Recipes by Cuisine Mexican 30 Mexican Recipes To Crush Your Cravings By SAVEUR Editors | Published May 1, 2020 2:33 PM Recipes by Cuisine Recipes by Course Whether you're celebrating Cinco de Mayo or just in the mood for classic Mexican recipes, we've rounded up our favorites right here. Matt Taylor-Gross SHARE A base of pork shoulder and ribs is bolstered with smoky ancho and fruity guajillo chiles, plus plenty of toothsome hominy. Get the recipe for Pozole Rojo Blue Corn Pellizcadas with Salsa and Queso Fresco Tacos de Papa Hwy 99 (Potato Tacos) Chilaquiles Canned chipotle chiles and chorizo are two of the ingredients that distinguish this central Mexican version of chilaquiles from other regional styles of the dish. Get the recipe for Chilaquiles » Classic Guacamole Jalisco-Style Goat Stew (Goat Birria) Masa Ball and Tomato Soup Classic Margarita This recipe proves that simple can be delicious. We recommend using Herradura Silver Tequila. Get the recipe for a Classic Margarita » Tamales with Black Beans 2) Braise or Steam Meats and Fish Frida Kahlo’s Zucchini Salad (Ensalada de Calabacín) This simple Mexican salad consists of grilled zucchini, avocado, and salty, crumbled añejo cheese. Chicken and Potato Stew (Guisada al Pollo) Chilled Mexican Potato and Leek Soup (Sopa de Poro y Papa) Ancho Chile Soup with Avocado, Crema, and Chile Pasilla (Sopa de Chile Ancho) Huevos Rancheros Huevos Rancheros Mexican Braised Spare Ribs with Squash and Corn Fried Shredded Beef Empanadas Homemade Masa Brisket Tacos Coconut Horchata Whitefish Guacamole Mexican Ricotta Croquettes Requeson (Mexican ricotta) and a variety of other Mexican cheeses to make these craveable croquettes. Serve them with a sweet and smoky chipotle-honey salsa. Get the recipe for Mexican Ricotta Croquettes » Mole Verde Zacatecano Lighter and simpler than the nut-enriched moles of Puebla and Oaxaca, this Zacatecan version is made with fresh tomatillos, cilantro, jalapeños, and garlic. Mexican Chicken Tortilla Soup (Sopa Azteca) Corn Tamales with Tomatillo Salsa Churros con Chocolate Caliente (Mexican Fritters with Hot Chocolate) Dinner or Main Course Mexican roundup MORE TO READ RELATED Spain’s Coziest Fish Dish Is Atún con Tomate (Tuna and Tomato Stew) You won’t see this stew on fancy restaurant menus—but it’s an abuela-approved standby that you don’t want to miss. READ NOW RELATED Pasta alla Gricia (Pasta with Guanciale, Pecorino, and Black Pepper) If you like carbonara, you’ll love this Roman trattoria standby. RELATED No-Churn Durian Ice Cream The polarizing tropical fruit shines in this easy, no-gadgets-required recipe.