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Many Tex-Mex restaurants in Texas serve up avocado crema as a sauce to dip tortilla chips or to spoon over pretty much anything on the menu. Some Texans would even argue that Tex-Mex fish tacos are not perfect fish tacos without a bit of avocado crema sauce.
Serve this sauce in a dish alongside salsa verde and use it to amp up grilled chicken, to jazz up steak fajitas or just as a simple dip for tortilla chips. For the Avocado Crema recipe, click here. You can imagine deer hunters cooking this up over a campfire and then sopping up meat drippings with it.
Any Texas grandmother will tell you the secret to perfect chicken fried-steak is a three-step dredging method: First dredge the meat in a flour mixture, then a beer batter, then again in the flour mixture. Fry it up in a pan just like fried chicken and serve it with a white pepper gravy. For the Chicken-Fried Steak recipe, click here.
Chicken tortilla is the spicy stepsister to chicken noodle soup. Tortilla chips replace noodles and the broth cooked in spices will clear the cold from any head.
Texas Jack's Famous Pralines Secret Recipe Book by Dennis Waller
Serve this crowd-pleaser soup in cold months alongside bowls of toppings — sour cream, grated white cheddar, sliced avocado and parsley -- and be prepared to share the recipe widely. For the Chicken Tortilla Soup recipe, click here. This recipe is a bit more sophisticated. Serve it with tortilla chip or Fritos Scoops.
For the Chili con Queso recipe, click here.
For the Creamed Corn recipe, click here. The secret to amazing homemade flour tortillas is lard, but this healthy recipe tastes just as good. For the Flour Tortillas recipe, click here. If you grew up in Texas, you likely grew up eating Frito pie right out of the Frito bag at high school football games, county fairs and maybe even in your own kitchen. These days, you may find a few restaurants serving up a sophisticated twist on the classic hello duck chili and goat cheese!
For the Frito Pie recipe, click here. The Germans who immigrated to Texas in the 19th century brought with them recipes for beer, brats and yes, German potato salad. Made with a Dijon vinegar dressing instead of mayonnaise, this recipe can be served hot or cold. For the German Potato Salad recipe, click here. Nothing beats the perfect, classic Tex-Mex guacamole made with avocados, lime, red onion, cilantro, a bit of garlic and salt.
For the Guacamole recipe, click here. But no casserole recipe is as famous as the King Ranch Chicken casserole. The recipe has nothing to do with the actual King Ranch in Texas, which, at , square miles, is larger than the state of Rhode Island. For the King Ranch Chicken Casserole recipe, click here. These pillowy, fruit-filled pastries were introduced to central Texas by Czech immigrants in the s and are now served throughout the state in bakeries, grocery stores and the ubiquitous-across-Texas Buc-ees convenience stores.
You can make your own kolaches and fill them with traditional apricot, strawberry, blueberry or cream cheese. This particular recipe calls for a cream cheese filling. What are migas?
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Some say they are basically eggs scrambled with tortilla chips, but they are so much more. For the Migas recipe, click here.
While the rest of the country obsesses over apple cobbler, Texas is all about the peach. For the Old-Fashioned Peach Cobbler recipe, click here. The old fashioned cocktail is a classic Southern recipe created by a bartender in Louisville, Kentucky. Traditionally made up of bourbon, sugar, water and bitters, this drink is refreshing and is the perfect cocktail accompaniment to Texas barbecue.
This is most certainly why every Texas cookbook contains a few recipes featuring the pecan. Perhaps the most popular pecan recipe in any Texas cookbook is the pecan pie. Almost sickly sweet with sugar and Karo syrup, this Thanksgiving Day staple can be found days a year in the Great State of Texas. For the Pecan Pie recipe, click here. Every Texan knows where to find authentic pralines — wrapped up in cellophane and sold at the cash register of every Tex-Mex restaurant in Texas.
This recipe takes the Texas praline one step further and includes both white and light brown sugar. For the Pecan Pralines recipe, click here. While the rest of the country obsesses over black beans, Texas is all about the pinto bean, best served in its own stew with perhaps a bit of ham. For the Pinto Beans recipe, click here. There are many beans options in Texas — black beans, pinto beans, charro beans — but the most famous bean of all is the refried bean. Refried beans is what you get when you fry up a batch of smashed pinto or black beans in a frying pan with some peppers, onion and garlic.
For the Refried Beans recipe, click here. For the Salsa Fresca recipe, click here. The fajita plate, with its sizzling meats always served with a large array of condiments, was created in Texas. For the Sizzling Steak Fajitas recipe, click here. For the Slow Cooker Huevos Rancheros recipe, click here. Typically made by creating a roux in the bottom of a pan just used to cook a steak, Southern white gravy is best served atop chicken fried steak or with homemade biscuits. For the Southern White Gravy recipe, click here. No worries, these onions can be grown in a few other states, and those are just as delicious in this recipe.
For the Sweet Onion Pie recipe, click here. Barbecue sauce is one of those hotly debated topics in Texas. For the Texas Barbecue Sauce recipe, click here. Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Product Details. Average Review. Write a Review. Related Searches. Everyone loves a good View Product. Make mouth-watering, scrumptious cakes that require little to no baking in an oven! Best-Selling Author In addition she includes recipes for 6 Refrigerator Poke cakes that Sorbet is a wildly requested treat around the globe because of its tartness, and sweetness.
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Homemade cobblers and crisps go back to Colonial Blue Ribbon Recipes. Table of ContentsPg Title Decadent Rice Pudding Recipes. Try making these decadent rice puddings. Just a few of the recipes included in the book:Cinnamon Do you love KFC?