Simple Mexican classics turn dinnertime into a fiesta. This easy-to-follow meal plan is your ultimate guide for a fun, festive cookout.
-- Guacamole Soup
-- Barbecue Quesadillas
-- Mexican Chorizo Noodle Bowl
-- Skillet Tostadas
Margaritas mixed with fresh-squeezed limes make any meal a special occasion. Served on the rocks, this low-maintenance aperitif will get your party started in style.
This mouthwatering starter transforms the fresh citrus and avocado flavors of guacamole into a sophisticated first course. Luckily, our recipe is as effortless as it is delicious.
Quesadillas serve double duty as a versatile and no-fuss menu option. This recipe makes the most of chicken and tangy barbecue sauce, but you can also try combos like Havarti and turkey or bacon, tomato, and avocado. The next four slides break down our Barbecue Quesadillas recipe step by step.
For your first step in preparing Barbecue Quesadillas, place tortillas on waxed paper and spray one side of each with nonstick cooking spray. Next, turn the tortillas over. Step 2 provides tips for topping.
After coating the tortillas in Step 1, you're ready to start topping. Top half of the uncoated side with cheese, green chilies, and barbecue sauce with chicken. Our next slide will show you the basics of cooking Barbecue Quesadillas.
Once you've topped your tortillas in Step 2, fold each tortilla in half and fold down gently. Cook the quesadillas until they are golden brown. Serving Barbecue Quesadillas is easy with our fourth and final step.
Place cooked quesadillas on a cutting board after following Step 3. Using a sharp knife, cut each quesadilla into three wedges. Try crowning your quesadillas with one of our recommended toppings included in the recipe.
Bold, zesty chorizo sausage can be counted on to fire up your menu. In the next 2 slides, we'll take you through the basics to preparing the sausage for this extra-spicy entree.
First, use a sharp knife to cut through the thin casings on the uncooked sausage. The next slide shows how to remove the sausage from the casing.
After cutting the casings in Step 1, use a fork to break apart the sausage. Now you're ready to proceed with the Mexican Chorizo Noodle Bowl recipe.
Nacho cheese soup is this crunchy Mexican favorite's secret to success. It makes the meat topping extra creamy and rich. Additional toppings, like sour cream, guacamole, shredded cabbage, and chopped radishes provide extra color and crunch.
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