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Mexican Bean Enchiladas have filled with refried beans, corn, cheese and yes the chillies. These super saucy enchiladas take total of 35-40 minutes, but when you take it out of oven and have a look, you will feel it worth every second of your work.
Tacozza is a fusion of Mexican and Italian, where the tacos are topped with refried beans and oregano and has a touch of Indian flavors as well. It is delicious, healthy and quick to make when you have the ingredients ready.
Vegetarian Mexican Refried Beans is a great accompaniment for Mexican dishes. It is simple and quick to make. I have used red kidney beans that I soaked and cooked at home. You can use a tinned variety as well to make it quick in minutes.
Chipotle Roasted Mushroom Vegetarian Quesadilla is inspired from the BBC Good Food Magazine June 2012
Quesadilla is a dish in Mexican cuisine or Tex-Mex. Exactly what constitutes a quesadilla varies from region to region and between the U.S. and Mexico, and is not universally agreed upon, but there are certain similarities between the different versions that people generally agree upon, namely that the quesadilla is cooked after being filled or stuffed. "Queso" is cheese in Spanish. And a quesadilla is a toasted tortilla with melted cheese inside.
I have made a variety of quesadillas at home, but loved the addtion of Chipotle Sauce and lemon juice. It added a delicious kick to the roasted mushroom and freshly topped tomatoes. The original recipe called for chicken, being vegetarian I substituted with roasted mushrooms. If you dont eat mushrooms, then you can substitute the filling with chopped spinach, chopped cabbage, grated carrots, tiny broccoli florests along with the ingredients mentioned below.
A very popular Mexican dish, topped with cheddar cheese and sour cream. The stuffing for these Taco shells is so varied that recipes get evolved according to the taste palates. Mostly in Mexico you will find that tacos are of the soft kind. The crisp tacos seemed to have originated with the proliferation of taco stands during the late fifties. The crisp-fried corn tortilla in a U-shape is filled with layers of hot baked beans, sliced lettuce, diced tomatoes and grated cheese (usually cheddar).