Fiesta Favorites: Cinco de Mayo
Beloved by foodies everywhere, guacamole should be on every home cook’s repertoire. And we have the perfect recipe.
We all love a margarita on Cinco de Mayo, but why not think beer this year? Try a few and taste why Mexico is the top beer exporter in the world.
While we must admit that Cinco de Mayo has become an Americanized holiday, we can’t get enough of the Mexican dishes and refreshing cocktails that come along with the day. Check out these classic cocktails with perfect dishes to match.
Think warm thoughts with three new margaritas using flavors that will inspire your cold beverage.
A mixture of sweet fruits and tangy limes make for a delicious variation on a standard margarita.
Upgrade your taco night by making juicy, seared tuna tacos topped with a flavorful wasabi and cilantro mayo.
Spring is here and Cinco de Mayo is just around the corner. What better way to switch your mindset to fresh flavors than with an ice-cold tequila cocktail? Here are favorite tequila recipes to sip and enjoy.
You know the saying: leftovers taste better. Yes, they just do. Braised pork is an inarguable example. And who doesn’t love tacos?
Switch up your breakfast routine with these flavorful tacos loaded with eggs, green chilies, cheese, and cilantro lime crema.
Make your own taco seasoning to have on had for beautifully flavored tacos or fajitas. Our favorite ingredient may be the cinnamon or that we can adjust the heat to our liking.
A melt-in-your-mouth pork belly taco is something to crave and topped with ancho chili pineapple, pickled onions, and avocado, there is nothing better.
With plenty of spice and some mushrooms for texture, this masa filling is anything but boring. Bring in black beans and sweet potatoes for a sweet and spicy combo.
With fresh toppings and delicious spices, these pulled pork tacos are just the thing to make when you need to feed a crowd.
This simple taco salad recipe complete with guacamole is gluten free and served in a mason jar for a portable, easy lunch, that wont get soggy.
These nachos are not piled on, but are beautiful layered bites with great crunch, flavor, and a healthy dose of meat.
Slow cooking is where it’s at, especially when it turns out food like these spicy carnitas tacos. Prep, drop and let it cook away.
Filled with tenderloin crusted in a spiced cinnamon rub, these tacos are a cinch to make. While the meat is cooking, make your pico de gallo and you’re set.
Paneer is sautéed with veggies and beans for a fun new take on tacos and served with rice, fresh salsa, and avocado cream.
A braised recipe for Mexican beef tacos. Cooked low and slow, these tacos are succulent, rich, and flavorful.
The filling of this taco is made of glorious fried hearts of palm. Vegetarians and carnivores rejoice, this recipe with avocados and cilantro is a keeper.
Whether or not you consider these dishes to be authentic, celebrate Mexico’s historic victory the best way you know how. Try these queso dips and dishes with a kick of chili.
Margaritas aren’t the only drink worthy of accompanying your guacamole and enchiladas on Cinco de Mayo. Explore more Mexican inspired cocktails.
Nachos are the ultimate game day dish and a favorite summer snack. Try these new nacho recipes that may become loaded fast favorites.
Get ready to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style with this creative and unique Baked Brown Butter Churro Donut recipe.
These Quinoa Nachos are super tasty and nutritious. Omit the corn chips if you prefer, but always top with Pico de Gallo, a Mexican salsa.
Chilaquiles is a hearty dish, full of flavor, and perfect for breakfast, lunch, or, well yes, dinner.
It’s worth relearning the classics. On a trip to Mexico City Sasha Gora got reacquainted with guacamole by eating it with pomegranate seeds.
A spicy steak stew that will keep you warm and safe on a cold winter’s night.
Cajeta, also known as dulce de leche, is a hispanic sweet thick milk caramel sauce or syrup.
Nancy Lopez-McHugh with a delicious suggestion for a Cinco de Mayo snack recipe.
Agua frescas are non-alcoholic beverages made from fresh seasonal fruits like watermelon, cantaloupe, melon, cucumber, lime, strawberries, papaya, guava, tamarind and the list goes on.
Kristina Wiley with a recipe that only requires a little chopping, and no cooking, to taste great.
A simple but authentic and legendary recipe that is found on many Mexican tables and at any Mexican or Tex-Mex restaurant around the world for Cinco de Mayo.