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How to make Mexican Pinwheels in the Microwave

Pasta de rudea, also known as Mexican Pinwheels, are a delicious traditional snack sold in street markets around Mexico and enjoyed in homes around the country and world. Who knew that they were also the perfect complement to the modern innovation of the microwave? It turns out that they can be made quickly and much healthier by simply throwing them in the microwave for a minute. Without any oil on them from being fried, they are a delicious treat that is perfectly complimented by a mix of lemon juice and whatever spice mix suits your fancy. (Our cajun spice mix works great)

Whether you grew up in the Hispanic tradition and enjoyed making this snack, or if you are simply looking for something fun and new, Mexican Pinwheels are the best, fastest snack you have never heard of.

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The Don’s Fit-For-Fall Pumpkin Spice Mix

Nothing brings in the season quite like the hearty flavors of pumpkin spice mix. These can be perfectly added to almost anything, from a warm cup of cinnamon tea to the perfect pumpkin pie – we will leave it to you and your imagination to add our beloved pumpkin spice mix to whatever you think could use it.

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The Don’s Signature Grilled Chicken

Grilled chicken is an iconic dish worldwide, and needs no introduction. The Don’s recipe will take what you know about a classic chicken grill and take it somewhere totally new (and much spicier!)

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Horchata

Horchata uses long-grain white rice and water paired with cinnamon to get it a fantastic balanced and refreshing taste.

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Loaded Nachos
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Loaded Nachos

Not only are nachos a great guilty pleasure meal, they’re also a great appetizer at any get together. Whether you’re doing a build your own nacho bar, or a meticulously crafted tower of loaded nacho goodness, people will be happy.

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Michelada

The hallmarks of a good Michelada (in addition to the Mexican lager beer) are a salt and chile powder-rimmed glass, Clamato juice, lime juice, worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, and some hot sauce.

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Guacamole

How can you not love Guacamole? It goes with literally everything under the sun. Chips and guac? Yes. Guacamole on toast? Yes. Licking the bowl

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Mexican Rice

When people think of Mexican cuisine, often it’s some sort of meat paired with rice, beans, and a tortilla on the side. It’s a filling

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Ancho Corn Cakes

Corn cakes aren’t specific to Mexican cuisine. Whether we’re talking the arepa from South America, fried Polenta from Italy, or corn fritters from the Southern

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Pancakes
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Pancakes

Pancakes are a Sunday morning tradition fit for a king. Many of us have nostalgic memories of our parents in the kitchen flipping fluffy pancakes

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Tomatillo Salsa de Arbol

Salsa comes in all kinds of flavors, spice levels, and textures. We could easily create an entire section of DonJuanChiles.com dedicated to the glory of

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Carne Asada

Carne Asada is a classic Latino meat with an incredible amount of recipe variations. It seems everyone’s Grandma or Grandpa has a specific, special seasoning

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