Delicious Mexican Side Dishes
Without a few tasty Mexican side dishes to go with it, no Mexican entrée is complete.
In Hong Kong, Mexican food has long been a local favorite. And the rest of the world is now starting to catch on. Examples of classic and well-liked dishes include tacos, burritos, and enchiladas. Additionally, some Tex-Mex dishes, such fajitas, are more up-to-date.
Additionally, there are a plethora of options for sides to pair with Mexican meals. Some of which are more traditional and others more modern. You can try some popular dishes at La Vista, Mexican Restaurant & Bar if you are in Hong Kong. To help you select the ideal sides for your feast. We have rounded up numerous delectable Mexican side dish dishes including Mexican corn pudding and chicken tortilla soup.
The finest Mexican side dishes listed here will make your upcoming Mexican supper a delectable triumph.
Mexican Zucchini Roasted
You cannot go wrong with this recipe for Mexican roasted zucchini if you want a flavorful, fast, and healthful Mexican side dish. Folks, this one is simple; simply chop up your zucchini, add your spices, olive oil, and oil, and bake. Additionally, we strongly advise topping with crumbled queso fresco cheese from Mexico. Furthermore, this is the ideal side dish for a vegan Mexican supper or any dinner that would benefit from the addition of aromatic roasted vegetables.
Guacamole is a simple Mexican side dish that you can probably cook while sleeping. But the guacamole made with this recipe is some of the creamiest and most flavorful you will ever eat. However, your avocados are the major component right now. So, you should choose them wisely. You want soft avocados you can practically pinch right through to the pit; they must not be too firm, and there is almost no such thing as too ripe.
Simply cut open your avocados once you have them and combine them with the other ingredients and seasonings. This straightforward side dish is a necessity for gatherings and goes well with almost every Mexican cuisine. Come to La Vista, Mexican Restaurant & Bar in Hong Kong and explore the Mexican Cuisine.
Mexican Slaw with Tang
What happens when the idea of a Savoury taco salad is combined with wonderful, creamy coleslaw? You receive this fantastic Mexican coleslaw recipe! Including coleslaw-chopped mixed vegetables, red pepper, black beans, grilled corn, fresh cilantro, jalapenos, mayo, sour cream, taco spice, and lime juice, this recipe is ideal for cookouts and is bursting with mouthwatering ingredients.
Potatoes Sweet from Mexico
One of our all-time Favorite baked potato recipes are this one for Mexican sweet potatoes. Over the years, millions of people have learned about the health advantages of eating more sweet potatoes and they can even surpass white potatoes in terms of flavor.
With ingredients like onion, garlic, red bell pepper, mushrooms, corn, black beans, and avocado combined with seasonings to create the ideal spicy, Savoury complement to the sweet potato’s naturally sweet flavor. However, this recipe is the ideal illustration of how sweet potatoes can really add something special. The contrast is just astounding!
Corn Pudding from Mexico
Undoubtedly, this is one of those Mexican entrées that diners like debating. See, some people claim that it is a dessert. Some claim it is not.
On the one side, there are flavors like cheddar cheese and cayenne pepper, which are both hot. On the other hand, there is the sweet Mexican street corn flavor and the custard-like mixture. Whereas, your taste buds will be the only winners in this argument as you relish spoonful after spoonful of this sweet, Savoury, spicy pudding!
Potato salad from Mexico
A traditional side dish at many barbecue feasts and events is potato salad. This recipe for Mexican potato salad is sure to impress your guests, unlike many typical potato salad dishes that are less than creative.
Baby gold potatoes, black beans, sweet corn, your preferred salsa, shredded sharp cheddar cheese. And the choice to include fresh cilantro or green onions are among the components in the dish.
Simply combine the ingredients in a sizable mixing bowl and stir to make this dish. For added heat, you can also add a few diced jalapenos or cayenne pepper.
