Tag: spicy

Papas Bravas

Try these delicious spicy potato wedges with guacamole and mango pico de gallo. A spin on the classic tapas that will make you go hungry!

Red Chile Tortillas

Make these pretty, orange-colored tortillas that are made with red chile sauce in honor of Día de Los Muertos.

Royal Prestige Spicy Brownies

Do you dare try these exquisite chocolate brownies with a touch of spice? An easy treat to enjoy with the whole family and quick to make with Royal Prestige cookware!⁠⠀

Roasted Poblano Salsa

A classic salsa that will spice up any of your favorite Mexican dishes, and good enough to enjoy by itself!

Mexican Hot Chocolate

There’s no better drink to warm you up these cold winter days than this creamy, sweet and spicy Mexican hot chocolate.

Salsa Roja

An easy and traditional salsa roja with spicy guajillo chiles that you’ll want all over your tacos.

Spicy Avocado Margarita

Need ideas for a green colored cocktail? This spicy avocado margarita is an easy and refreshing tequila drink with a twist.

Fuego Verde

Our friends from Cascabel Restaurant share how to mix their signature Fuego Verde cocktail, a tropical spin on the classic margarita.

Can You Guess Which Pepper is Hotter?

Finally! The culinary competition event our entire readership (and probably the WORLD) has been waiting for. Which pepper is hotter? Is the habanero the undisputed champion of heat? Or is some unknown underdog pepper ready in the weeds to swoop in and take the crown away?  We’ve analyzed, argued, and scientifically measured seven match-ups in […]

Holiday Empanadas

Learn how to make four different kinds of empanadas for this holiday season, because who doesn’t love an empanada?

These Four Ingredients Are the Building Blocks of Peruvian Cuisine

Peruvian food is regarded as one of the most sophisticated cuisines in South America. Its food is a mix of indigenous influences from the Incas and cuisines brought from European and Asian migrations. This includes natively grown cereals, grains, herbs, and root vegetables cultivated in the Andes. Peruvian food has been a favorite for many, but […]

The Definitive Guide to Bottled Hot Sauces

Bottled hot sauce has the power to add a little bit of a Latin kick to any dish on the planet. (Reminder: The first chile was domesticated in Mexico or northern Central America at least 6,000 years ago from the wild bird pepper).  They are here to rescue you from everything from bland eggs to […]