A million miles away from cheesy nachos and cheap tequila, Mexican food is fresh, fantastic and full of flavour. One of the brightest stars in modern Mexican cooking, Masterchef winner and top chef at Wahaca Tommi Miers shares the recipes that she has gathered since she first fell in love with the country aged 18, reinventing the classics with modern ingredients to demonstrate how simple, nutritious and satisfying Mexican cooking can be.
Whether you’re looking for fun lunches, glamorous nibbles, sensational suppers or divine cocktails, MEXICAN FOOD MADE SIMPLE is bursting with recipes you’ll want to share with family and friends: easy-to-make moles, tacos and taquitos, exciting salsas and marinades and irresistible recipes to cook on your barbeque, to char-grill or just to flash straight into your pan.
Illustrated throughout with gorgeous, vibrant photography, MEXICAN FOOD MADE SIMPLE invites you to travel down the spice route and find your passion for the aromatic, or experiment with fast, fiery recipes using fresh chillies and herbs. And with Tommi’s top cooking tips and an extensive, easy-to-use menu planner, you’ll find everything you need to put together an authentic Mexican meal at home.
"Mexican food is one of the world's great cuisines and there is no one I'd rather read on the subject than Tommi. I love her writing and the recipes in this book are wonderful too" - Tom Parker Bowles, Market Kitchen
"When I read this book I wanted to cook from it immediately ... then jump on a plane to Oaxhaca. Colourful and inviting, full of scrummy-looking and achievable recipes, it's for anyone who likes their food vibrant, healthy and ballsy...just like the author!" - Allegra McEvedy
"A world away from Tex-Mex sizzling fajitas with cheesy nachos, Thomasina Miers, former MasterChef champ and Wahaca restaurant founder, is bringing a large slice of genuine Mexico to the mainstream" - Delicious
"Perfect for summer, this book from the MasterChef 2005 winner is full of easy flavourful recipes." - BBC Good Food Magazine
"A great introduction to the breadth of real Mexican cooking, which goes way beyond the Tex-Mex cliches." - Delicious