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Cinco de Mayo Recipes

Are you looking for a tried and true Mexican recipe to celebrate Cinco de Mayo this week? Well, maybe you aren’t celebrating Cinco de Mayo, but Mexican recipes are always a crowd pleaser, usually inexpensive, and can be prepared ahead of time. I’ve collected some reader favorite recipes to share with you today. Mouth watering begins now.

Appetizers and Sides

 

Restaurant Style Salsa

Homemade Salsa

Corn Salsa


5 Minute Salsa

Easy Guacamole

Mexican Corn Dip

Homemade Refried Beans

Homemade Flour Tortillas

Spanish Style Rice

Stuffed Jalapeno Appetizers

Main Dishes

Chicken Enchiladas

Barbacoa Beef (Chipotle Burritos)

Mexican Pizza

Taco Salad with Doritos


Shredded Beef Burritos

Mexican Style Freezer Meals

Easy Mexican Casserole

Beef and Chicken Fajitas


Taco Grande

Tacos with Grilled Zucchini


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Comments

  1. This all looks so delicious that I want to lick the screen!

    Thanks for posting my link. :)

  2. Julie says:

    I’m drooling now! I could eat Mexican every single day but my family isn’t a big fan.

  3. Great job!! These look phenomenal. One tried and true Mexican dish at my house is Mexican Lasagna. Think tortillas instead of pasta, enchilada sauce instead of tomato sauce, and a whole lot of Mexican cheeses to bring it all together.

  4. Christie says:

    These look AMAZING; my mouth is watering =) I’m making jalapeno poppers to take to a friend’s Cinco de Mayo showing of Nacho Libre tomorrow.

    We also make a Mexican Lasagna that you can make in the microwave (it’s vegetarian, so you don’t have to worry about the meat turning rubbery….) Just layer flour tortillas in a casserole with cheese (half shredded taco cheese, half cottage cheese for some moisture), chopped green pepper and onion, pinto and/or black beans, and enchilada or tomato sauce or salsa. End with a generous sprinkling of cheese over the top- you can never have too much cheese! You can put in any other veggies as well (olives would be good- my kids don’t like them). Then microwave on high for 15 minutes until everything’s heated through and the cheese is melted. Serve with chips and salsa.

  5. Cheap Sally says:

    All these recipes look absolutely delicious and just in time for tonight’s meals! My family loves Mexican food. Thanks for posting this!

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