Facebook0Tweet0Pin0Yummly0Email0LinkedIn0Print0 I have been getting that feeling for a while now…. it is time to still my need for chili and Mexican food. Fresh Mexican food, not just tacos that come in a shop-bought-kit with spices and one or another suspicious sauce… but homemade with lots of zesty limes, sweet tomatoes, freshly roasted spices, golden cheddar cheese and […]
Easy Taco Dumplings have taco fillings wrapped up in a dumpling and fried and steamed to perfection. The perfect meal or appetizer for all!
Ground pork, ground beef, onion, and spices cooked in a skillet then served in taco shells topped with sharp cheddar, iceberg lettuce, and freshly diced tomato.
Firey hot with a hint of sweet honey chicken tacos, top with a cilantro-lime slaw to cool things down a bit and add a delicious crunch!
Try These Homemade Taco Sauce Recipes Pexels. CCO Licensed. The key to great tacos is to get the seasoning and sauce right. You can check out guides
The best Cinco de Mayo recipes to share with friends and family for a fun and festive day filled with amazingly flavorful food! There are so many tasty recipes here that you're sure to find plenty of ideas that will have everyone talking about your entertaining skills!
Make this easy taco casserole any night of the week for a dish the whole family will love.
This bright and fresh Mexican Black Bean and Corn Mix will take any taco tuesday to the next level. This juicy mixture is perfect as a topping, ingredient, or side dish!
I grew up in Arizona and love Tex-Mex food. And there is this salsa chicken I make frequently that might be the easiest thing ever (recipe coming soon). So the plan for my birthday party was to make chicken tacos. But I figured people would also want some beef. I was trying to figure out [...]
You are going to need some very special skills to make these chicken tacos. Namely: the ability to open a jar (or find a cute boy to do it for you) and the ability to push a button. So, those without opposable thumbs, sorry. Seriously, these are so easy to make it is almost embarrassing. [...]
I know. I was supposed to give you the recipe for the maple-bacon biscuits I made the other day, and I haven’t yet. But I thought those of you who don’t eat bacon might appreciate something vegetarian for a change. Plus, it’s Taco Tuesday! You need a margarita. These are not your typical strawberry margaritas. [...]
It’s almost Cinco de Mayo! Let’s make some tacos. No, those aren’t carrots. They’re pieces of sweet potato, cut into carrot-like shapes. Stick with me here. Back in Annapolis, Toby and I got into the habit of going out for Taco Tuesday. Most of the time, that meant meeting our friends at Paladar for margaritas, fresh guacamole, [...]
Happy Cinco de Mayo! I hope you’re celebrating with tacos and margaritas! I celebrated a bit early, by infusing some tequila with pineapple and jalapeños in an empty lemonade bottle, as one does. The restaurants around here all seem to have some kind of margarita with a spicy kick, and I’m partial to the pineapple [...]
The first thing you might think of when you hear the words "fish tacos" are probably Baja-style tacos filled with crispy fried fish. This easy Asian salmon tacos with mango salsa recipe is the best way to eat salmon! Spicy salmon with a cool, crunchy salsa. Simple and healthy in about 20...
This quick and easy sriracha mayo recipe is one of those back-pocket superheroes that will instantly elevate your meals. Try it on seared tuna and burgers, in tacos, as a dip for fries, drizzled over sushi, dolloped on salmon cakes or spooned over grain bowls. See all my serving suggestions in the notes below! You can either grate a clove of garlic right into the sauce, or, if you’re sensitive to raw garlic, use a crushed garlic clove and remove it for a milder flavor.
This easy homemade Pico de Gallo recipe uses fresh, simple ingredients for bright and juicy flavor that tastes great with tortilla chips or tacos.
This is the ultimate favorite in our house. Also with most of our guests who have had it. Take the best of pizza and tacos, put it all together and what do you get? A delicious mess. Delicious.
April 30th is Children's Day, or Día del Niño in Mexico. Although the US doesn't have an "official" holiday, Children’s Day has been celebrated annually in Mexico since 1925, and is celebrated in many countries around the world. In Mexico, children are recognized as an important part of society so the day focuses on the importance of loving, accepting and appreciating children. I think this is a fantastic reason to have a fun day with your kids, so we'll be celebrating Día del Niño this year with a new recipe!
Tacos are such a versatile food and can be filled with any protein you like. These tacos are stuffed with marinated, grilled shrimp and topped with a fresh roasted tomatillo salsa. Once you've made the salsa (the recipe makes 2 pints and can be made ahead and frozen), it takes no time at all to marinate and grill the shrimp. This would make for a quick weeknight meal for the family or an impressive dish for a weekend cookout.
I love a good, crunchy salad wrap for lunch, or even dinner, and this one is made even tastier with taco roasted chipotle sauce on freshly sauteed chicken. It can be a great make-ahead meal that is just assembled on a busy night and the leftovers are still amazing the next day for lunch. If you love salads, but wish they were easier to eat on the go, this is how to do it. :)