This dish from Pier 6 in San Leon is one of their most popular dishes and you’ll see why! The redfish is served “on the half shell,” which means that the filets still have skin and scales, this shields the fish from overcooking and allows it to stay perfectly moist. It pairs nicely with the […]
finely chopped cilantro
We’re big fans of elote here in Texas and this creamy dip hits all the same notes. Sweet late-summer corn mingles with spicy serrano peppers, gooey cheese, fresh lime, cilantro and chicken in this loaded baked dip.
These chile rellenos get their name because they’re roasted and stuffed before baking in a smoky tomato sauce. No breading, no frying. The result is a lightened-up spin on one of our favorite Mexican dishes where the chiles really get to shine.
This dish from BB Lemon in Houston is a decadent – and it’s good for you too! Scallops are a lean protein packed with vitamin B12, vitamin E, potassium and magnesium. Peak season for fresh sea scallops is October through March.
This playful hot dog has all of the spicy, creamy and citrusy flavors of my favorite Mexican street food, Elote Asado. The grilled corn relish comes together in minutes, while the slightly-sweet chipotle mayo packs a lot of flavor with only 2 ingredients.
Here, we’ve taken all of the elements we love from the traditional Chilaquiles – the eggs, the sauce-covered chips and the crispy edges – and created an easy one-pan breakfast casserole.