Print Recipe John Soules Foods’ Chimichurri Steak and Veggies Get the flavors of South America right at home and in less than 30 minutes! Filled with fresh veggies like squash, mushrooms, asparagus, peppers, and onion, John Soules Food’s beef fajitas are pre-seasoned and pre-cooked, so it doesn’t get much easier than this recipe. Simply sauté […]
Print Recipe John Soules Foods’ Street Corn with a Twist Texans love elotes, the creamy Mexican street corn loaded with zesty lime, queso fresco and chiles. Here John Soules Foods makes this dish dinner worthy with some added protein! Claire Soules shows us how easily it comes together thanks to JSF’s ready-to-eat beef steak. Votes: […]
Everyone needs a blockbuster way of preparing the iconic big shrimp, all rosey with tails still protruding, to star as an appetizer, to dress up soups and salads, or to just fill the entrée bill with high style. Here’s the way Los Angeles Dame Zov Karamardian – restaurateur, chef, and cookbook author – prepares them. […]
John Soules Foods’ crispy orange chicken tastes just like your favorite Chinese take-out! Here we turn them into a healthy weeknight dinner with a crunchy smashed cucumber and orange salad and steamed brown rice.
Print Recipe John Soules Foods Honey Garlic and Sriracha Chicken Pad Thai Enjoy restaurant-quality pad thai at-home with this surprisingly easy recipe that will be a quick family favorite! John Soules Foods ready-to-eat honey garlic sriracha chicken has this dinner ready quicker than delivery! Votes: 4 Rating: 4 You: Rate this recipe! Course Entrées Servings […]
Print Recipe John Soules Foods White Bean Rotisserie Chicken Chili Soup As the Christmas day approaches and stress levels of planning and prepping increase you’ll want an easy dinner to get you through the season! This simple, yet delicious chili is cozy and comforting, packed with a ton of protein and is made extra easy […]
This sweet and spicy club from John Soules Foods is the ultimate lunchtime classic with a delicious twist!
Print Recipe Jack Allen’s Steak Salad Nothing beats a hearty steak salad for either lunch or dinner! Jack Allen’s steak salad is guaranteed to satisfy your cravings and leave you with your protein for the day. The best part of a salad is that you can change it up and have fun with different toppings […]
Print Recipe TwoRows Cajun Seafood Pasta Cajun food is made from the heart, which means it’s full of love! If you’re in the mood for a sinfully delicious cream sauce filled with delicious seafood and veggies, this Cajun Seafood Pasta is a dish that’ll take you right to New Orleans. Your family will love this […]
If you’re looking to impress your family with a delicious, yet healthy meal, look no further! This stir fry is packed with veggies but has a southwest twist to add some great flavor. John Soules Foods…
Print Recipe Clay Pit’s Chicken Vindaloo This hearty Indian dish from Clay Pit in Austin gets its flavor from a variety of colorful spices and peppers. Traditionally, it’s made with pork, but it can also be made with beef, mutton or chicken, like we do here. Votes: 6 Rating: 4.33 You: Rate this recipe! Course […]
Print Recipe Turkey Leg Hut’s Dirty Rice Dirty rice is a staple in Cajun country that’s been passed down through generations. Hailing from Southern Louisiana, dirty rice is made with white rice that gets its “dirty” appearance from the meat with which it’s cooked. Long ago, dirty rice was made with leftover organ meat (gizzards, […]
Print Recipe Broken Barrel’s PEI Mussels Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Course Appetizers, Entrées Servings serving MetricUS Imperial Ingredients Mussles 1 quart Mussels raw, volume1 Tablespoon Onion diced½ teaspoon garlic minced2 oz Spanish chorizo1 cup coconut curry sauce1 sourdough bread sliceParsley to tastetoasted coconut to taste Coconut Curry Sauce (yield 3.5 pints) […]
Print Recipe Armadillo Palace’s Carne Asada This carne asada from Armadillo Palace in Houston is loaded with flavor. The origins of this dish, popular in Northern Mexico, come from field-tilling discs on tractors. Those discs, shaped like Chinese woks, were repurposed as pans in which to cook. Discada usually consists of beef, peppers, onions, lime […]
This classic French spread is a super simple way to use leftover cheese. It all comes together in a snap.