Many of our favorite Mexican foods require little to no preparation and simmer gently in the slow cooker, so even a novice cook may enjoy them.
Even though some, like our homemade mangonadas and pay de queso, seem more fitting for a special occasion,
there are plenty of regular favorites that you should include in your weekly menu plan.
Before making guacamole, bring out the flavor of the serrano chile, onion, and cilantro by processing them with salt.
We add the avocados and make sure to keep them chunky for the best texture.
This traditional salsa is produced by blending chopped tomatoes, onions, and chiles; however, our version is ever-so-slightly improved for taste
and texture; it is also called salsa fresca or salsa mexicana (because it resembles the colors of the Mexican flag).