Cuisine: Mexican


Butterflied leg of lamb with Mexican-style marinade

By Sonia Sultana


Pulled brisket chilli

By Sonia Sultana


Chicken mole

Mole is a Mexican classic – a thick, dark sauce made with a medley of sweet and spicy chillies, rounded out with bitter chocolate. Served with tender chicken, it’s sublime.

By Sonia Sultana


Mexican-style fish cakes

By Sonia Sultana


Veggie enchiladas

Filled with grilled veg, cumin-fried black beans and fresh coriander, and baked until bubbling and golden, this Mexican classic is super comforting.

By Sonia Sultana


Cracking chicken burrito

This chicken burrito recipe is a Mexican classic and a really tasty way of using up leftover rice, too

By Sonia Sultana


Piri piri chicken

Crisp, spicy roast chicken, served with piri piri sauce, jalapeño salsa and sweet potato wedges – delicious!

By Sonia Sultana


Kerryann’s chilli con veggie

This easy veggie chilli recipe is full of good stuff and makes the perfect midweek vegetarian meal for the family.

By Sonia Sultana



This Central American street-food favourite is great for parties . Baleadas are one of Honduras's most popular dishes and make brilliant party food. Just top the tortillas with your favourites – refried beans, fried eggs, chorizo, cheese, avocado… whatever you like!

By Sonia Sultana


Party-time Mexican tacos

Shredded roast chicken and all the trimmings, stuffed into homemade tortillas with a drizzle of Mexican salsa – this epic taco recipe is perfect for feeding a crowd.

By Sonia Sultana


Veggie chilli

This is a lovely alternative to traditional chilli con carne. It's packed with good stuff so is a great choice for veggies and meat eaters alike. I like to serve it with soured cream, guacamole and either rice or tortilla chips, but it’s totally up to you.

By Sonia Sultana


Cool Mexican bean wraps

Beans are magical little things and massively underrated. I’m showing them some love by pairing them with exciting Mexican flavours. Baked in a tortilla with veg and cheese until golden on the outside, but oozy on the inside, it’s a real texture extravaganza. Beans are an amazing veggie source of protein and are packed with fibre, which will keep you nice and full. They also count as one of your 5-a-day, so this recipe clocks up up two of your 5-a-day! Use any leftover beans and tomatoes to make some homemade baked beans – add a pinch of paprika for a smoky kick.

By Sonia Sultana