You haven’t lived until you’ve had some good chili gravy on your enchiladas. It’s a Tex-Mex thing. My favorites are cheese and onion enchiladas topped with the stuff but Beef and Carne Guisada enchiladas aren’t too far behind.
Original recipes from the Grazing Glutton.
A very simple recipe for Blackened Shrimp using my Blackened Seasoning. If you don’t eat them straight out the pan they’re very good dipped in Garlic Brown Butter or Cocktail Sauce.
This is a great Chicken and Sausage Gumbo recipe with just the right amount of heat for the timid. Don’t worry though, you can kick the heat up to whatever level pleases you. You can customize this recipe to your taste so don’t be afraid […]
This is a delicious Garlic Beef recipe peppered with mushrooms, onions and peppers and is really easy to make. The level of garlic can be adjusted according to your taste. Pairs great with my Parmesan Garlic Thyme Mashed Potatoes. It’s also great over egg noodles or […]
Mashed potatoes, a foundational comfort food. Just think of all the things you can do with a potato. You can bake it, fry it, roast it or boil it. You can make french fries, hash browns (diced or shredded), potato pancakes, scalloped potatoes and on […]
I remember the first time my wife tried Pico de Gallo years ago. We had returned home to San Antonio for a Christmas visit. I was anxious to hit all my little “hole in the wall” Mexican restaurants. These spots have some of the best […]
I’ve always wondered why anyone would want to eat a green tomato. They’re almost as hard as a rock and they don’t taste good. I would think that fried green tomatoes wouldn’t taste any better than fried shoe soles. However, there is something magical about […]
I have boiled, roasted and grilled more tomatoes, peppers and garlic than I can count trying to find that perfect salsa I get at my favorite Mexican restaurant. While I came up with some pretty good salsa’s, this is the one I love.
Who wouldn’t love a hot bowl of thick Texas Red Chili on a cold day? It’s not too bad on a hot day either. This chili recipe moves back towards the origins of chili when it was cooked on the trail.
No, there’s no chocolate in it but it’s a must for a good pot of gumbo. Chocolate Roux is used for thickening liquids and chocolate simply refers to the color of the roux. It’s also good for making gravy. Just add it to some beef stock.
This Blackened Seasoning is perfect for spicing up chicken, fish or beef. Easy to make and use. The same seasoning I use for the shrimp in my Chicken and Sausage Gumbo. Products to help prepare your Blackened Seasoning Print Recipe Blackened Seasoning Course: SeasoningsCuisine: […]