You can take fried rice, mix in some spices, add chicken, and call it Tex-Mex Chicken and Rice—but that doesn’t make it so.
The slow cooker is a perfect place to prepare a long-simmered chili—but if you’re using turkey instead of beef, problems loom.
Mexican dinner in a hurry shouldn't mean lackluster tacos and flavorless salsa.
The rice that usually comes alongside a burrito at restaurants has about as much flavor as a piece of cardboard. We wanted to taste the tomato.
Could we make this Mexican favorite in the oven without a deep fryer?
By definition, chili equals heat and liveliness. The slow cooker sure put a damper on things.