Good not only for Cinco de Mayo celebrations, these easy Mexican appetizers are full of authentic south-of-the-border flavor. From guacamole to quesadillas to jalapeno poppers, guests will say "Ole!" to these easy Mexican appetizers.
When you use fresh ingredients from your garden, this snack dip will really pop with flavor.
A deli-roasted chicken is a handy main ingredient to have for quick dinner ideas. This dish really needs no recipe. Simply shred the chicken and tuck it into tortillas, along with cheese and other favorite fillings.
Balance the hot bean-and-cheese-topped chips with cool salsa, guacamole, and sour cream for a party appetizer that is always in demand.
On a heat scale of 1 to 10, these chicken strips are an 8. If your palate prefers something cooler, dip them in the herbed sour cream before taking a bite.
For game time appetizers or snacking anytime, these nachos are a top choice.
A filling of rich, velvety Brie and crisp pecans gives a sophisticated note to quesadillas.
These super fast quesadillas can be grilled and used as an appetizer or main dish.
Prepared in less than 30 minutes, basil gives this crunchy Mexican-inspired dip a fresh, balanced flavor.
Make the filling for these mini chicken or beef fajita appetizers in the slow cooker, then assemble at party time.
Bottled salsa in the dough makes this bread a fun appetizer or a good side for chili.
The mozzarella and feta cheeses melt in your mouth in these quick-to-fix quesadillas.
Your family will love the bright colors in this updated nacho snack. Add even more color by using spinach or tomato flour tortillas.
Served either as a main dish or hearty appetizer, this Southwest-style pizza appeals to all ages.
Why is this too easy? You use a plastic bag with a zipper closure as the mixing bowl (and also for airtight storage).
These Mexican turnovers are beloved treats. Traditionally, they were made at Christmas and filled with dried fruits preserved from the fall harvest.
This makes a great low calorie, low fat snack for a crowd.