Cinco de Mayo Recipes: Tacos, Guacamole
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These festive foods are sure to be the hit of your Cinco de Mayo party. Create your own menu with a variety of appetizers, entrees and side dishes.

From guacamole to tostadas, these recipes are perfect for your own homemade fiesta.

Famous Old Town Carnitas with Naga Serpent Salsa

These spicy carnitas are a party food favorite. Serve them with fresh tortillas and a cool, refreshing drink.

Rachael Ray's Crabby Guacamole

Crab, celery and chili put an irresistible spin on this old favorite. Garnish the guac with extra crab and a dash of hot sauce.

Eva Longoria's Mexican Rice

This delicious, traditional rice is full of flavor with onions, garlic and cumin. To achieve the best texture, do not stir the rice until after you add the chicken broth and tomato sauce.

Kai Chase's Seared Blackened Ahi Tuna Soft Shell Tacos with Mango-Mint Salsa

These tacos are filled with ahi tuna, mint and vegetables. For a lighter version, skip the avocado creme.

Sunny Anderson's Mexican Street Corn

Spread a spicy mayonnaise mixture on top of the corn after removing it from the grill. Serve with lime wedges.

Bacon and Tomato Guacamole

It doesn't get much better than this. Crispy bacon is folded into a spicy avocado base in this delicious guacamole. Garnish with fresh cilantro.

Emeril's Turkey and Pinto Bean Tostadas

These tostadas make the perfect appetizer for your Cinco de Mayo celebration or easy dinner any other night of the week. A mixture of beans, cilantro and spices makes the turkey filling extra delicious.

Rocco DiSpirito's Grilled Chicken with Warm Mango Salsa

This chicken dish is healthy and simple. The chicken is grilled and the salsa is lightly seasoned with lime and cilantro for extra flavor without the fat.

Denise Koetting's Mexican Chicken Casserole

This Mexican chicken casserole is layered with crunchy tortilla chips. Made with 5 ingredients, this is an easy way to celebrate the holiday without a ton of work.

Rick Bayless' Spicy Jicama, Cucumber and Fruit Skewers

These fruit skewers are Mexican street food at its finest. If you can't find jicama, substitute it with quince or cantaloupe.

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