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.
This recipe for this “Secret Sauce” comes from Soda Pops in Boerne, Texas. It’s an all-purpose hamburger and sandwich spread and makes a tasty dip for sweet potato fries or onion rings.
It’s hard to believe that juicy Bánh Mì Burger above is actually under 350 calories and contains less than 5 grams of sugar. Pickled vegetables and grass-fed beef make this burger delightfully decadent. It was created by celebrity chef Devin Alexander (you may remember her as the chef from The Biggest Loser) for her new cookbook, You Can Have It!
These easy and fresh tacos are filling and healthy! Use them with any white fish you like.
What a delicious way to devour deviled eggs! Ralph’s on the Park in New Orleans shared this irresistible recipe for crawfish deviled eggs crowned in caviar!
Find this potent plate on the dinner menu at The Peached Tortilla in Austin. Marinated in a fish sauce vinaigrette, topped with herbs and shallots. Gluten free!
Fancy “Asian style” fries from Kitchen Manager Zach McGrath of Waller Creek Pub House in Austin! Drizzled with Sriracha, hoisin sauce and lime mayo. Topped with cilantro and chopped peanuts.
Sweet and spicy meet when Sriracha is added to Peanut Butter cookies from The Sugar Pixie. Must have additions include chocolate chips, or top with a Chocolate Hershey’s Kiss like a Peanut Butter Blossom.
The Original Kimchi Fries from Chi’Lantro in Austin contain a mount of crispy fries, topped with caramelized kimchi, two kinds of cheese, cilantro, onions, magic sauce, Sriracha, and sesame seeds. A Korean-American fusion food we couldn’t be more behind!
Banh Mi style tacos from The Peached Tortilla featuring Vietnamese braised pork belly, pickled daikon carrot, Sriracha mayo and topped with cilantro.
Hawaiian poke (raw tuna salad) has become an increasingly popular dish with the right mix of spices. When in doubt, throw this mix in a tortilla for a snappy weekday meal!