This Beef and Summer Squash Tex-Mex Skillet is delicious! The dish takes about 30 minutes from start to finish and is a true crowd pleaser. The ground beef and squash are cooked with diced tomatoes, corn, cumin, chili powder and topped with melted cheese and fresh herbs. It is perfect over some fresh steam rice or rolled in a fresh tortilla.
For me, there is nothing like a great cooked grilled steak. The smell of it cooking and the taste right off the grill definitely puts me in a great place. In this chili glazed steak, it is perfect for the person who loves sauce with the steak. The marinade adds great flavor into the steak and the glaze at the last moment really adds a sweet flavor that is delicious. The flank steak can be swapped out for any type of quick cooking steak. The flank steak is a great steak due to the different things you can make off this recipe. It is perfect for steak tacos, sandwiches or just with a side of potatoes or rice.
As cinco de mayo is tomorrow, there is no better time than now to have this beer braised chicken tacos. I have done this recipe in the past when I first started my blog, however I have updated it and it is certainly a go to taco recipe. In this beer braised chicken tacos, the chicken is cooked in an amazing spiced packed liquid that makes it taste like no other chicken taco recipe, then pulled apart right before serving. The best part, it takes no more than 10 minutes of work from start to finish.
Looking for a simple dinner idea that takes about 30 minutes to make and is perfect to use up that left over rice and chicken from a previous dinner. These baked chicken chimichangas are perfect idea for you. A Chimichanga is a deep-fried burrito that is popular in Tex-Mex cuisine from the US southwest. In this recipe, in place of being deep fried, they are brushed with oil and baked at a high temp until crisp and golden brown. It is a perfect weeknight dinner topped with all of your favorite taco toppings.
During the holiday season, most families tend to get together and need easy options to feed many people at a decent price. In this tex-mex chicken and rice skillet, the preparation is simple with easy to find items (most probably already in your pantry). The chicken and the rice comes out tender and with the corn chip topping adds a great flavorful crunch. The dish takes only one pan to make and will be an instant crowd pleaser.
During the heat of the summer, I always lean to light dinners that have a bit of a kick of heat and packed with light fresh flavor. Due to the heat of the past few weeks, my garden was packed with fresh red tomatoes ready to jump into a delicious meal. This pan-seared shrimp with tomatoes and avocados is the perfect dish for those warm night. The chili give it a great smoky flavor along with a slight kick of heat and the tender shrimp tossed with the soft ripe tomatoes is perfect meal. This is a must try meal for everyone, as what my wife tells me.
Since today is the unofficial day of tacos to many, Cinco de Mayo. It is not the real meaning behind the day, but since Taco Tuesday lands on we got to do a good one. These chipotle roasted chicken tacos are backed with a delicious her and chili butter making the chicken thighs super tender and full of smokey flavor from the chipotle peppers then tossed with tender roasted onions wrapped in a warm tortilla makes a great simple taco that doesn't need all of the excess toppings. Plus the chipotle her butter makes a great topping for a grilled steak and fish or quickly tossed in pasta for a easy dinner option.
These Peking-Style Chicken Tacos are filled with marinated and tender chicken breast topped with a sweet and spicy sauce and crisp green scallions. You’ll love all the flavors in these tacos! It is the perfect recipe to change up your typical taco tuesday or any other day of the week. The sauce used to marinate the chicken the cooked down quickly to make a glaze like sauce that is pack with garlic, ginger and other amazing flavors. The recipe takes about 30 minutes from start to finish.
Barbacoa Beef is beef the cooked in deliciously flavored chili packed marinate sauce that is cooked over hours until you can pull it apart with two forks. Barbacoa is typically made with beef, lamb or goat seasoned with dry chilies then cooked until tender. The barbacoa beef is great in all sorts of Mexican-style dishes, on salads, sandwiches or even just served over rice or pasta. The preparation is very simple and can be easily done before work or school and you can come to dinner ready and you home smelling absolutely wonderful. Check out the recipe below in post.
Burritos are one of the most recognizable Mexican-style food. Burritos are found frozen in a gas station to award winning restaurants. The filling is normally rice with some form of protein, beef or beans being the most common. A wet burrito is a burrito that is covered in a chili based gravy that is similar to enchilada sauce but thicker and typically wrapped in a flour tortilla instead of corn which enchiladas are made with. Check out the recipe below in post.
Hey everyone, I am Dan and Live in Minnesota. I am here to show you the wonderful world of cooking and baking. As being a young boy in the kitchen to being a chef for over 10 years, I will show you the great recipes I have used over the years and what I do next. Please stick around and Enjoy!!