Print Recipe El Toro Mexican Restaurant’s Cabo Salad In this recipe from El Toro in Houston we call for chicken, but you can also use shrimp, beef fajita meat or a combination of your choice. Votes: 1 Rating: 5 You: Rate this recipe! Course Salads Servings serving MetricUS Imperial Ingredients Salad 8 ounces mixed greens¼ […]
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Mac-and-cheese just became a weeknight possibility thanks to this easy no-roux recipe. Traditionally, mac-and-cheese begins with a béchamel sauce that is thickened by a butter and flour roux. In this version, we skip the roux all-together and use good ol’ American cheese.
Fish-and-chips get a healthy makeover in this weeknight-friendly recipe! If you’re like me, then the thought of deep-frying fish in your kitchen seems like a smelly mess. In this version, the fish is baked on piles of thinly sliced potatoes and lemon until flaky and golden brown.
This over-the-top tomato sandwich is inspired by one from Turkey & The Wolf in New Orleans. For added crunch, roasted sunflower seeds are liberally sprinkled on the sliced bread, creating a nice contrast with the juicy sliced tomatoes.
Watermelon is the star in this refreshing summer ceviche. Make this dish while the fruit is at its peak and bursting with flavor – the sweetness mellows out the intense acidity from the lime juice.
These light and healthy fish tacos will become an instant weeknight classic!
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.
Cooking en papillote is a no-fuss, simple way to cook fish that doesn’t make a mess out of your kitchen. In this recipe, we use cod, blood orange and fennel with salty olives and capers for an aromatic dish that will transport you right to the French coast.
Looking for an easy lunch to mix up at your desk? A jar salad is our weekly go-to because you can make it in advance and everything is neatly packed up and ready to eat.
This decadent side dish from Steak 48 in Houston is a clever mash-up of silky crème brûlée and a classic corn pudding. If you can, make this dish in the fall when fresh corn is still in season – we promise you’ll taste the difference.
Plan to split this starter that’s totally Texan! Make your own crostinis to scoop up this salty beef tartare from my friends with Delicious in Austin.