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We’re Just Nuts About Almond Fish

Have you been looking for a fantastic new fish recipe? Are you tired of all those heavy meat & potato holiday dishes? Luckily our friends at Vivemejor have just the right alternative. This fish recipe is easy to make and a healthy main course. I’m sure your family will go nuts over it just like we did. From all of us at Latina Moms keep on cooking and have a happy and healthy New Year!

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Recipes for a Festive Cinco de Mayo

Make sure your celebration is memorable with these stellar Cinco de Mayo recipes. Officially, Cinco de Mayo honors Mexico’s victory over French forces in 1862. Unofficially, in the U.S., it’s an occasion for family and friends to celebrate Mexican culture with some of its most popular foods and beverages.This year make Tropical Ham Stuffed Peppers, by celebrity chef Ingrid Hoffmann, your featured Cinco de Mayo food.

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Latino Italian Fusion Recipes

This is definitely an exciting food trend: Latino Italian fusion recipes. Combining two family favorites, Latino flavors and spices with traditional Italian ingredients, Barilla recently partnered with celebrity Chef Ingrid Hoffmann to develop delicious and unique recipes.

They are celebrating Latinas’ creativity in the kitchen and passion for new flavors with this campaign that perfectly captures Latino seasoning in re-imagined pasta dishes.

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Super Bowl Recipes: Score A Touchdown During The Big Game

February 7 marks a day when the passion for sports ignites in homes across the U.S. and beyond! Whether your winning team is in the finals or you are simply waiting for the halftime show, these Super Bowl recipes have you covered to entertain your guests during the big game. Prepare easy and delicious recipes with fan-favorite Latin flavors like spicy chipotle, zesty cilantro and tangy mango.

Below are a few ideas for appetizers to give the football fans in your family a feast that sets the bar for the big game. Sharing is caring, so set up your table family-style and get ready to become the family MVP.

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Bold Super Bowl Recipes from Chef Aarón Sánchez

Chef Aarón Sánchez of Food Network’s Chopped and Cooking Channel’s Taco Trip has created these Super Bowl recipes to heat up football fans all over the country during Super Bowl weekend. Each recipe is easy to make. They feature a blend of Aarón’s signature style with the bold flavor of Tabasco®, for a touchdown moment in every bite. So start prepping for the Big Game Day with these delicious tailgate goodies.

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Coconut-Lime Soup For Lenten Fridays

Everyone has different family traditions while observing Lent, but they all share one thing in common: no proteins like meat or poultry on Fridays. Lenten Fridays are the perfect time to experiment with new recipes. If you’re looking for a kid-friendly dish to start you can try this Coconut-Lime Soup recipe from Vive Mejor while spending some sweet time with the ones you love the most around the dinner table.

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Southwestern-Style Caesar Salad

Caesar salad has been a popular side dish or main course for decades now. It’s a simple blend of romaine lettuce, cheese and croutons, topped with an olive oil dressing with anchovies for added zing. This Southwestern version gives it a bit of heat, with a blend of unexpected ingredients, and without using raw eggs. The restaurant-style presentation will surely impress your dinner guests. You can also turn it into a tasty lunch by just adding grilled chicken or shrimp.

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Torta Mexicana: That Other Quiche

 

In some ways this Torta Mexicana resembles quiche; it’s in a crust and combines egg, vegetables and meat. However, that’s where the similarities end. Flour tortillas form the crust and the roasted peppers & chorizo give it a texture and flavor combination that will delight your guests. For a hearty brunch dish serve as a main course with a salad. And for larger parties you can easily double the recipe using a springform pan.

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