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From carne asada to tres leches cake, I’ve got all your party favorites for a festive Cinco de Mayo celebration!
Ever wondered why your skirt steak is never as tender as the one served at your favorite Tex-Mex restaurant? Find out why…and get the recipe for the best (and most tender) carne asada ever!
This black bean corn salad is one of those crowd-pleasing, make-ahead recipes that everyone loves. Bonus: it doubles as a dip!
With smoky, charred chicken and caramelized onions and peppers, these grilled chicken fajitas with all the fixins are a huge crowd-pleaser.
Loaded with pulled rotisserie chicken in a spicy sauce and ungodly amounts of cheese, these nachos are hearty and satisfying – sometimes I even serve them for dinner!
This homemade queso is rich, creamy, spicy, and dangerously addictive!
The vegetables in this restaurant-style salsa are roasted, intensifying the flavor of the tomatoes, mellowing the onions and garlic, and adding a touch of smokiness.
Marinaded in tequila, lime, garlic and spices, tequila lime chicken is a dish that just screams fun.
Made from tomatillos, this salsa verde is tangy, fiery, chunky — and 100% good enough to eat with a spoon.
This silky purée of vegetables, tortillas and spices is inspired by the tortilla soup served at Tommy Bahama Cafe.
Citrusy and slightly sweet, these margaritas go down easy. Cheers!
Flan is a rich, sweet custard topped with caramel sauce. It looks fancy, but it’s actually quite simple to make.
This flavor-packed main course salad with corn and pickled onions is perfect for a Cinco de Mayo potluck.
You can’t have a Cinco de Mayo party without tres leches cake! This stunner of a cake has a rum-spiked dulce de leche glaze instead of the traditional whipped cream topping.
Easy to make and good for you, this classic guacamole is the ticket to wild popularity at any party you bring it to.