focus on organic and sustainable ingredients, this cookbook will teach you of all the basics of traditional Mexican cuisine.


These 10 Cookbooks Will Help You Explore Mexican Foods And Traditions

We love tacos and margaritas as much as the next person, but the cuisine and culture of Mexico is rich&mdashfull of so many other dishes and traditions than just what's gone mainstream in the United States. The best people to teach you about it? The authors of these best-selling cookbooks on Mexican cuisine. This list touches on some of our favorites&mdashand if we missed yours, let us know! Let these books inspire you to learn about new foods, teach you about little-known regional styles of cooking, and help you move beyond those bean-and-cheese burritos.

Need something to cook while waiting for you new books to arrive? Try your hand at more than a dozen enchilada recipes or these sweet desserts&mdashplus 30 variations on basic guac.

The Lopez family runs Los Angeles's Guelaguetza Restaurante, the city's lauded Oaxacan hotspot. And with this cookbook, co-owner, Bricia, introduces the cuisine to a wider audience. The southern Mexican state's ingredients influence its popular dishes&mdashlike mole and barbacoa. You'll find recipes for both those (and many other dishes you'll want to bookmark), plus personal photographs and stories about the Lopez family in this book that reads like a love letter to Oaxaca. (Psst: Guelaguetza sells its own vegetarian, gluten-free moles online!)

Professors Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel focused this cookbook on plant-based recipes from indigenous Mexican cuisine. So, veg-heads: The Cauliflower Ceviche and Red Enchiladas Stuffed With Potatoes will be right up your alley.

Tender and juicy cuts of meat from the slow cooker are exactly what you need for classic Tex-Mex meals. It only makes sense, then, that blogger Vianney Rodriguez put together a collection including some of her fan favorite recipes that you can make with an Instant Pot, like Chile Con Carne, Classic Margarita Fajitas, and Tamale Pie.

Consider Margarita Carrillo Arronte's cookbook your bible for modern Mexican cuisine. The extensive collection features more than 700 recipes for each of the country's regions, covering everything from street food and snacks to desserts.

Esteban Castillo brings the same playful voice from his popular blog Chicano Eats to his debut cookbook. The Santa Ana-based blogger blends traditional Mexican fare&mdashlike tacos al pastor&mdashwith creative, original dishes, like cilantro-pesto rigatoni and guava cheesecake bars.

With recipes as colorful and vibrant as the cultural hotspot they come from, Gabriela Cámara dishes out recipes that are both traditional and on-trend in her hometown of Mexico City. Discover food the city is famous for like Chilaquiles Verdes and Flan de Cajeta.

This James Beard Foundation Cookbook Award-winning comes from chef and owner of beloved restaurant Nopalito in San Francisco, Gonzalo Guzmán. With a focus on organic and sustainable ingredients, this cookbook will teach you of all the basics of traditional Mexican cuisine.


These 10 Cookbooks Will Help You Explore Mexican Foods And Traditions

We love tacos and margaritas as much as the next person, but the cuisine and culture of Mexico is rich&mdashfull of so many other dishes and traditions than just what's gone mainstream in the United States. The best people to teach you about it? The authors of these best-selling cookbooks on Mexican cuisine. This list touches on some of our favorites&mdashand if we missed yours, let us know! Let these books inspire you to learn about new foods, teach you about little-known regional styles of cooking, and help you move beyond those bean-and-cheese burritos.

Need something to cook while waiting for you new books to arrive? Try your hand at more than a dozen enchilada recipes or these sweet desserts&mdashplus 30 variations on basic guac.

The Lopez family runs Los Angeles's Guelaguetza Restaurante, the city's lauded Oaxacan hotspot. And with this cookbook, co-owner, Bricia, introduces the cuisine to a wider audience. The southern Mexican state's ingredients influence its popular dishes&mdashlike mole and barbacoa. You'll find recipes for both those (and many other dishes you'll want to bookmark), plus personal photographs and stories about the Lopez family in this book that reads like a love letter to Oaxaca. (Psst: Guelaguetza sells its own vegetarian, gluten-free moles online!)

