Feliz Cinco de Mayo Recipes

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Chicken Tinga

 

Your inner Mariachi will sing when you bite into this crispy chicken tostada toppled with Mexican sour cream, radishes and salsa!

 

Simple Perfect Enchiladas

This one-stop savory dish is essential for a Cinco de Mayo party.

 

Taco Soup

Rich and hearty this simple recipe is easily reheat-able for the next day… if you have any leftovers, that is!

 

 

 

“Dee Dee’s Home Run Chicken”- Pollo Guisado

Authentic with sazon seasoning, this tender chicken blends into rich Spanish flavors.

 

 

 

Mango, Jicama, and Cucumber Salad

Try this ideal salad for your Cinco de Mayo party.  With a cucumber crunch, it combines colorful fruit for a tropical taste.

 

 

Spicy Basil Guacamole

You can’t go wrong with more ‘mole!  Add some kick to this avocado dip with a healthy dose of red pepper flakes and basil.

 

 

Five Layer Taco Dip

Entice your guests with this delicious recipe at your fiesta.  Easy to make and very cheesy, they’ll be dippin’ for more!

 

   

 

Mexican Fruit Sangria

Don’t forget the drinks! Packed with oranges, apples and lemons, this authentic punch is full of celebration!

 

 

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