Are you planning anything special for Cinco de Mayo this year? I love Mexican food. I lived in south Texas down by the Mexican border for two and a half years. So, when I eat Mexican food, I want it to be authentic! Cooked the way it is cooked down south of the border.I spent a couple of years perfecting my recipe for Mexican Seafood Soup, trying to get my home made to taste the way I remembered it tasting at Las Margaritas in Pharr, Texas. This is one delicious soup!
I had some delicious Queso Flameado at a restaurant in Reynosa, Mexico with friends. The melted cheese, chorizo sausage and chilies made it sooooo good!
Last summer, FabGrandpa and I were in Prescott, Arizona, ate at a little Mexican restaurant on the square. They had this delicious, yet simple, appetizer on the menu. Of course, I came home and re-created it so we could have Shrimp Stuffed Avocados any time we want. The chipotle pepper gives this dish a great flavor!
One of my “go to” recipes for a quick and filling dinner is Gluten Free Enchiladas. Sometimes I use this recipe and make my own sauce, other times I buy premade sauce at the grocery store. If you choose to buy premade, be sure to read the label to make sure there are no gluten ingredients. Either way, enchiladas are a great choice.
And here are some links to some delicious looking recipes I found while searching:
Let’s not forget the Guacamole! I like mine chunky with chopped tomatoes and onion.
And how can you even think about Cinco de Mayo without a Margarita! Ole!