Our favorite party trend? Creative DIY drink stations that let party-goers play mixologist. We're sharing our favorite beverage stations, including an infused vodka station, a mojito station, and more. Once you set out the listed supplies, you're all ready to party!View Slideshow
From enchiladas and fajitas to tacos and burritos, these flavorful slow cooker Mexican recipes will top your list of family dinner favorites.
Freshen up your old chili recipe by tossing in a kaleidoscope of vibrant peppers, onions, and cannellini beans. Stir in fajita seasoning and a blend of spices for a mouthwatering kick.
Forget fast-food joints! Preparing tasty tacos has never been easier with our slow-cooked version. Save 10 minutes for prep, then simmer chile-rubbed pork in a bubbly bowl of sweet root beer, adobo sauce, and peppers. Scoop the filling into soft tortillas, toss on the toppings, and enjoy!
We love how many ways we can eat up this smoky Mango-Chicken Tinga. Use it as a filling for burritos or tortas, or add it to huevos rancheros for a coastal-inspired breakfast. Every option is tasty!
Plunge a handful of crunchy tortilla chips into a party-perfect dip. Our chunky garlic version is made with a blend of Colby and Monterey Jack cheeses, hearty beans, and zucchini.
Who knew a can of fizzy cola and quick-pickled red onions could create a sandwich as scrumptious as this? We added chipotle peppers and creamy avocado to balance the hot and cool flavors.
Another delicious twist on tinga, this extra-hearty version shows off some spice with adobo-covered chipotle peppers and Mexican oregano. Garnish with queso fresco for creamy, fresh flavor.
Bring the whole family together with these one-of-a-kind wraps. They're fun to make and delicious to eat. Top with a homemade lime mayo featuring crunchy red onion and a whole lot of zest.
Make flavorful pork tacos with the help of your slow cooker. Watch our demo for the ultimate secrets to sucess.
Set out your crock and get cookin'! This slow-cooked spicy stew is a must-have for any festive get-together. Serve with crispy golden tortilla strips, diced tomato, and lime wedges for a lively bowl of Mexican goodness.
Mole verde is the star of sauces when it comes to Mexican cuisine. It combines tomatillos, onion, honey, and -- of course -- green chiles for a smooth and delicious rib glaze.
We like our ribs a little feisty. That's why we've coated them in so many ultra-hot seeds and spices. To help the mixture stick, we covered the ribs in a lime-orange juice that provides tropical taste, while a splash of tequila lends a touch of subtle depth to the dish.
Chipotle chile peppers lend a smoky flavor to this beef-burrito main dish. Suit your taste by adjusting the amount of peppers.
Fork-tender pork roast seasoned with Mexican spices will make these tacos a new family favorite for dinner.
This traditional Mexican chili features pork, tomatillos, white beans, chile peppers, and a topping of sour cream and fresh cilantro.
Spice up your next party with this fondue that uses two cheeses, roasted red peppers, green chile peppers, and tomatoes.
There's no need to measure lots of herbs and spices for this tasty soup -- they're already in the chicken broth and Mexican-style tomatoes.