Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Round-Up and Blog Hop

Simple guacamole recipe

With Cinco de Mayo just over a week away, I thought I’d throw a little Cinco de Mayo fiesta here on my blog. Although the holiday (which translates to the fifth of May) technically memorializes the victory of Mexicans over French at the 1862 Battle of Puebla, it has become by and large an American holiday to celebrate Mexican and Mexican-American heritage and culture. Whatever your reason for celebrating, I will never turn down an excuse to eat good Mexican food and honor their beautiful culture. Here are some of my favorite Mexican-inspired dishes from the archives, and I’d love for you to link up your Cinco de Mayo fare at the blog hop below!

 

A simple Guacamole recipe to start any party off right

Chicken Tortilla soup

A flavorful Chicken Tortilla Soup that’s perfect any time of year

Tofu Tacos

Vegan Tofu Tacos that will satisfy even the most stalwart meat eaters

Turkey Enchiladas

And ooey-gooey turkey enchiladas are always a crowd-pleaser!

Check out all my past blog hops for more themed inspiration >>

 


61 thoughts on “Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Round-Up and Blog Hop

  1. sallybr

    Great photos, and perfect timing for a roundup on Cinco de Mayo! I am sure you will get a ton of nice recipes in the blog hop

    (I hope I did it right this time filling all the spots.. πŸ™‚

  2. Bree

    Major soft spot for Cinco de Mayo and Puebla. I did my study abroad there :). I added the Baked Chimis and Skinny Fajitas. All your recipes look so beautiful!

  3. Lana

    Oh, how I look forward to browsing all the blogs and getting inspired by the dishes! I have been thoroughly smitten by Mexican food since we moved to southern California three years ago and I went to Yucatan in 2010!
    I am so glad I discovered your blog via Maureen and can’t wait to get to know you better through your writing:)
    I hope you have a great weekend!

    • Katherine

      I hope you find some great inspiration here – so many wonderful Mexican dishes linked up! Southern California definitely knows how to do Mexican food. So happy you made your way over here πŸ™‚

  4. Kristina

    omygoodness i was drooling by the end of this post! All of your dishes are absolutely gorgeous! It’s rainy and cold today in Chicago, that chicken tortilla soup sounds so perfect!

  5. kitchenriffs

    I love Cinco de Mayo! And I love Mexican & Tex-Mex. I remember your tofu taco – great idea. Love the look of the tortilla soup, too. So many flavors, so many recipes – I can’t keep up! Fun post – thanks.

  6. Hannah

    Katherine, you have an amazing Cinco de Mayo selection! I love the look of your chunky guacamole. What a terrific round up of recipes, too – thank you for hosting!

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