1. Apetizers & Soups
  2. Main Dishes
  3. Side Dishes
  4. Desserts & Beverages
Tortilla Soup

Tortilla Soup

This simple yet nourishing soup is a classic Mexican recipe made from simmering corn tortillas in seasoned chicken stock. Topped with shredded cheese and sour cream, this traditional Mexican soup will satisfy your hunger and warm your soul.

Chicken, Pork and Hominy Stew

Chicken, Pork and Hominy Stew

Pozole is a hearty Mexican stew of pork, hominy and chiles served throughout the Pacific coastal states of Mexico, especially Guerrero, Michoacán and Jalisco. Depending on the region, different chiles are added, which affects the color and flavor of the dish. Here, we use GOYA® Guajillo Chiles, which contribute a rich, slightly smoky flavor as well as a beautiful brick red color.

Crisp-Fried Tortilla with Cheese

Crisp-Fried Tortilla with Cheese

This easy-to-prepare Northern Mexican version of the tostada combines crisp flour tortillas, Jack cheese, Goya Jalapeños and Black Olives, all baked to perfection in the oven. Top with zesty Goya Salsita Arbol , made from chili peppers, for even more robust flavor.

Chilaquiles

Chilaquiles

Tortillas that are cut into triangles, fried, and then cooked in a green (verde) sauce. It’s traditionally considered a breakfast dish, but can be eaten as an appetizer.

Sopes

Sopes

Sopes are like tortillas, but thicker. Wonderful when topped with refried beans, lettuce, shredded cheese and tomatos. In some Mexican regions they are eaten with avocados. Enjoyed throughout the whole country, from Tijuana to Cancun.

Meatballs in Spicy Tomatillo Sauce

Meatballs in Spicy Tomatillo Sauce

The major use of tomatillos is in sauces, giving rise to the famous salsa verde (green sauce). Check out this Central Mexican version of plump, juicy little meatballs, smothered in salsa verde sauce.

Shrimp in Chipotle Sauce

Shrimp in Chipotle Sauce

This shrimp dish from the coast of Oaxaca gets its spicy reputation from a perfect blend of flavors found in the picante tomato sauce and the chipotle chiles.

Cowboy Beans

Cowboy Beans

This ranch-style or norteño cooking of Northern Mexico is epitomized by its use of beans. Frijoles charros are traditionally cooked over open fire with chiles, herbs and meat. Around Monterrrey, a little beer is added for flavor to create a dish often referred to as borrachos or "drunken beans".

Meat Tacos

Meat Tacos

Carnitas are a traditional Mexican dish, eaten throughout the country. This version is made with pork.

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Ceviche in Spicy Red Sauce

Ceviche in Spicy Red Sauce

"Cooking" with the acidity of lime juice is a delicious, low-calorie method of preparing fresh fish, and has been around since ancient times. This tomato-based version originated in Acapulco and is very popular along the Pacific Coast. Serve up this tasty starter in a pretty sundae glass or on soda crackers.

Tropical Fruit Ice

Tropical Fruit Ice

Goya understands how important it is to enjoy dessert even when you’re watching calories. Goya’s Tropical Fruit Ices are low in calories and made with Goya Fruit Pulps, packed with delicious fruit flavors, like coconut, tamarind, papaya, mango, and as used here - guanábana (sour sop) and guayaba (guava).

Cold Fruit Drink

Cold Fruit Drink

The perfect antidote to a hot day is this delightful mixture of fruit juice and water that spell refreshment. Aguas frescas are traditionally prepared in a large glass jug, and enjoyed over ice. With Goya's full line of 100% natural frozen fruits, you can enjoy your favorite drinks all year long! Disfrútalas!