If you love spicy Mexican food, then you’ll absolutely enjoy these amazing shrimp fajitas. They’re a cinch to make, taste like you’ve worked on them all day, and look fantastic. These colorful and flavorful fajitas are the perfect dish to serve and impress your guests! Get the recipe from Foodal today!
It’s time to put a twist on Taco Tuesday and give this shrimp version a try! With an avocado and tomato salsa and a fresh cabbage slaw, you’ll have the whole family begging for more! This recipe is also great for a party where guests can each build their own. Read more for the recipe and give them a try straight away!
Are you looking for the perfect fall game day recipe? One that is also suitable for tailgating and grilling? Look no further than this tasty fajita recipe made with a traditional marinade and skirt steak!
It’s time to break out the tortilla chips! Fruity, savory, sweet, and herbal, fresh salsas come in a huge variety of textures and flavors. And better yet, not only do they pair well with corn or flour tortilla chips, they’re also excellent served atop grilled meat or fish, or with your favorite Mexican-inspired dishes like tacos, burritos, and quesadillas. We share 21 salsa recipes from some of our favorite bloggers, paired with a few of our own. Read more on Foodal.
These spicy pork tacos with peach and corn salsa are the perfect way to enjoy seasonal produce at its peak. They’re quick, healthy, and super tasty – what’s not to love? You can crank up the spicy heat if you crave a little burn, or tone it down if you’re feeling more reserved. Fire up the grill and try this recipe out for dinner tonight.
It’s hot and it’s cold. It’s got a hint of spice while it’s really refreshing at the same time. It may sound like an oxymoron, but this mango salsa recipe proves that this unique balance of flavor, temperature and texture is not only possible, but delicious. With additional ingredients as vibrant as jalapeno, purple onion, and cilantro, this recipe looks as good as it tastes. Give it a try today.
Are you looking for an easy and healthy salsa that packs a zesty punch? Learn how to make your own homemade pico de gallo! While we may not know for sure why its name is literally translated as “beak of the rooster,” we are sure you will love this bright combo of fresh tomatoes, herbs, and hot jalapeños. Read more now on Foodal, and get ready to make your new favorite condiment of the summer.
The traditonal recipe for this time-honored Mexican dish was known as al pastor due to the marinated pork, which is usually grilled on a vertical rotisserie. The marinade is normally prepared with achiote, a variety of spices as well as ground red chilies. One day, when I went by this street vendor stand which offers these, I realized that they were using pineapple cooked together with the cheese and thought, wow, that seems tasty and sure enough it was. This is my take on their tacos. I love it and I am sure you will as well.