Each year on May 5, the St. Louis area comes alive with Cinco De Mayo (5th of May) celebrations. Though the St. Louis are is made up of only approximately 2.3% Hispanic/Latino population, everyone enjoys a good Cinco De Mayo celebration or party. If you are hosting a Cinco De Mayo party or just enjoy food with a Mexican flair, following are 5 easy, frugal recipes to enjoy.
My husband and friends are all meat eaters, so here are some of their recommendations. I've been out to eat with others who love the Chili's Cheesesteak. Others rave about the Chicken Ranch. My friends have had the Margarita Grilled Chicken and gave it a thumbs up. My husband has gotten the Grilled Shrimp Alfredo and seemed to really enjoy it. The chicken tacos are also big hit amongst my friends.
For their combination dinners you can order the Tex-Mex which is one crispy beef taco and guacamole; with also one beef enchilada topped with spicy sauce, or the Santa Rita which is one soft taco chicken and guacamole, as well as one chicken enchilada topped with tomatillo sauce for $9.95, or even el rey which is one soft taco chicken with guacamole; followed by one chicken enchilada topped with tomatillo sauce, a beef fajita taco in a flour tortilla and one taco beef chalupa for $12.50.
The Farberware FSC600 is packaged with a booklet that offers 10 recipes. If this isn't enough for you, you should consider buying a separate recipe book to use with the slow cooker chicken taco.
Place chicken in slow cooker. Mix remaining ingredients and pour over chicken. Cover slow cooker chicken taco cook on low for 8 hours or high for 4 hours. This is perfect with rice or noodles.