Fresh and tasty Mexican salads make a lovely accompaniment to your favourite Mexican main. Served with salsa and guacamole, your Mexican feast is complete. We also have Mexican-inspired taco salads, bean salads and lots more.
This Mexican-inspired beef salad has thin slices of steak, sweetcorn, yellow pepper, red onion and feta cheese served on a bed of romaine and finished off with a spicy coriander-lime dressing.
Fajita seasoning makes this salad fiery. Add lots of lettuce, onions and tomatoes, and you have a Mexican-inspired salad. It's even better topped with grated cheese and tortilla crisps.
This Mexican-inspired salad works well as an addition to wraps, tacos and burritos. It's also good to spoon onto scrambled eggs. Of course, it's great on it's own, too! If you can't find tinned black beans, substitute dried or a tin of borlotti beans.
This has got to be one of my favourite salads of all time. It's Mexican-inspired, hearty, packed full of protein, monosaturated fats, texture and flavour. My original recipe calls for black beans, but I've also used chickpeas in the past.
This pasta salad is completely different than the average pasta salad. It's creamy, tangy and zesty. Pasta is tossed with beans, sweetcorn, pepper and black olives in a creamy cumin dressing.