Cinco De Mayo Recipes
Creamy, crispy avocado tacos with fresh pineapple salsa and a creamy chipotle sauce. The perfect vegetarian combo for your next taco night.
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.
Perfect for an appetizer, these crispy taquitos just got that much better with the addition of a sweet and spicy avocado hummus.
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.
Get ready to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style with this creative and unique Baked Brown Butter Churro Donut recipe.
Tender, glazed honey and toasted almond cake with Greek yogurt.
Enjoy Tania Goulart’s super-duper quick fish tacos recipe right here, right now.
Try this great nacho salad recipe, made by Anamika Sharma’s daughter Anshika.
If you like Mexican style food, and a little bit of heat you’ll really like this one.
This dish is super easy to make, and you can be sure the family will love it.
Salsa refers to any sauce, particularly spicy and tomato based ones, typical of Mexican and Central American cuisine.
Enjoy this super quick, healthy, and delicious fish tacos recipe from Tania Goulart.
This homemade Mexican chorizo is authentic in flavor, easy to make, and with ingredients you can trust.
Mexican and Indian food are similar in the sense they use quite a few common ingredients. Avocado, however is not one of them.
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.
The ingredients are definitely not traditional and the method is super simple, but this is a great and easy midweek supper.
Jill Nammar is sharing this light but satisfying meal with you today. Bold flavors and contrasting textures are in every bite.
Enjoy these super simple vegan nachos for your Mexican fiesta.
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.
South American papas rellenas get a gluten free make over. Plus a little added Mexican flair.
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.
This amazing brunch or breakfast recipe, has a Mexican flare to it with salsa stuffed grilled avocados with a crispy breadcrumbed coating.
Carnitas is traditionally made with pork. This delicious crockpot recipe, uses beef instead.
Two Gildas can’t seem to agree on the difference between chilaquiles and migas. Can a 40 year old recipe clear things up?
A Mexican Tostada is a corn tortilla that has been toasted or fried and topped with all sorts of ingredients.
You can pretty much be safe in stuffing whatever you please into these shells and still get a successful meal out of it.
The recipe is very simple and you can use either fresh, frozen or canned green…
In Mexico tortas are very popular meals. They can be served cold or hot, wet in a sauce, dry or grilled.
This fusion of Mexican and Italian cuisines from Kelsey Hilts was inspired by the Italian Caprese salad.
In Mexico this is a favorite snack for many, specially during the hot summer months. Cucumbers leave you cooled and feeling refreshed.