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Cinco de Mayo Side Dishes

Looking for Cinco de Mayo side dishes? Get easy to make Cinco de Mayo side dish recipes. Taste of Home has side dishes for Cinco de Mayo including Cinco de Mayo rice sides, corn side dish recipes, and more Cinco de Mayo side dishes.

Southwest Skillet Dish

Southwest Skillet Dish

Southwest Skillet Dish

My family and friends love this variation of plain fried potatoes because they add some "zing" to our breakfast. And for even more Southwestern flair, we top ours with my homemade salsa.

Mexican Fried Corn

Mexican Fried Corn

Mexican Fried Corn

When I was growing up, my mother used to serve fried corn for breakfast with scrambled eggs and tortillas. Here in Arizona, corn is widely used in many dishes. This is a great way to use it— my husband and I both enjoy it. —Sylvia Kessick, Dewey, Arizona

Mexican Taters and Beans

Mexican Taters and Beans

Mexican Taters and Beans

I made up this recipe and tired it out at one of the potlucks held at our church. Everyone loved it! It's grand for a group.
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Red Rice

Red Rice

Red Rice

This colorful rice dish really bursts with the taste of bacon. Plus, the hot pepper sauce really adds spice!

Baked Beans for Two

Baked Beans for Two

Baked Beans for Two

A few additional ingredients dress up canned beans. This recipe can be easily doubled.—Eldora Yoder, Versailles, Missouri

Pork Sausage Hominy

Pork Sausage Hominy

Pork Sausage Hominy

The first time I prepared this recipe, it won first place in a cooking contest sponsored by a local sausage company. It's a very lovely, inexpensive and tasty dish to offer guests.

Salsa Potatoes and Pork

Salsa Potatoes and Pork

Salsa Potatoes and Pork

Pork and salsa delightfully dress up ordinary fried potatoes. With just five ingredients, this recipe is one you'll likely reach for whenever you need a side dish in a hurry.

Barbecued Beans

Barbecued Beans

Barbecued Beans

Most members of my family would agree that no picnic is complete until these delicious beans have made their appearance. Preparing them in a slow cooker makes them easy to transport to any gathering. —Diane Hixon, Niceville, Florida

Mexican Corn Casserole

Mexican Corn Casserole

Mexican Corn Casserole

This satisfying side dish resembles an old-fashioned spoon bread with zip. My family and friends agree this recipe really dresses up plain corn. It's a convenient dish to transport to a potluck. — Laura Kadlec, Maiden Rock, Wisconsin
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Spicy Rice Pilaf

Spicy Rice Pilaf

Spicy Rice Pilaf

I found this recipe back in the 1950's and have made some minor adjustments over the years to update the flavor. In summer, I like to serve the pilaf over slices of red tomatoes. —Cynthia Gobeli, Norton, Ohio

Southwestern Turkey Dumpling Soup

Southwestern Turkey Dumpling Soup

Southwestern Turkey Dumpling Soup

Here's a Western twist on traditional turkey dumpling soup. I especially like this recipe because it's fast, easy and uses up leftover turkey or chicken.
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