Ripe strawberries, spinach, yogurt dressing, Feta cheese, and a granola croutons are in this welcome salad that’s a Texan classic.
A tangy ham glaze formed from currant jelly and mustard has been a Texan favorite since the 1900s, yet still tastes fresh and new.
Much like enchiladas, enfrijoladas are stuffed tortillas that are smothered in sauce and cheese, but the sauce is made from pureed beans instead of chiles.
This early recipe for Texas grapefruit pie is a custard meringue pie, much like lemon meringue pie. A familiar and welcome twist.
Kimchi macaroni and cheese is a creamy, zesty baked dish made with cheese, pasta, bacon, and green onions.
Red beans and boudin is a pot of red beans slowly cooked with the Cajun rice and pork known as boudin. An excellent combination of flavors.
Carne de puerco, which is tender pork nestled in a heartwarming gravy made with red chiles, is welcome on a cold day.
This tender, tangy brisket is cooked with ranch dressing loaded with spices and chili powder and a heaping serving of pickled jalapeños.
Czech Texans often serve this hearty beef and potato stew known a picnic stew at community gatherings.
A combination of Fritos, peanut butter, chocolate, orange zest, cinnamon, vanilla, and powdered sugar that’s an addictive sweet and salty snack!