Print Recipe La Hacienda de los Barrios’ Cortadillo estilo Zuazua La Hacienda de los Barrios serves up so much more than mouthwatering Tex-Mex food. This San Antonio gem has a stunning patio with live music every night of the week. This cortadillo estilo Zuazua is a beloved Barrios family recipe. Think of it like a […]
Print Recipe Sysco Central Texas’ Shrimp Pasta Shrimp is such a versatile protein. It’s mild in flavor and soaks up any seasoning or sauce it is immersed in. For a simple weeknight dinner, Chef Dustin Alexander at Sysco Central Texas, is sharing a recipe for a delicious Mediterranean Shrimp Pasta. Made with plump Blue Diamond […]
This classic fish recipe hails from the coastal Mexican state of Veracruz. Cod fillets are baked and covered in a rich sauce with GOYA® Minced Garlic, Capers and Olives. They round out the full flavor of this traditional Mexican recipe.
Pondicheri’s Kerala Vegetable Stew is a simple vegetable dish you can whip up in about 30 minutes. Our friend Anita Jaisinghani is a culinary wizard in many areas, but her vegetable-focused meals are a treasure. Be sure to check out her brand new website, India 1948!
This is an amazingly fresh and sophisticated shareable plate from Chef Johnny Hernandez. It’s made with Leche de Tigre and Red Snapper and so refreshing when served with a white wine.
Savor the flavors of the sea with these new Tacos de Salmon from Chef Johnny Hernandez’ new restaurant, Villa Rica Mexican Restaurant in San Antonio. Make them with fresh guacamole, lime cabbage slaw and pico de gallo.
We love this brand new recipe for Chicken Tortilla Soup from Cordúa! Keep some extra tortilla strips handy for snacking while you cook!
This deliciously easy recipe from Goya Foods brings together fresh pineapple and nopalitos, with a rich black bean mole sauce! You’ll love it with fresh Mahi Mahi or halibut!
We’re all in on this Avocado Fundido dip, compliments of Executive Chef David Bull with Second Bar + Kitchen. A crafty creation in under 10 minutes with queso asadero, house chorizo and chipotle corn chips!
Print Recipe Main Course Cooking School “We find comfort in food in the south and for the ultimate Southern specialty, you can’t go wrong with Shrimp & Grits. I’ve kicked it up a notch with chorizo cream and tomato-tarragon jam-a favorite menu item in our cooking school and I hope your family will love it […]
Central Market’s annual Hatch Chile Fest is just around the corner! Their peppery enchilada “pie” is layered with shredded chicken and roasted Hatch green chiles together with a special Hatch Green Chile Enchilada Sauce and melted cheddar cheese.
Enchiladas aren’t difficult to make per se, but getting all the components prepared dictates some work before the final assembly can begin. For the best-tasting results, make the fillings and sauces well ahead of time and reheat just in time to assemble the final product when it’s time to eat. Share the fun by having an assembly line to put the enchiladas together!
Zesty pork chop tacos bathed in a spicy Salsa de Arbol from the folks at Tacodeli, topped off with chopped yellow onion and poblano peppers.
Cochinita Pibil is the traditional pork barbecue of the Yucatan Peninsula, where for centuries it has been cooked in pits lined with hot stones and banana leaves. The achiote-based rub, which imparts a rich, terra-cotta color and an earthy flavor, is equally good on seafood and chicken.
Clam soup with a kick! This thick, tomato-based broth is amazing with the Basturma (Turkish beef). Pastrami is also a good substitute.