This isn’t your ordinary chili—it’s made with chickpeas! To make this unique one-pot meal, seasoned chicken is cooked together with onions, garlic, bold spices, tomato sauce, GOYA® Pico de Gallo Salsa, nutty GOYA® Chick Peas and corn. After simmering for just 20 minutes, top with fresh chopped cilantro and dig into a comforting, mouthwatering bowl of goodness.
Take corn, heavy cream, chipotle & “other goof stuff,” mix it all together and you have Fuego’s famous Chipotle Cream Corn, shown here as an essential topping to the fan favorite Dr. Pepper Cowboy Taco. Dive in!
Decadently simple, this slow-cooker side will be one of my go-to favorites for football season. In fact, the folks at B-Daddy’s churn out SO much of this stuff…
A great corn on the cob recipe for grill season from Chef Justin Wangler of Kendall-Jackson. Served with lemon verbena butter, grilled lemon and finishing salt on the side.
The use of Pepper Jack instead of cream cheese skyrockets the ‘delish’ factor on this Pepper Jack Creamed Corn! Served here with grilled redfish in a zesty Cajun seasoning from my friends at Sysco.
Recipe courtesy of Executive Chef Brandon Frohne of Mason’s Nashville. Brushed with Chipotle Crema and sprinkled with Queso Fresco.
This dish is a common sight when wandering the streets of Ecuador, and Chef David Guerrero shares his recipe with us! Charcoal grilled white corn topped with “mapahuira” (roasted pork pieces), cilantro avocado cream sauce, and queso fresco.
Lip-smacking, tailgate snacks that are really simple, healthy and fun! Chef Anna of H-E-B Cooking Connections has some incredible eats for the Big Game that you’ll want to hang onto long after we crown a champion on Sunday.
Plan a dinner date with this winter comfort foods menu to bite at those chilly evenings. Avoid eating out too many nights in a row…stay in to cook recipes from some of our most desirable dining destinations and commiserate instead. Have preparing the meal be the real event!
I just did a segment on Great Day Houston on KHOU TV, Deborah Duncan’s show, featuring ‘dishes’ to try in Mason jars. They’re a completely non-toxic way to store food in your kitchen! Practical for preserving leftovers, and re-usable in a way that never quite goes out of style. I’ve even seen people use them for gifts! My gift to you? A few Goodtaste favorites that can do containers.
Risotto – just the name all by itself conjures up delicious visions of creamy decadence! Risotto is a great starter to a meal, but it’s also a meal all to itself. There’s actually a festival coming up in honor of this Italian favorite – the 9th Annual International Risotto Festival – in Katy at the Houston Design Center.
Chef Dominic is the master at work with this veggie-lover’s risotto! Watch his live cooking demonstration- click here. The mushrooms totally add a hidden element to this dish…what flavor!
This is a taste sensation! Thanks to HEB Cooking Connection for this delicious recipe!
I first tasted this delicious corn pudding at a wine tasting at Paesanos 1604. I liked it so much, I begged them for the recipe so I could pass it along. It’s made with roasted corn. Enjoy! 1. Saute corn and garlic shallot mix. Add cream. 2. Bring to a boil and then simmer 5 […]
Every Fiesta party needs a colorful salad like this! Contributed by Fiesta volunteer Alice Kormanik, you can find this recipe in the official Fiesta cookbook. To find out how to buy the cookbook, go to my Fiesta page. Enjoy!!