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Hispanic Heritage Month

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Flour tortillas

They may seem small, but these little tortillas are about the same size as those sold at taco stands all over Mexico.

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Mexican Wedding Cookies

No matter the occasion, celebrate with these Mexican wedding cookies. Nuts, butter, flour and sugar come together in dense balls rolled in powdered sugar for a sweet treat.

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Arroz con Pollo (Chicken with Rice)

Make a complete, complex-tasting meal with this classic recipe for Mexican Arroz con Pollo. Skinless chicken forms the base of this dish while the rice cooks up with onion, bell pepper, broth and seasonings for a tasty one-dish meal.

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Empanadas

Savory pastries stuffed with spicy ground beef and boiled eggs.

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Posole with green chilies

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Slow Cooker Spiced-Citrus Pork Carnitas

Spicy pulled pork carnitas are so easy in the slow cooker. This lovely cut of meat goes by many names. Look for pork shoulder, butt roast, or Boston butt.

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Chicken Tortilla Soup

Chicken soup gets a Mexican twist featuring spicy jalapeño and crunchy tortilla strips.

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Spanish Omelet

Based on the Spanish dish tortilla de patata, roasted red peppers and sun-dried tomatoes give this potato omelet a burst of flavor and color.

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Fiesta Chicken, Black Bean, and Rice Bowl

This quick dinner recipe featuring lean chicken, black beans, salsa, Cheddar cheese, and fresh veggies is like a party in a bowl and is ready in 15 minutes.

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Spanish-Style Garlic Shrimp

This elegant, easy appetizer pairs juicy shrimp with fresh herbs, garlic and olive oil. Ready in 10 minutes, it’s still sophisticated enough for company.

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Roasted Yellow Plantains w/Balsamic Vinegar

Plantains are underappreciated in the U.S. A more versatile relative of the banana, they are starchier than they are sweet. As a result, they work well in either sweet or savory settings. Baked or roasted they're a fabulous accompaniment to meat or rice dishes.

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Vegetarian Empanadas

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