Street Corn Salad from Mexico
This recipe for Mexican street corn salad. This has a smokey and creamy flavor with just the right amount of spice and zest You count is another one of our favorite Mexican BBQ sides.
While not a true traditional recipe. This one is a delightful modification that gives the food new, mouthwatering flavors, colors, and textures.
Sweet corn, black beans, fresh cilantro, diced red bell peppers, diced jalapenos, onion, garlic, and a spicy, creamy Mexican dressing are all ingredients in the recipe.
Soup with chicken tortilla
Not every Mexican side dish requires fork or hand consumption. While, this chicken tortilla soup recipe is the ideal starter or side dish for any Mexican-themed meal.
Of fact, given its substantial nature and delicious, spicy ingredients, it can also be served as a main course on its own.
Additionally, yellow onion, jalapenos, garlic, chilli powder, cumin, chicken broth, tomato sauce, fire-roasted diced tomatoes, frozen corn, black beans, freshly chopped cilantro, fresh lime juice, salt, and freshly ground black pepper are the ingredients for this recipe.
You can top your dish with items like a few crumbled tortilla chips or corn tortilla strips, shredded Mexican or Monterey Jack cheese, sliced avocado, and sour cream.
Cornbread from Mexico
When it comes to “messing” with their beloved traditional cornbread recipes, many people can become rather sensitive. This recipe for hot, sticky, and cheesy Mexican cornbread will win over even the most ardent cornbread purist. Normally, we are hesitant to include whole corn kernels in our cornbread, but this recipe more than overcomes our reservations! Mexican corn, Jalapenos, cheese, and green onions are some of the components that give this cornbread its vibrant flavor. However, the buttermilk, butter, and honey work together to give your cornbread a sweet, creamy flavor.
Mexican Corn Fritters Deep-fried
This recipe for deep-fried Mexican corn fritters is one of my major new weaknesses. Although they resemble hushpuppies in size and look, it is the only similarity these two have. Moreover, the corn, chopped onion, minced serrano pepper (or jalapeno), dried epazote leaves, salt, crumbled cotija, and minced fresh cilantro are just a few of the incredible flavors that are packed into these golden-fried small fritters.
Esquites, which should be chilled overnight and brought to room temperature before being added to your fritter mixture, are part of the creamy, straightforward batter.
This delectable dish for Mexican black beans, which keeps things straightforward, turns these ordinary beans into something quite magical.
Using the water from the canned black beans when cooking them may be something you want to do with this recipe. But without using additional thickeners like corn starch, this will thicken the mixture.
Cumin, oregano, onion powder, taco seasoning mix, and salt will be the seasonings you use to make your beans stand out. Lime juice and fresh cilantro will be used as garnish.
Rice with Cilantro and lime
The cilantro lime rice in this dish is fluffy, delicate, and overflowing with fresh, zesty flavor.
Usually, it is challenging to be enthused about white rice. Sure, you can enjoy fluffy rice that is not overly sticky, but in terms of flavor, rice usually simply serves to amplify the flavors of the foods it is served with.
However, cilantro lime rice would not let any meal overshadow it and will undoubtedly grab your taste buds’ attention while enhancing any Mexican food.
Naturally, you should rinse your rice to get rid of the starches and avoid sticking. It is better to cover your rice in water until clear running begins. To add a little more flavor, we also used veggie broth.
Without a doubt, there are many excellent store-bought salsas available. But making salsa at home is simply too simple and typically tastes far better than buying it.
Only a few basic ingredients are combined in this recipe to produce a salsa that is the ideal balance of spicy and Savoury with a strong tomato taste. Otherwise, you can try and order Mexican Cuisine from La Vista, Mexican Restaurant & Bar in Hong Kong.
Pork in Mexican Red Pozole
Mexican Red Pozole soup with pork is yet another fantastic soup that is a superb Mexican side dish. Furthermore, this recipe combines a rich, powerfully spiced broth with soft, seasoned pork and vegetables like tomatoes, garlic, onions, and hominy.