Professors Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel focused this cookbook on plant-based recipes from indigenous Mexican cuisine. So, veg-heads: The Cauliflower Ceviche and Red Enchiladas Stuffed With Potatoes will be right up your alley.

Tender and juicy cuts of meat from the slow cooker are exactly what you need for classic Tex-Mex meals. It only makes sense, then, that blogger Vianney Rodriguez put together a collection including some of her fan favorite recipes that you can make with an Instant Pot, like Chile Con Carne, Classic Margarita Fajitas, and Tamale Pie.

Consider Margarita Carrillo Arronte's cookbook your bible for modern Mexican cuisine. The extensive collection features more than 700 recipes for each of the country's regions, covering everything from street food and snacks to desserts.

Esteban Castillo brings the same playful voice from his popular blog Chicano Eats to his debut cookbook. The Santa Ana-based blogger blends traditional Mexican fare&mdashlike tacos al pastor&mdashwith creative, original dishes, like cilantro-pesto rigatoni and guava cheesecake bars.

With recipes as colorful and vibrant as the cultural hotspot they come from, Gabriela Cámara dishes out recipes that are both traditional and on-trend in her hometown of Mexico City. Discover food the city is famous for like Chilaquiles Verdes and Flan de Cajeta.

This James Beard Foundation Cookbook Award-winning comes from chef and owner of beloved restaurant Nopalito in San Francisco, Gonzalo Guzmán. With a focus on organic and sustainable ingredients, this cookbook will teach you of all the basics of traditional Mexican cuisine.


These 10 Cookbooks Will Help You Explore Mexican Foods And Traditions

We love tacos and margaritas as much as the next person, but the cuisine and culture of Mexico is rich&mdashfull of so many other dishes and traditions than just what's gone mainstream in the United States. The best people to teach you about it? The authors of these best-selling cookbooks on Mexican cuisine. This list touches on some of our favorites&mdashand if we missed yours, let us know! Let these books inspire you to learn about new foods, teach you about little-known regional styles of cooking, and help you move beyond those bean-and-cheese burritos.

Need something to cook while waiting for you new books to arrive? Try your hand at more than a dozen enchilada recipes or these sweet desserts&mdashplus 30 variations on basic guac.

The Lopez family runs Los Angeles's Guelaguetza Restaurante, the city's lauded Oaxacan hotspot. And with this cookbook, co-owner, Bricia, introduces the cuisine to a wider audience. The southern Mexican state's ingredients influence its popular dishes&mdashlike mole and barbacoa. You'll find recipes for both those (and many other dishes you'll want to bookmark), plus personal photographs and stories about the Lopez family in this book that reads like a love letter to Oaxaca. (Psst: Guelaguetza sells its own vegetarian, gluten-free moles online!)

Professors Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel focused this cookbook on plant-based recipes from indigenous Mexican cuisine. So, veg-heads: The Cauliflower Ceviche and Red Enchiladas Stuffed With Potatoes will be right up your alley.

Tender and juicy cuts of meat from the slow cooker are exactly what you need for classic Tex-Mex meals. It only makes sense, then, that blogger Vianney Rodriguez put together a collection including some of her fan favorite recipes that you can make with an Instant Pot, like Chile Con Carne, Classic Margarita Fajitas, and Tamale Pie.

Consider Margarita Carrillo Arronte's cookbook your bible for modern Mexican cuisine. The extensive collection features more than 700 recipes for each of the country's regions, covering everything from street food and snacks to desserts.

Esteban Castillo brings the same playful voice from his popular blog Chicano Eats to his debut cookbook. The Santa Ana-based blogger blends traditional Mexican fare&mdashlike tacos al pastor&mdashwith creative, original dishes, like cilantro-pesto rigatoni and guava cheesecake bars.

With recipes as colorful and vibrant as the cultural hotspot they come from, Gabriela Cámara dishes out recipes that are both traditional and on-trend in her hometown of Mexico City. Discover food the city is famous for like Chilaquiles Verdes and Flan de Cajeta.

This James Beard Foundation Cookbook Award-winning comes from chef and owner of beloved restaurant Nopalito in San Francisco, Gonzalo Guzmán. With a focus on organic and sustainable ingredients, this cookbook will teach you of all the basics of traditional Mexican cuisine.


