Try these easy, cheesy ground beef enchiladas, complete with sassy sauce and mild chillies.
Mexico meets Italy in this surprisingly simple dish--just layer cooked chicken, cheese, salsa, and other enchilada ingredients between tortillas.
The Day of the Dead is a two day festival that celebrates and honours the dead with laughter and joy. Taking place every year on the 1st and 2nd of November, Dia de los Muertos is celebrated in Mexico, throughout Latin America and anywhere else in the world where there is a Latin community.
As part of this vibrant tradition, families visit and clean the graves of their loved ones, sharing stories and memories of those who have died. It’s common to celebrate by enjoying the same things their loved ones enjoyed in life - the festival is characterized by food, drink and music, as well as sweets to balance the bitterness of death.
The vibrant costumes and symbols make the Day of the Dead instantly recognizable. It’s common to wear vibrant colours and face painted skulls.