Posts Tagged ‘tex mex recipes’
Even if you don’t speak Spanish, chances are, you can pronounce and understand a few Spanish words and phrases. And this can be handy when you’re ordering a meal in a Tex-Mex restaurant. After all, you don’t have to know exactly what “pico de gallo” means to know that it’s delicious and you’d like to order a bowl of it! But have you ever wondered how some of these foods got their names? Read the rest of this entry »
If you are a vegan and avoid any type of meat, that doesn’t mean you have to give up great Tex-Mex cooking. Tex-Mex features a wide variety of vegetables as well, enough to satisfy even the most particular of vegans. As an example, here are two recipes for vegan tacos. Read the rest of this entry »
Many people love spicy-hot Tex Mex foods. That “hot and spicy” often comes courtesy of the judicious use of chili peppers.
Chili peppers, in fact, can be added to many “regular” Tex Mex dishes or even those everyday meals of scrambled eggs at breakfast, hamburgers, soups, and more.
Take a look below for some ideas as to how you can add that all-important “heat” to some of your favorite foods – whether they’re of Tex Mex in origin or not – with the chili pepper.
As August arrives, the heat of summer in Texas feels as if it’s just getting started.
So we feel August is prime time for holding the ultimate in summer parties.
And Tex Mex cuisine will only add to the fun.
Here are some ideas for the foods to serve at your ultimate summer party. Read the rest of this entry »
If you want to start your children out on the right foot when it comes to making Tex Mex dishes at home, look no further than the wonderful quesadilla.
This dish is the perfect Tex Mex dish to make with our kids or grandkids.
Take a look below for an easy-to-create yet very healthy (lots of vegetables and chicken in this quesadilla) recipe for the cheese-and-flour-tortilla mainstay.
Add even more vegetables to this chicken quesadilla, and you have a very healthy and filling meal. Read the rest of this entry »