Instead of using fresh chopped peppers to impart a little heat, this peach and black bean salsa has a sprinkle of ancho chili powder and cayenne. If you prefer things on the spicier side, feel free to add finely minced jalapeño to this Cinco de Mayo recipe.
This refreshing salsa gets a sweet tang from the mango and a slight heat from jalapeños that won’t make you sweat. Serve this Cinco de Mayo recipe with crispy plantain chips for a fun alternative to your usual scoops.
Whether you have a nightshade allergy or you’re just not a fan of tomatoes, this creamy dip will get you back in the salsa game. Top this Cinco de Mayo recipe with scallions and queso fresco for a bit of extra flavor on your chip.
Skip the fried tortilla bowl, and add extra nutrition to your taco salad by including a healthy dose of quinoa. If you're still craving some crunch, sprinkle in a handful of pepitas to this easy dinner recipe.
In order to add a not-so-subtle smokiness to your salsa, be sure to utilize your grill for this Cinco de Mayo recipe. The char will slightly soften the spiciness of the peppers and add a wonderful flavor dimension to the pineapple.