Avocados include a wealth of nutrients that are both heart-healthy and anti-inflammatory, and their high fat content may help reduce pre-dinner appetite.
Few things, in my opinion, can compare to a bowl of real tortilla soup. It may just be due to my love of everything avocado-flavored.
Tequila will typically be served either straight up or on the rocks with lime when ordering at a Mexican restaurant.
While the grilled shrimp offers protein and beneficial omega-3 fatty acids, the salad's vegetables are jam-packed with nutritious nutrients including fibre.
Instead of a taco shell, I order an entree-sized house salad in a bowl and ask my waitress to top it with beans, grilled chicken, avocado, and a dusting of cheese.
Purchase tacos and, rather than using corn tortillas, wrap them in romaine lettuce leaves. Depending on how they're presented, frequently request avocado and salsa in place of the cheese and sour cream.
Ask the kitchen to go easy on the sauce or to serve it on the side since most fish tacos come with a creamy sauce.
One of my favourite Mexican recipes is yellow corn tortilla tacos with grilled chicken, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, grilled peppers, and jalapenos.
Any Mexican restaurant will typically offer vegetarian burritos, and with a few easy adjustments, they may be a nutritious option.
Ceviche, which is raw fish marinated in lime juice and herbs, transports me back to Mexico whenever I eat it. It's a straightforward dinner without any high-calorie items like cheese or maize.
Since the meat, vegetables, garnishes, and tortillas are all delivered separately, fajitas provide you more control over your portion size than most other restaurant meals.