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Great Mexican dishes make your mouth water even when you just hear their names. We have hand selected 20 Best of the Best irresistible Mexican recipes from the Chef's Secret Vault like Salsa Mexicana, Southwest Tortilla Quiche, Bay of LA Lobster Tacos, Sunburst Avocado Salad, Authentic Mexican Flan, Beer Fajitas - Fajitas de Cerveza, Oyster Soup - Sopa de Ostiones and many more. Your friends and family will think you've been taking lessons in gourmet cooking. So don't miss this chance to add some treasured recipes to your personal collection today!

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