Print Recipe John Soules Foods’ General Tso’s Ramen Votes: 0 Rating: 0 You: Rate this recipe! Servings MetricUS Imperial Ingredients One 24-ounce bag JSF General Tso’s Chicken5 cups low-sodium chicken stock4 scallions sliced thinly, plus more for garnishOne two-inch ginger root thinly sliced5 garlic cloves minced¼ cup soy sauce plus more as needed2½ Tablespoon mirin […]
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.
Print Recipe Chunky Avocado Salad with Kimchi Vinaigrette The star of this colorful, crunchy summer salad is the kimchi blender dressing. When you have good kimchi, this dressing doesn’t need much else. We like to use Small Town Cultures’s turmeric kimchi for its bright acidity, pleasant funk and the lovely yellow color that the turmeric […]
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 burger is the epitome of Texas. The flavorful pork patties are studded with chopped green chilies, adding moisture and just the right amount of heat.
When we’re looking for something healthy and satisfying to eat, sweet potatoes are always top of the list. Here, we’ve given this versatile vegetable the “twice baked” treatment and loaded it up with all of our favorite taco fixings like chorizo, black beans, Mexican crema and shredded cheese.
Mayonnaise is the magic ingredient here. It makes this cheesy spread incredibly gooey.
This recipe marries two of my favorite guilty pleasures: grilled cheese sandwiches and a classic Southern pimento cheese spread. Mayonnaise is the magic ingredient here. It makes the cheesy filling incredibly gooey and a thin smear on the outside gives the bread a crispy, golden crust.
Make your taco night a one-skillet success with this easy Beef and Bean Taco Skillet recipe! The trick: simmer ground beef with GOYA® Pinto Beans in Sauce, which are already seasoned with tomato, cilantro and Latin spices. The rich broth from the beans adds just the right touch of flavor to the meat. Then sprinkle cheese, scallions, lettuce and GOYA® Pico de Gallo-Mild over the bean mixture – right into the pan. Scoop into warm tortillas and enjoy this easy, delicioso dinner.
This Mexican-flavored, creamy side dish takes only twenty minutes to prepare. Make it in a snap by blending GOYA® Low Sodium Golden Corn with cream cheese, recaito, jalapeño Salsita […]
“Walnuts can get bitter if toasted too long, so remove them from the oven as soon as they turn golden brown.”
Famous duck & Andouille sausage gumbo that Boudro’s has had on their menu for nearly 30 years! The key is in the Roux…
A signature dish at Abacus Restaurant Dallas – thanks to Chef Kent Rathbun for sharing!
Le Colonial’s Rice Noodle Salad comes together with fresh Vietnamese vegetables and herbs, and begs for a chardonnay. Delicious with grilled shrimp or steak.
Bullfight in Austin celebrates the best of Spanish food, drink and culture. Every menu item is meant to be shared – that includes this incredible seafood paella from Chef/Owner Shawn Cirkiel.