It’s time for Cinco de Mayo, a uniquely Mexican holiday that’s celebrated here in the U.S. with plenty of south-of-the-border food, drink, and merriment.
If you were in Puebla—the city in Mexico where the battle that Cinco de Mayo commemorates was fought—you might stop into a little streetside stand for some rotisserie chicken, served with a mildly spicy salsa and some fresh corn tortillas. You don’t have to travel all the way there to treat your family to these same flavors if you make Mexican Roast Chicken with Olive Salsa.
Or perhaps you’re planning a fun filled fiesta for the occasion. Try an appetizer spread of Skillet Nachos with all your favorite toppings, and everyone’s favorite Seven-Layer Dip with a few Spicy Mango Margaritas.