• Beef,  Mexican,  Recipe's

    Simple Weeknight Beef Tacos

    Can you believe summer is almost over?? Soon the kids will be back in school and the weeknight dinner rush will be back in full swing. These Simple Weeknight Beef Tacos are one of my favorite things to fix on those nights when you are short on time or too tired to cook.     I buy ground beef when it’s on sale and cook up a big batch of taco meat. Then I portion it out and freeze it for those nights when you just don’t have the time or energy to spend in the kitchen.     Then you can just grab a package from the freezer, transfer…

  • Condiments,  Mexican,  Recipe's,  sauces,  Veggies

    Orange Pico De Gallo

    This Orange Pico De Gallo is is a great way to use up those summer tomatoes. It goes great with all of your grilled meats, especially seafood. I originally created this recipe to go with Chili Lime Shrimp Street Tacos With Orange Pico De Gallo And Avocado Crema but it is wonderful as a refreshing salsa with chips as well. Try it with grilled shrimp or scallops, fish tacos, grilled salmon, grilled pork loin or chicken. Top your favorite chicken taco salad, grilled steak nachos or a juicy spice rubbed grilled Tri Tip. Yum! Serve this yummy and refreshing salsa at your next taco night or mexican themed party. Don’t forget the…

  • Entertaining,  Mexican,  Uncategorized

    5 Festive Recipes For Cinco De Mayo

    Cinco De Mayo is just a few days away! Do you have a plan to celebrate? Any celebration that features tacos is alright by me! Here are a few recipes to make for the festivities. Enjoy and Salud! Spicy Roasted Green Chili Salsa Click here Roasted Corn and Black Bean Salad Click here Chili Lime Shrimp Street Tacos Click here Slow-cooker Pork Carnitas Click here CHICKEN SHAWARMA TACOS WITH CUCUMBER AND HEIRLOOM TOMATO PICO DE GALLO Click here

  • Featured,  Mexican,  Recipe's,  Salads,  Veggies

    Roasted Corn And Black Bean Salad

    Cinco De Mayo is only a couple of days away. That means yummy Mexican food and Margaritas to celebrate! I created this salad as a side dish to go along with tacos and other Mexican favorites but it can easily be served as a light meal. The salad, itself, looks like a fiesta in a bowl. And is a light and refreshing change from the more traditional beans and rice. I roasted the peppers and onions in this dish to give them a little sweetness and to mellow the onion so that it does not overpower the dish.   Print Roasted Corn and Black Bean Salad Ingredients 1 package frozen…