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Pork Chops in HERDEZ® Salsa Verde

Sauté pork chops in mild salsa verde sprinkled with pomegranate seeds and pepitas for a light and festive Mexican dinner. Not only is it delicious, but also cooks up in no time—perfect for the holidays.

Recipe courtesy of: Yvette Marquez @MuyBuenoCooking



Mole Pozole

Pozole meets DOÑA MARÍA® Mole. Impress your family with this new spin to your pozole recipe!




Homemade Tacos de Adobada

There are so many things to love in this easy authentic taco recipe. Marinating the pork shoulder in a zesty adobo sauce makes it tender and delicious. The secret ingredient? Combining Mexican crema with HERDEZ® Guacamole Salsa to get the perfect mix of creamy and savory.


Pizza Casera

Simply use tortillas, HERDEZ® Salsa Casera and HERDEZ® Salsa Verde with just ham and basil to craft a delicious after-school snack. Quick and easy, this recipe is a perfect for making a meal together for Día del Niño or simply putting a smile on your niño’s face, any day of the week.

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Slow Cooker Pasilla Pulled Pork Lettuce Wraps

In honor of Día del Niño, prepare traditional pulled pork in a fun and hands-on way. The crisp lettuce wraps are lighter than tortillas, but are still loaded with irresistibly tender smoky pasilla pork. Even better, your kids will love that no utensils are required! Recipe courtesy of Yvette Marquez, Muy Bueno partner, 2015.

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Pork Tamales

Tamales are a traditional Mexican holiday food often enjoyed during the Christmas and Las Posadas seasons. What makes them special is that many families have their own secret recipes. This year, start your own tradition with this zesty and tender homemade pork tamales recipe from LatinoFoodie for an authentic celebration.


Chipotle and Piloncillo Glazed Ham

Piloncillo is a special Mexican pure brown sugar pressed into a cone shape that makes this glazed ham recipe irresistibly tender. Combined with the low heat of smoky chipotle peppers, it is sweeter and bolder than any traditional honey glazed ham recipe. This popular Christmas main dish was developed by the connoisseurs of Latin food and culture at LatinoFoodie and will transform your holiday meal.