Loaded Queso is the best entertaining appetizer! This homemade queso blanco is the real deal. First, cook the Panorama ground beef with onion and jalapeño before removing from the pan. To make the queso, melt cream cheese into milk. Once creamy, add white cheddar and pepper jack cheeses and stir until melty. Add the beef mixture back into the cheese, and serve warm with sour cream, avocado and extra jalapeño rounds. It’s the real deal, y’all.
Start any party with this delightful vegan-friendly Black Bean Dip. Perfectly spicy and seasoned to impress, this dip goes wonderfully with fajitas, guacamole and various other TexMex dishes. The black beans are cooked down with onions, a green bell pepper, a jalapeño, oregano, bay leaves, sage, chili powder, cumin, orange juice, lime juice, rice wine vinegar and salt until they fall apart. Serve with tortilla chips to create the perfect vegan gameday appetizer.
Chicken and Sausage Gumbo is the ultimate Louisiana comfort food! This gumbo starts with a dark roux as its base. Once the roux is ready and combined with water, add sautéed chopped green bell pepper, onion and celery to the pot. Sear the chicken and sausage, too, before throwing them in, and letting the gumbo cook low and slow for hours. From-scratch gumbo is a labor of love, but it's a delicious one that is perfect to serve to...
Tired of coleslaw slathered in a thick mayonnaise sauce? Change up your coleslaw game by making this sweet and spicy No Mayo Honey Mustard Coleslaw. Instead of a heavy dressing, this coleslaw is lightly coated in a sweet-spicy mustardy dressing and perfect as a barbecue side dish or on top of a barbecue sandwich.
Andouille Sausage Breakfast Tacos are the BEST dish to wake up to! Break down the andouille sausage and cook it in a saucepan until cooked through. Once the sausage is crumbly and delicious, add onion, sweet peppers and a jalapeño to the pan until they soften. Remove them from the pan, and scramble the eggs in the same skillet. These tacos add some much-needed heat to the breakfast or brunch table.
Instead of making Hoppin' John, serve Black Eyed Pea Dip to guests on New Year's Day. A nod to the traditional Southern recipe, this app calls for similar ingredients. Chock full of black eyed peas, heirloom tomatoes, red onion, jalapeño and some green onions, this vegetarian dip comes together with a honey-balsamic dressing. Serve Black Eyed Pea Dip with corn or tortilla chips. What a scrumptious appetizer to bring prosperity in the new year!