Classic Mexican ingredients can pep up a green salad into a fantastic main course, or just add spice to a side salad. Make your next salad a Mexican one.
Everyone's favorite Mexican dish is equally delicious in salad form. The tortilla cups are the perfect choice for an edible bowl to hold the cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, and taco sauce.
Leftover sloppy joe mixture is transformed into a new meal with the addition of black beans, cheddar cheese, and taco seasoning. Pile it all over lettuce for a main dish salad.
Picante sauce and lime juice give a kick to this potato salad. Cooking the potatoes in the microwave keeps the prep time under 20 minutes.
When retesting this reliable main-dish salad recipe, likely a forerunner of taco salad but with ham and chicken rather than beef, Better Homes and Gardens Test Kitchen cooks thought it needed more zip. To replace the original one Anaheim pepper, an entire can of chile peppers is called for.
The corn for this side dish is cooked until golden brown and tossed with a light dressing and cotija cheese. Substitute with Parmesan, if you like.
With all of the classic Mexican flavors of fajitas, this dinner salad is better than takeout. Serve it up whenever a craving for spicy food hits.
For a spicier version of this pretty, tiered salad, use Monterey Jack cheese with peppers.
You're just 20 minutes away from serving this colorful, crowd-pleasing Mexican salad. Servings vegetarians? Try black beans instead of chicken.
Who needs dressing when the turkey, bean and salsa blend is so flavorful?
Using canned beans, frozen corn, and purchased salsa make this dish quick to prepare. Serve this refreshing salad on a lettuce leaf wrapped inside flour tortillas for a tasty and healthy lunch.
With just 6 flavorful ingredients, you can serve up this pasta salad for a quick weeknight meal. Try penne, small shells, or rotinia pasta instead of elbow if that's what you have on hand.
Customize this Mexican pizza with your favorite bean, salsa and any vegetables you have hanging out in your refrigerator.
Taco salad goes skinny in this low-calorie grilled steak dinner. It's so packed with colors and flavors, you won't even miss the greasy tortilla bowl.
Fresh, summery and colorful, this fruit and vegetable salad is the ideal starter to pair with any picnic or grilled meal.