by Allison Milam in Holidays, Recipes, May 1st, 2016
by Allison Milam in Holidays, How-to, April 29th, 2014
Eggs and toast aren’t going anywhere, but we’re digging a spicier, zestier breakfast vibe this first week of May. Though Cinco de Mayo falls on a Thursday this year, the mention of Mexican fare brings one thing to our minds: brunch. With Mexican salsas, cheeses and other favorites on board, eggy brunch favorites — whether sweet or savory — have never been more packed with flavor.
When your first meal of the day is a taco, you know you’re doing things right — and especially so when each one is fired up on the grill. Grilled Breakfast Tacos are wrapped in charred corn tortillas and loaded with soft-scrambled eggs, grilled Spanish chorizo and all the fixings.
by FN Dish Editor in Recipes, September 12th, 2011
It’s one of the few meals out there associated with a sound. The gratifying sizzzzle of a piping-hot skillet loaded with tortilla-ready add-ins signifies the arrival of one of our favorite hands-on dishes: fajitas. Lay out grilled veggies, cheese, pico de gallo and more on the table, and let your guests assemble the taco of their dreams. Along with salt-rimmed margaritas, bowls of guac and more, there is no better headliner for your Cinco de Mayo menu.
by Michelle Buffardi in Community, May 6th, 2011
Top classic meatball subs with fun Mexican ingredients like tortilla chips, avocado slices and cilantro.
Get the recipe: Mexican Meatball Subs
Browse more of Food Network’s Mexican recipes.
We asked our Facebook fans to share photos of the Mexican dishes they cooked up for Cinco de Mayo yesterday and we were overwhelmed with the number of delicious-looking enchiladas, nachos, chili, guacamole and Mexican desserts our fans shared. All of the dishes looked to be fit for a proper fiesta and there’s no way we could pick one favorite, so here’s a selection of the amazing dishes our fans prepared — plus some Food Network recipes so you can make your own versions.
Lynn Dickson Ross made: Mexican Brownies with Dulche de Leche Ice Cream (pictured above)
You can make: Aaron Sanchez’s Mexican Brownies