I am a huge fan of Mexican flavors. You can mix them up any way you’d like. Soups, salads, dips, burritos, stews, tacos. Use fish, pork, beef, chicken, or make it vegetarian. You just can’t miss. Most everyone will love whatever you make.
Typically when you go out for Mexican food you can expect lots of salt, fat and calories. So make it yourself! Why not? Then you’ll control the fat and calories. Even a simple plate of Nachos can be a healthy choice if you use baked chips, low fat cheese, beans, lean meat, and lots of veggies in the form of peppers and tomatoes.
Sorry, I lost my focus there for a minute. Showing people that they can enjoy their favorite foods is such a passion.
This recipe uses quick cooking brown rice (normally I would use my rice maker, but I had instant ready to use or lose), lean pork, beans and lots of tomato and colorful peppers.
Topped with just a bit of avocado and light sour cream, you can use your favorite baked chips to scoop up the spicy goodness.
Total Fat: 13.48g
Total Carbs: 43.35g
Dietary Fiber: 8.10g