Enjoy Nashville’s famous hot chicken right in your own kitchen with H-E-B’s heat-and-eat Southern-Style Tenders! Here we slather them in a homemade spicy mayo and then pile on cushy slider buns. They’re beyond delicious—and easy!
Enjoy Nashville’s famous hot chicken right in your own kitchen with John Soules Foods’ heat-and-eat Southern-Style Tenders! Here we slather them in a homemade spicy mayo and then pile on cushy slider buns. They’re beyond delicious—and easy!
These eye-popping appetizers from the GOYA test kitchen taste as good as they look. These delicious bites topped with marinated ahi tuna and creamy aji sauce will score a touchdown at your next tailgate party, but are fancy enough for Oscar night, too! For a time-saving shortcut, use GOYA’s frozen ham, chorizo or fish croquettes.
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 spiced red snapper from Navajo Grill in Fredericksburg is loaded with flavor. Red snapper has a sweet, nutty quality with a firm texture (and the skin is edible). It’s an excellent source of protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. You can substitute other types of snapper in this dish, such as mutton, vermilion, mangrove, […]
Pecan Creek Grille is one of the busiest breakfast joints in Houston, get their homemade chorizo recipe here!
In this dish inspired by the cuisine of the Basque region of Spain, a quick-cooked ragout features sliced onions and peppers and diced tomatoes, and is flavored with GOYA® […]
Stuck in a storebought hummus rut? Make this Hazelnut Hummus from My Name is Joe Coffee Company in Austin for your weekend gatherings. Hazelnut oil and smoked paprika give this heavenly hummus a unique twist. Serve it up with fresh vegetables (we love organic cucumbers and vine-ripened tomatoes) or fresh-baked pita bread from Central Market.
Try this take on Mexican elote — Sweet Corn Fritters with fresh tomato salsa and avocado. These beauties are from Madeleine Shaw’s “A Year of Beautiful Eating.”
This chili recipe is pure Texas! Roasted poblano peppers and Lone Star beer having a starring role in this top notch chili!
Why not try a dish that will brighten your table? Here, the pork is accompanied by a vibrantly colorful pea salad, carrying the taste of spring.
This slow roasted pork belly recipe from Goya Foods is absolutely heavenly served over a bed of warm manchego polenta with a buttery rich butterscotch reduction sauce.
This deliciously juicy pork tenderloin recipe can be made using your sous vide cooker!