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Mexican Slow Cooker Cookbook - Favorite Mexican Recipes For Delightful Slow Cooking - cover

Mexican Slow Cooker Cookbook - Favorite Mexican Recipes For Delightful Slow Cooking

Nath Curley

Publisher: Mayorline

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Summary

Enjoy The Rich Flavors Of Mexico In The Most Convenient Way!If you've eaten Mexican food, you know how delicious it is. But is it really worth spending quality hours in the kitchen for, preparing ingredients and cooking? With a slow cooker, your favorite Mexican recipes can be prepared easily and quickly. This is because slow cooking brings out the rich flavor of Mexican cooking and reduces cooking time. Simple dump in your array of ingredients and come home to a flavorful meal.
 
This book is a collection of mouth -watering Mexican dishes prepared in a slow cooker. You will be able to cook with ease and cook with convenience while your slow cooker delivers the rich and complex flavors that accompany Mexican meals.
 
From fruity chicken tinga, Ropa Vieja Tostadas, Tortellini-Sausage Shrimp, Shrimp Tostadas to Pork Verde, Bosc Pears Wine and Enchilada Meatballs, the recipes in this book include various poultry and meat main dishes, seafood dishes, vegetable dishes, soups and stews, side dishes, dishes, appetizers and dips. These recipes cover various high-quality ingredients, food groups, and delectable flavors so you should have plenty of options to try out on different occasions.
 
With your slow cooker, the 100 incredulously tasty Mexican recipes in this book as well as the wealth of information contained in it, you now have what it takes to enjoy the Mexican meals. So follow the instructions carefully and have an enjoyable slow cooking!
 
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