These 10 Cookbooks Will Help You Explore Mexican Foods And Traditions

We love tacos and margaritas as much as the next person, but the cuisine and culture of Mexico is rich&mdashfull of so many other dishes and traditions than just what's gone mainstream in the United States. The best people to teach you about it? The authors of these best-selling cookbooks on Mexican cuisine. This list touches on some of our favorites&mdashand if we missed yours, let us know! Let these books inspire you to learn about new foods, teach you about little-known regional styles of cooking, and help you move beyond those bean-and-cheese burritos.

Need something to cook while waiting for you new books to arrive? Try your hand at more than a dozen enchilada recipes or these sweet desserts&mdashplus 30 variations on basic guac.

The Lopez family runs Los Angeles's Guelaguetza Restaurante, the city's lauded Oaxacan hotspot. And with this cookbook, co-owner, Bricia, introduces the cuisine to a wider audience. The southern Mexican state's ingredients influence its popular dishes&mdashlike mole and barbacoa. You'll find recipes for both those (and many other dishes you'll want to bookmark), plus personal photographs and stories about the Lopez family in this book that reads like a love letter to Oaxaca. (Psst: Guelaguetza sells its own vegetarian, gluten-free moles online!)

Professors Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel focused this cookbook on plant-based recipes from indigenous Mexican cuisine. So, veg-heads: The Cauliflower Ceviche and Red Enchiladas Stuffed With Potatoes will be right up your alley.

Tender and juicy cuts of meat from the slow cooker are exactly what you need for classic Tex-Mex meals. It only makes sense, then, that blogger Vianney Rodriguez put together a collection including some of her fan favorite recipes that you can make with an Instant Pot, like Chile Con Carne, Classic Margarita Fajitas, and Tamale Pie.

Consider Margarita Carrillo Arronte's cookbook your bible for modern Mexican cuisine. The extensive collection features more than 700 recipes for each of the country's regions, covering everything from street food and snacks to desserts.

Esteban Castillo brings the same playful voice from his popular blog Chicano Eats to his debut cookbook. The Santa Ana-based blogger blends traditional Mexican fare&mdashlike tacos al pastor&mdashwith creative, original dishes, like cilantro-pesto rigatoni and guava cheesecake bars.

With recipes as colorful and vibrant as the cultural hotspot they come from, Gabriela Cámara dishes out recipes that are both traditional and on-trend in her hometown of Mexico City. Discover food the city is famous for like Chilaquiles Verdes and Flan de Cajeta.

This James Beard Foundation Cookbook Award-winning comes from chef and owner of beloved restaurant Nopalito in San Francisco, Gonzalo Guzmán. With a focus on organic and sustainable ingredients, this cookbook will teach you of all the basics of traditional Mexican cuisine.


These 10 Cookbooks Will Help You Explore Mexican Foods And Traditions

We love tacos and margaritas as much as the next person, but the cuisine and culture of Mexico is rich&mdashfull of so many other dishes and traditions than just what's gone mainstream in the United States. The best people to teach you about it? The authors of these best-selling cookbooks on Mexican cuisine. This list touches on some of our favorites&mdashand if we missed yours, let us know! Let these books inspire you to learn about new foods, teach you about little-known regional styles of cooking, and help you move beyond those bean-and-cheese burritos.

Need something to cook while waiting for you new books to arrive? Try your hand at more than a dozen enchilada recipes or these sweet desserts&mdashplus 30 variations on basic guac.

The Lopez family runs Los Angeles's Guelaguetza Restaurante, the city's lauded Oaxacan hotspot. And with this cookbook, co-owner, Bricia, introduces the cuisine to a wider audience. The southern Mexican state's ingredients influence its popular dishes&mdashlike mole and barbacoa. You'll find recipes for both those (and many other dishes you'll want to bookmark), plus personal photographs and stories about the Lopez family in this book that reads like a love letter to Oaxaca. (Psst: Guelaguetza sells its own vegetarian, gluten-free moles online!)

Professors Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel focused this cookbook on plant-based recipes from indigenous Mexican cuisine. So, veg-heads: The Cauliflower Ceviche and Red Enchiladas Stuffed With Potatoes will be right up your alley.

