Perfect QuinoaThis is the easiest way to make perfectly delicious quinoa, a grain that contains all 9 essential amino acids, iron, vitamins B and E, calcium, and antioxidants. It also has high levels of magnesium, manganese, and phosphorus, which help with the absorption of calcium. This technique works well with other grains, too.QuesadillaKids who love grilled cheese sandwiches will enjoy this Mexican version made with a flour tortilla. Make it plain with cheese or dress it up with vegetables–either way, a delicious treat.Bolivian Peanut SoupIn Bolivia, a country at the heart of South America, soup is eaten almost every day. Served at noon, a typical main meal consists of two courses, sopa and segundo, which translate as soup and second (referring to the second course). This is one of the most popular versions of a national favorite. A creamy, hearty, and satisfying soup that will fill you up and keep you warm. Ideal for a cold day! Tofu with Green Beans and Chorizo BowlThis wholesome bowl hits all the right notes for a complete meal. It’s a delicious and delightful presentation. Araceli Flores shared this recipe at a 2019 cooking demonstration held at the Science of Spirituality International Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois. Classic ChiliIon Kruger’s spicy classic chili is sure to warm your bones on a cold winter’s night. Serve with cornbread and your choice of garnishes. A great meal to serve to your non-veg family or friends.Cheezy Nachos with Refried BeansGame Day, Friday nights, lunch, or after-school snacks! Any time you feel like a tasty, spicy Mexican fiesta, this recipe will fit your needs and delight your taste buds!Mexican Fiesta SaladCrunchy, cool, and spicy! This salad is easy to put together for a speedy meal. Olé!Tacos for BreakfastLovers of spicy food will embrace these tasty breakfast tacos prepared with the delicious herbs and spices associated with Mexican Cuisine. Serve any time of day!Veggie Fajitas With Cashew Tofu Sour CreamEveryone loves the flavors of Tex-Mex. The spicy and tangy vegetables in this recipe go well in both flour and corn tortillas. Serve with guacamole and our amazing Cashew Tofu Sour CreamCaldo Tlalpeño (Vegan)Whether called soup or stew, this spicy and hearty tlalpeño soup is a staple of homemade Mexican cuisine.Hibiscus Iced Tea (Aqua de Jamaica)A refreshing drink for hot summer days!EmpanadasVioleta Patino prepared these authentic Empanadas at our April 20th, 2019 cooking demo, held at the Science of Spirituality Meditation Center in Lisle, Illinois. A specialty from Guanajuato, Mexico but originating in Spain, these savory pies are a flaky, vegan treat.