If you’re a big fan of Mexican food (and who isn’t!) but avoid the kitchen, you’ll love these recipes. They’ve got all the flavor of your favorite Mexican joint. But, they’re easy enough that even a novice chef can whip them up in the kitchen without a problem. Next time you’re in the mood for Mexican, put down the take-out menu, pick up an apron and choose one of these recipes. In just 30 minutes, you’ll have a food fiesta on the table!
Fiesta Regal Springs Tilapia Nachos
These Fiesta Regal Springs Tilapia Nachos from Regal Springs look super impressive. But take very little time and effort to make! All you have to do is throw some tortilla chips on a baking tray, add your favorite Mexican toppings and cover with cheese. While the nachos heat up in the oven, pan-fry some tender Tilapia fillets in butter and hot sauce. Remove the nachos from the oven, top with the Tilapia and enjoy! This dish would be especially good for parties or potlucks.
Quick and Easy Shrimp Fajitas
This Quick and Easy Shrimp Fajitas recipe from Food.com is a delicious twist on a classic Mexican recipe. It features succulent shrimp and colorful veggies tossed in taco seasoning. And since the recipe uses only one pot, you’ll have hardly any dishes to do at the end of the night.
One Skillet Mexican Rice Casserole
If you’re looking for a hearty Mexican meal, this One Skillet Mexican Rice Casserole recipe from Making Thyme for Health is sure to do the trick. Many of the ingredients in the casserole are pantry staples that you probably already have on hand. Think canned corn, canned beans and rice. They come together in one skillet to create a tantalizing spiced dish filled with Mexican flair.
Rustic Lake-Grown Tilapia Tacos
Nobody knows how to cook fish better than those who dedicate their lives to raising them. So, you can trust this Rustic Lake-Grown Tilapia Tacos recipe from Regal Springs to be a winner. It features mild Tilapia fillets, fresh veggies and authentic Mexican ingredients like avocado, habanero peppers and cilantro. They come together to create a dish that has all the complex and vibrant flavors of Mexico.
The best of two countries known for their cuisine, Mexico and Italy, collide in this quick and easy Mexican Pasta recipe from Kitchme. With ingredients including corn, beans, salsa and taco seasoning, this recipe is like taking all your favorite burrito toppings out of the tortilla and onto a plate of al dente noodles.
Mexican Fish Stew
On a cold winter’s day, there’s nothing better than a warm meal like this Mexican Fish Stew recipe from the Food Network. Potatoes, Tilapia and corn are the star of this tomato-based stew that also features ancho chile powder, cilantro and lime.
Instead of opting for yet another restaurant meal when you’ve got a craving for Mexican food, whip up one of these recipes in the comfort of your own home. Since all of these recipes take 30 minutes or less to prepare, you’ll have dinner ready faster than you could get take-out or delivery.