Mexican cuisine uses a lot of ingredients easily available in India, like meat, beans, tortillas (corn/wheat 'chapati') fresh herbs like coriander, basil and mangoes. Find recipes for salsas, fajitas, enchiladas, burritos, tacos, guacamole, spanish rice, soups and others here.
Latin American flavours are all yours in ceviche, a lemony seafood salad. It can be served with plain chips as a meal or as an appetizer.
Recipe by: JAVI19
This is the recipe for my grandma's rice. Being Mexican, this is about as authentic as you can get. Makes a great side dish to grilled meat or vegetables.
Recipe by: TXCOOKINGPRINCESS
Here's one of my authentic mutton biryani recipes. Guys and gals enjoy! Let me have your comments.
Recipe by: Santhosh
Tacos, burritos, quesadillas, this authentic Mexican salsa goes with all of your favourite Mexican dishes. The trick is to let it sit so the flavours can mix. Add extra chillies for a spicier kick!
Recipe by: grneyedmustang
Mexico's super popular bitter sweet pomegranate chutney is yours to enjoy without leaving your home! Anardana blends deliciously with chillies and fresh herbs. You can use this salsa on meats, on parathas, dip for chips or even in raita.
Recipe by: DRAGONSBANE
A festive starter for a summer dinner party, here's a Mexico-inspired prawn cocktail with lots of fresh coriander, cucumber, green onions and chilli.
Recipe by: Rey Garza
Every town in Mexico has someone selling this fabulously refreshing drink. Try experimenting with other fruits!
Recipe by: SunFlower
A versatile, tangy, healthy salad by itself, great on top of bhurji and of course, inside burritos, wraps and tacos.
Recipe by: Pam Garrison
Mexican food uses many ingredients from Indian cooking. You'll love these tangy fish tacos, great as a sit down meal or portable picnic snacks! Add mirchi sauce for a spicy kick.
Recipe by: REDDUNEBLAZER
Enjoy classic Mexican food right at home. Strips of beef are marinated in lime juice and pepper, then quickly sautéed and served in chapati/tortillas with tomatoes and fresh dhania.
Recipe by: DIALIEN