Recipes by Di Swann
Need dinner on the table in 20 minutes? No problem with these fantastic Fajitas − so quick, so easy, and so lipsmackingly good!
Only 3 ingredients. Only 3 steps. It doesn’t get any easier than this.
Tired of munching your way through all that bun to get to your burger? Try this for a change – tasty burgers and a sweet chilli salsa all wrapped up in a thin tortilla.
Watties Just Add Mexican Mince Simmer Sauce makes tacos even easier!
Taco shells are brilliant for holding all kinds of fillings. This recipe uses thinly sliced sausages instead of the usual mince.
Try this for an easy meal that will be on the table in 15 minutes. See our tip below on making a salsa to go with it and you have a new twist on an old favourite.
A tasty Mexican favourite made easy with Craig's Spicy Mexican Beans and Hellaby's Corned Beef.
For a tasty meal, you can’t go past this nacho bake. A tomato, mince and bean mix topped with Doritos corn chips and served with a delicious guacamole. You can also try this recipe with Doritos Nacho Cheese.
Tortillas are an all-time family favourite down Mexico way, and they're fast becoming just as popular around Kiwi tables. Tender beef schnitzel strips, a zingy, hot Mexican sauce, and the smooth, fresh flavours of a classic guacamole make this a quick and easy winner for dinner!
Cinnamon and cocoa may seem unusual in a chilli, but these are our secret ingredients that make this recipe really special.
Just in case you never get to a ranch in Mexico, here’s a recipe for their incredible eggs – just the thing before you go out to round up a herd of cattle.
With just a few simple ingredients, you can turn the humble pizza into a memorable Mexican mouthful.
Mexican corn muffins − like corn bread, but with a hint of chilli spice.
The first law of barbecuing is marinate, marinate, marinate! The second law is always have a glass of wine at hand in case of emergency.
Fancy a few crispy roast vegetables tonight? This recipe teams roast vegetables seasoned with garlic and rosemary with Mexican beef garnished with grated cheese and sour cream. Delicious!
Beans, not tortillas, are Mexico’s favourite food. And you’ll see why when you try this exotic take on baked beans and toast.
A favourite Mexican-style meal of beef, beans and tortillas that is easy to prepare and even more fun to eat.
Take your favourite cuisines, mix them up a bit and WOW! It tastes fantastic! If you like it hotter, substitute the Wattie’s Chilli Beans Mild for Wattie’s Chilli Beans Hot.
Ole! Try these tacos for a Mexican fling. You can also use burritos or corn chips and they are just as tasty!
These are no ordinary sausage rolls − tasty, but not smothered in pastry. Served with a tomato vegetable salsa with a lime zing, they're great as a light meal or cut in half for a snack. They're also perfect for 'bring a plate' occasions.