The hardest part of this recipe is peeling the chicken from the carcass. Other than that, it's nothing more than roast chicken with a simple herb butter. The resulting tacos are absolutely delicious and totally hit the spot. I served them with guacamole, pico de gallo, and feta cheese. They are an absolute crowd-pleaser, and I definitely plan to make this dish again. To get the recipe, read more
Cinco de Mayo is tomorrow, so I'm prepping my kitchen for a fiesta grande! If we can throw an impromptu party in the office, you can certainly whip up your own spread at home. For inspiration, I've rounded up my favorite dishes, from quesadillas to corn salad. For everything you'll need para celebrar el Cinco de Mayo, keep clicking.
First and foremost, prepackaged salsa could never be as complex as the three salsas I made: tomatillo-orange, roasted tomato, and habanero hot sauce. The first two could easily be enjoyed with chips, but the habanero was much too hot to consume by itself. To really test out these salsas, I put them on a couple pork tacos with avocado, sour cream, and lime juice.
I can only imagine how wonderful these would be with Party's slow-cooker carnitas. All three salsas were very different in flavor and turned a simple taco into something truly extraordinary. See the tasty tacos I made and the outstanding salsa recipes by reading more.
Serve the tacos family style and let your loved ones pile the tortillas with their favorite fixings. For a complete Mexican-inspired fiesta, pour margaritas and stir together a quick batch of guacamole. Want the recipe? Please read more.
Carnitas, which is made from braised pork shoulder, typically takes a long time to cook. Shorten the process by cutting the pork shoulder into cubes; they'll cook faster. Once they're tender, they'll be ready to serve as bite-sized pieces. For a speedier, healthier version of a taqueria favorite, read more.
To start, there's nothing quite as crowd-pleasing as artichoke-spinach dip. This cheesy variation is simple, all you have to do is mix the ingredients together and bake. Also on the appetizer spread? Pizza pockets! Store-bought pizza dough makes these hand-held snacks a cinch. Feel free to change the filling to suit your family's needs.
Finally, during halftime, we'll feast on a Mexican selection of store-bought guacamole, salsa, queso dip, and homemade quick beef tacos. These recipes are ideal for the beer-guzzling bachelor in your life, share them now.
They're filled with roasted mushrooms and zucchini, resulting in a taco that's hearty, but not fatty. To make them really figure-friendly, serve with homemade salsa or pico de gallo. Enjoy these simple and scrumptious tacos tonight! Get the recipe.