Menu: Mexican Grilling

Grill your fish, grill your salsa, grill your sangria, grill everything

Grilling, Grilled Sangria
Grilled Sangria
Whether it's juicing grilled limes into margaritas, charring tomatoes for bloody marys, or making this reimagined sangria with caramelized fruits, grilling your drinks will add smoky depth to every sip. Get the recipe for Grilled Sangria »Matt Taylor-Gross

It's high time for grilled corn, grilled fish, grilled salsa, grilled everything—summertime is very amenable to a wide array of Mexican dishes. We've pulled just the menu, featuring tacos, dips, sides, and even a grilled cocktail.

The Menu

Tacos de Carne Asada (Grilled Steak Tacos)
Skirt steak marinated with lime and spices is an excellent choice for carne asada, from Mexico's El Bajio region.Todd Coleman

More About This Menu

  1. To ensure that your tacos are the best they can be, check out our Tortilla Buying Guide.
  2. The grilled tomato salsa is a great sauce to pair with any of these main courses, but if you want a second option—because the only thing better than salsa is two salsas—try this fresh salsa verde. And let's not forget guacamole.
  3. We're all familiar with Spanish sangria—the Mexican version is a bit boozier, so beware. (And maybe keep a few pitchers of ice water on hand.)
  4. Before grilling, be sure to let your chicken marinade for at least 4 hours or overnight for a rich, garlicky flavor.