Ten Amazing Cinco De Mayo Recipes, with Old El Paso

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Mexican Layered Salad Taco Bowls, by Lavender and Lovage

I know, I know, we’re a bit past Cinco de Mayo but frankly, it’s never a bad time for a Tex Mex dinner and our Foodies100 bloggers have come up with some amazing dishes this month, as part of a challenge sponsored by Old El Paso.

Check out the links below for some fiery and fresh favourites, some new ideas to try and some family-friendly treats – perfect for your next Taco Tuesday. 

Congratulations too, to Emily from Recipes and Reviews, who was the winner of this recipe challenge, with her amazing recipe for Mexican-style bean ball tacos. 

Mexican Collage

 

  1. Mexican Bean Ball Tacos, from Recipes and Reviews 
  2. Churros Taco Bowls, from Charlotte’s Lively Kitchen 
  3. Mexican Prawn Soft Tacos, by Rosalillium 
  4. Mexican layered salad taco bowls, by Lavender and Lovage 
  5. Pulled chicken spicy tacos, from Miss Pond 
  6. Tacos Four Ways, by You Baby, Me Mummy 
  7. Stuffed courgette and Mexican tortilla, by Garden, Cakes, Tea and Me 
  8. Turkey Tacos, by All About You Blog 
  9. Stand and Stuff Taco Boats, by Eats Amazing 
  10. Sweet and Savoury Breakfast Tacos by Mr and Mrs T 

 

 

 

 

Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

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