This is how we Mexicans from California make our rice. We call it Spanish rice, not mexican rice! I didn't hear the term "mexican rice" until I moved to the midwest. This is how all of my family make the rice, aunts and grandmother alike. We don't put in peas or carrots like I have seen from other recipes. I was told by my sons girlfriend that I make it just like the restaurants. I hope that was a compliment!!
25 Easy Spanish Recipes to Throw the Best Tapas Party Ever
Top crusty bread with flank steak, goat cheese and roasted red peppers to make this appetizer.
My Favorite Traditional Spanish Sangria
My absolute favorite traditional Spanish sangria recipe! This is SO SIMPLE but extremely delicious, and also flexible-- so you can add in other bits if you want! http://spanishsabores.com/2014/05/15/traditional-spanish-sangria-recipe/
5 Spanish Tapas Recipes Perfect for Game Day and Occasions
5 Spanish Tapas Perfect for Game Day
Sautéed chorizo with red wine
These chunks of spicy sausage in a rich glaze of garlic, honey and red wine are sure to disappear quickly from a buffet or tapas spread
Mexican Bunuelos from Food.com: My mom used to make these every year with her Spanish class students. We LOVE them! Kind of a mexican version of elephant ears, but different. VERY addicting! This makes a lot, so you may want to cut the recipe in half.
Best Spanish Rice | "I'm Mexican and this is often my go to Mexican rice dish because it's so easy. I do know how to make it from scratch with my family's recipe, but this is fool proof and is quicker and easier to make. NOTE: I've made this with green salsa in place of the red salsa and it tasted equally good."
Puerto Rican Style beans
Puerto Rican Style Beans - If you like a an easy yet tasty meat free beans then, you might think this Puerto Rican Beans is about the most delicious beans to cook up. It’s a hearty stew of red beans, simmered in tomatoes, onions, garlic, bell pepper spices and chunks of potatoes until all the flavors fuse together beautifully......
Best Mexican Rice Ever! I've tried 3 or 4 different mexican rice recipies and this one actually tastes like it could be from a mexican restaurant. It does take some time to prepare but it was worth it. Will definitely make again! - Chelsie