Cinco de Mayo Recipes
This guacamole is great! Whether or not you want it spicy, this guacamole is a dip to die for!
"My father-in-law developed a taste for margaritas [while living] in Zihuatanejo."
These enchiladas are made with a fresh green salsa, just like you would find in a Mexican restaurant or better yet, in a Mexican home.
I learned how to make these growing up watching my mother Alma. We have never used an actual recipe, but for your convenience I came up with one.
An authentic Mexican salsa made with tomatoes, onions, and jalapenos. Serve with tacos, nachos, tortilla chips, black beans, refried beans, or fajitas or use as an ingredient in many Mexican recipes. My family uses it as a side in which to dip grilled steak. If you like it hot, then this is for you; this pico is not for the faint of heart. It is very hot, which most people in my circle like. If you don't like highly spicy dishes, you might might want to try something less spicy or cut down the jalapeno and use a type pepper that is more to your taste.
Authentic Mexican birria tacos, Jalisco-style, made with braised beef roasted in a fragrant 3-chile sauce with a delicious spice mix.
Warm weather refreshment doesn't get better than agua fresca. We've rounded up 14 top-rated recipes to try.
One of Guadalajara's favorites. Small pieces of flank steak are cooked in their juices, then mixed with whole beans and crispy crumbled bacon. It makes me feel at home!