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Mexican Chicken Lettuce Cups

This versatile recipe can be cut down to a simple quick cooked chicken option or infused with spice by using the 2+ hour marinade method. Pick your favorite sturdy leafy green but this recipe recommends savoy cabbage for its natural cupping and flavor. Either way you'll never look at vegetation the same way again.

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Roasted Pepper Chilaquiles

finished plate of chilaquiles

This recipe is the perfect way to use up all those tortilla chips crumbs at the bottom of the bag.

  • 2-4 eggs (depending on how “eggy” you want this)
  • 1 cup of tortilla chip crumbs
  • 1 green chile (or red)
  • 1/4 cup diced onion
  • 1/4 cup diced fresh tomatoes
  • 1-2 Tbsp Sauce Goddess Latin Heat spice blend
  • oil to cook
  • cheese, salsa, avocado (delicious options)
  1. Please the pepper over an open flame (on your gas stove, grill or under your broiler.
  2. Once the outside is toasted. Turn off the flame and remove pepper. Let rest to cool.
  3. In a medium bowl, whisk eggs.
  4. Add chips crumbs to eggs. Stir to combine and completely moisten the chips. This will allow them to soften.
  5. Dice onion, tomato and pepper.
  6. Place in saute pan with 1 Tbsp Latin Heat and 1 tsp oil until tender.
  7. Add egg mixture.
  8. Cook until dome.
  9. Add cheese and cover with a lid.
  10. Cook on low until the cheese melts.
  11. Sprinkle with a bit more Latin Heat and serve with salsa or avocado slices.

Makes 2 servings.

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Fresh Mexican Pollo Asada for tacos and more

Pollo asada literally means grilled chicken. For truly delicious grilled chicken with south of the border flavor, the marinade is what’s important. We’re using mostly lime juice and cilantro to make the flavors brighter than a heavy marinade. Once it’d grilled, it’s fantastic on chips for nachos or on a salad.

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Latin Heat Chorizo Burger

Looking for ways to spice up burgers on the grill? This recipe creates a southwest flavor flair using fresh vegetables and a splash of Sauce Goddess Latin Heat.