Mexican Food Blogs are an incredible source for finding authentic recipes that go beyond tacos and enchiladas. I love sharing easy Mexican recipes here at Muy Delish, but there’s even more delicious recipes all around the internet from some of my favorite friends, new and old.

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We’ve got you covered with some of my favorite Mexican bloggers and their flavor-packed meals I love! Here are my top 9 Mexican Food Blogs you need to know about:

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  1. Mama Maggie’s Kitchen

Maggie is a first-generation Mexican-American blogger and her parents are from Durango, Mexico. Food is the center of her life and culture and has traveled throughout Mexico, sampling the unique foods of each region.

  1. Mexican Made Meatless

Nancy was born in Mexico and shares her vegetarian Mexican recipes on her popular blog. She loves transforming authentic traditional Mexican dishes into modern delicious meatless recipes. Her photography is beautiful and recipes are exquisite!

La Lechera Flan Recipe (Condensed Milk Flan)
This is one of the traditional flan recipes popular throughout Mexico. Made with sweetened condensed milk, evaporated milk, eggs and vanilla, and some variations. 
See Nancy’s recipe
  1. Susana Villasuso

Susana is a chef and recipe developer from San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Currently living in England with her family where she continues to create and teach about Mexican recipes. Her photography is amazing and worth checking out!

  1. Thai Caliente

Renee is behind Thai Caliente blog where she shares Thai and Mexican Recipes. Married to a Mexican, she’s able to combine both culture’s perfectly. She learned Thai recipes from her Mom and Mexican recipes from her Mother in law. I love her blog’s name! Isn’t cleaver?

A bowl of meat in broth garnished with cilantro.
Carne En Su Jugo
Carne en su jugo translates to 'Meat in its juices', and is a popular dish in Jalisco, Mexico. It consists of a simple beef soup with bacon and a broth made with blended tomatillos.
See Renee’s recipe
  1. Dora’s Table

Dora is the chef, recipe developer, and photographer behind Dora’s table. Born and raised in Mexico and a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in New York, she adopted a vegan diet to take control of her health. She’s an amazing teacher and creates delicious recipes for her blog.

Vegan Birria Tacos
Dora makes these delicious Birria Tacos that you must try! (approved by meat lovers) They're mixture of meaty oyster mushrooms and young jackfruit is simmered in a hearty sauce of dried chiles, aromatic spices, and roasted tomatoes, then served on warm corn tortillas. 
A birria taco dipped in broth.
See Dora’s recipe
  1. Mexican Food Memories

Karla Zazueta is the chef and blogger behind Mexican Food Memories. She’s a teacher based in London where she offers Mexican cooking classes. Her photography and recipes are amazing and worth checking out for inspirations.

A bowl with charred salad
Ensalada Tatemada (Charred Salad)
It's a delicious salad from grilled vegetables and a delicious dressing.
See Karla’s Instagram Post
  1. Everyday Latina

Gemma (born in Mexico) is the recipe developer, writer, and food photographer behind Everyday Latina. Here you will find traditional Mexican cuisine and a focus on clean, healthy ingredients.Everyday Latina is a place to share my parents’ delicious recipes, trustee home remedies, my own healthy takes on Mexican favorites, and family and kid-friendly tips.

  1. Nibbles and Feasts

Ericka is a cookbook author, award-winning blogger, recipe developer and photographer. She was born in Mexico, raised in Texas and now living in Los Angeles, CA. Nibbles and Feasts was created to preserve and share her favorite traditional family recipes.

A plate with two eggs covered in salsa.
Huevos Encobijados
Huevos encobijados meaning “covered eggs” or “eggs tucked under a blanket” is a delicious Mexican breakfast that consists of a fried egg on a refried pinto bean smothered fried corn tortilla, covered by another fried corn tortilla with a tasty and spicy tomato sauce poured over the top.
See Ericka’s recipe
  1. La Piña En La Cocina

Sonia Mendez is the blogger behind La Piña En La Cocina. Her parents are from Monterrey Mexico and she lives in LA where she continues her family’s recipe legacy. One of Sonia’s remarkable attributes is her ability to make complex Mexican dishes accessible to home cooks of all levels.

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  2. My family is all about Mexican food but it can be hard to find authentic recipes. This roundup is so helpful. Thank you!

  3. I’m bookmarking this and keeping it on hand forever. I LOVE Mexican food, so having a resource of so many blogs devoted to it is fantastic.

  4. Thank you for including me. Mama Maggie’s Kitchen has been my labor of love for the last 13 years. Sharing Mexican recipes brings me great joy!