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Now here’s a delicious dessert that you can make from the most unlikely ingredient- Beetroot. Usually these deep red roots are eaten boiled or combined with any salad vegetable, but our recipe will transform this into a dessert that will amaze everyone.

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Featuring Chef Alex Mirales ..a classic Mexican dish that can be made as mild or as spicy as you wish. The deliciously creamy green poblano sauce smothers perfectly grilled chicken, stuffed with some more of the spicy poblano goodness and cheese, to perfectly balance the heat. You really can’t go wrong here!

You must have eaten fajitas a zillion times but these chicken fajitas are simply the best. A signature dish in any Mexican restaurant, these are made in an authentic restaurant style. And now you can make these just as perfectly in your own kitchen!

You must have eaten fajitas a zillion times before, but you can’t beat these juicy beef fajitas. Try these once and you will never want fajitas made any other way. And what’s more, now you can make these just as perfectly in your own kitchen!

Here is the SizzlingPots version of Moqueca, a traditional Brazilian seafood stew. Fish, onions, garlic, tomatoes, cilantro, and other ingredients. This delicious stew makes a great casserole dish for your dinner table, or impress your friends at pot-lucks.

Featuring Chef Alex Mirales: Empanadas are stuffed pastries or breads , traditionally fried but can also be baked. Very popular in Spain and Latin American countries, with every region having their own special variation.

‘Modak’, an Indian dessert dumpling, has a sweet filling of freshly grated coconut and jaggery ( unprocessed cane sugar / molasses) , with a soft outer shell made from rice or wheat flour. Modaks are believed to be a favorite of Lord Ganesha, a Hindu God, remover of obstacles.