Tender and juicy cuts of meat from the slow cooker are exactly what you need for classic Tex-Mex meals. It only makes sense, then, that blogger Vianney Rodriguez put together a collection including some of her fan favorite recipes that you can make with an Instant Pot, like Chile Con Carne, Classic Margarita Fajitas, and Tamale Pie.

Consider Margarita Carrillo Arronte's cookbook your bible for modern Mexican cuisine. The extensive collection features more than 700 recipes for each of the country's regions, covering everything from street food and snacks to desserts.

Esteban Castillo brings the same playful voice from his popular blog Chicano Eats to his debut cookbook. The Santa Ana-based blogger blends traditional Mexican fare&mdashlike tacos al pastor&mdashwith creative, original dishes, like cilantro-pesto rigatoni and guava cheesecake bars.

With recipes as colorful and vibrant as the cultural hotspot they come from, Gabriela Cámara dishes out recipes that are both traditional and on-trend in her hometown of Mexico City. Discover food the city is famous for like Chilaquiles Verdes and Flan de Cajeta.

This James Beard Foundation Cookbook Award-winning comes from chef and owner of beloved restaurant Nopalito in San Francisco, Gonzalo Guzmán. With a focus on organic and sustainable ingredients, this cookbook will teach you of all the basics of traditional Mexican cuisine.


These 10 Cookbooks Will Help You Explore Mexican Foods And Traditions

We love tacos and margaritas as much as the next person, but the cuisine and culture of Mexico is rich&mdashfull of so many other dishes and traditions than just what's gone mainstream in the United States. The best people to teach you about it? The authors of these best-selling cookbooks on Mexican cuisine. This list touches on some of our favorites&mdashand if we missed yours, let us know! Let these books inspire you to learn about new foods, teach you about little-known regional styles of cooking, and help you move beyond those bean-and-cheese burritos.

Need something to cook while waiting for you new books to arrive? Try your hand at more than a dozen enchilada recipes or these sweet desserts&mdashplus 30 variations on basic guac.

The Lopez family runs Los Angeles's Guelaguetza Restaurante, the city's lauded Oaxacan hotspot. And with this cookbook, co-owner, Bricia, introduces the cuisine to a wider audience. The southern Mexican state's ingredients influence its popular dishes&mdashlike mole and barbacoa. You'll find recipes for both those (and many other dishes you'll want to bookmark), plus personal photographs and stories about the Lopez family in this book that reads like a love letter to Oaxaca. (Psst: Guelaguetza sells its own vegetarian, gluten-free moles online!)

Professors Luz Calvo and Catriona Rueda Esquibel focused this cookbook on plant-based recipes from indigenous Mexican cuisine. So, veg-heads: The Cauliflower Ceviche and Red Enchiladas Stuffed With Potatoes will be right up your alley.

Tender and juicy cuts of meat from the slow cooker are exactly what you need for classic Tex-Mex meals. It only makes sense, then, that blogger Vianney Rodriguez put together a collection including some of her fan favorite recipes that you can make with an Instant Pot, like Chile Con Carne, Classic Margarita Fajitas, and Tamale Pie.

Consider Margarita Carrillo Arronte's cookbook your bible for modern Mexican cuisine. The extensive collection features more than 700 recipes for each of the country's regions, covering everything from street food and snacks to desserts.

Esteban Castillo brings the same playful voice from his popular blog Chicano Eats to his debut cookbook. The Santa Ana-based blogger blends traditional Mexican fare&mdashlike tacos al pastor&mdashwith creative, original dishes, like cilantro-pesto rigatoni and guava cheesecake bars.

With recipes as colorful and vibrant as the cultural hotspot they come from, Gabriela Cámara dishes out recipes that are both traditional and on-trend in her hometown of Mexico City. Discover food the city is famous for like Chilaquiles Verdes and Flan de Cajeta.

This James Beard Foundation Cookbook Award-winning comes from chef and owner of beloved restaurant Nopalito in San Francisco, Gonzalo Guzmán. With a focus on organic and sustainable ingredients, this cookbook will teach you of all the basics of traditional Mexican cuisine.



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