This extraordinary dish has been making the rounds lately. It’s a bit different than my Cheesy Chicken Potato Bake Recipe, so be sure to try both. With this Loaded Potato and Chicken Casserole recipe, it has a touch of spicy kick from the hot sauce, but this definitely will appeal to chileheads because I’ve added diced jalapeno chiles to the recipe. Enjoy!
2 lb boneless chicken breasts, cubed (1-inch)
8-10 medium potatoes, cut in 1/2-inch cubes…
Acting parent for a fully grown up bearded man or a tattooed lady can he horrifying. I mean how I even start telling you on when to brush your teeth, how many tequila shots you should take, or even flush down the toilet when you are done with your business inside! Is that not downright appalling?
However, there is one thing I know I can never go wrong with, BBQ! Yeah, I SAID THAT…
College football season is now well underway. Hundreds of thousands are congregating around university parking lots all around the nation, cooking, drinking, and celebrating with fellow gridiron fans.
It’s easy to throw an amazing parking lot party right at the tailgate of your car or truck. With these easy steps and tips, you’ll have an easy tailgate menu and a good game plan for all the action in the parking lot before the real game starts. So, if you’ve never partaken in the activity of tailgating, here is a handy infographic guide on how to host the perfect tailgate!
Bacon-wrapped Cheese-stuffed Hot Dogs: Ingredients
- Hot dogs (about 2 per person)
- Soft hot dog rolls
- Cheddar cheese sticks
- Bacon (1 slice per hot dog)
The key to making a tailgate party low-stress is picking a…
With tailgating season right upon us, here is a great recipe to get you started! Courtesy of my good friends at Stubb’s BBQ, here is a winner of an appetizer platter: Smokey Stuffed Jalapenos with Bacon.
- 24 fresh jalapenos, halved and seeded
- 16 oz. cream cheese
- ½ lbs. uncooked chorizo
- 24 slices of bacon, cut into halves (about 2 lbs.)
- 1 cup Stubb’s Smokey Mesquite Bar-B-Q Sauce
- Preheat a skillet to…
What is Texas caviar? Well, unlike it’s namesake, it has nothing whatsoever to do with fish eggs, thankfully!
Texas caviar is a salad of beans, corn, black-eyed peas, and other ingredients, often eaten as a dip accompaniment to tortilla chips. You can also think of it like an jacked-up black bean and corn salsa. Texas caviar is good any time as a snack, part of an appetizer or a party food.
Here is a Texas caviar recipe that will add some life to your feeding frenzy…
I love me some nacho cheese. The ooey, gooey, liquid nacho queso sauce you commonly find in fast food Mexican restaurants, at concession stands and snack bars, and on your grocery store shelves are a guilty pleasure of mine, but I recently found that you can create a much better nacho cheese product at home.
So here is my nacho sheese sauce recipe. The consistency of this queso will be a tiny bit more “stringy” and “stretchy” like melted cheddar and be “gloppy”, yet still have attributes of being smooth and pourable and will be very similar to a store-bought processed nacho cheese sauce.
It’s great with old fashioned tortilla chips and jalapenos, but it’s also fantastic on Taco Tuesdays or even on fried potato slices (for what I call “Potchos”). Just as long as you have plenty of pre-shredded cheddar or a block of cheddar on hand, this nacho cheese sauce recipe should be pretty easy to make any time as it includes very common ingredients.
Do you think pulled pork is only good as a sandwich? Think again. This recipe for BBQ Pulled Pork Nachos from Stubb’s Legendary Bar-B-Q is absolutely killer! There’s a warning: once you make these BBQ Pulled Pork Nachos, you will constantly crave them day and night.
Cooking these is a relatively simple process. The only “hard” thing to do is smoked a pork shoulder. But if you’re a BBQ aficionado, chances are good that you having something going in your smoker every weekend anyway. Let’s get to the goods…
In a pinch, I admit that I’ll use the thin, rubbery, store-bought flour tortillas for burritos, soft tacos or wraps. If I really want something that pops with freshness, texture and flavor, nothing beats making some homemade flour tortillas for my Mexican-style meals.
Here’s a simple recipe for homemade flour tortillas that anyone can do – even the laziest cook out there! After one or two tries, you’ll have this down pat. In fact, you’ll get the craving for these for whenever you’re concocting your own south-of-the-border recipes…
Alright, you want hot? You got it!
This super-hot buffalo wing sauce recipe is for serious chileheads only. If you’re a certifiable heat freak and are tired of other buffalo wing sauce recipes leaving your tongue disappointed with a flat heat level, then these scorchers should do the trick.
First, you will need two things:
- 2-3 pounds of assorted chicken wings, both flats and drumettes.
- Approximately 1 quart of cooking oil.
Regular Super-Hot Buffalo Sauce Version
- 1 cup Frank’s RedHot Pepper Sauce
- 1/3 cup vegetable oil
- 1 teaspoon granulated sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
- read more…
So you’re looking for a good taco seasoning recipe? Maybe a variation with some spicy chile pepper kick to it? Well, my fellow foodie and internet traveler, you’ve come to the right destination!
How I came to creating this particular taco seasoning spice mix is as follows. Please bare with me.
“Mexican night” around Casa Del Roberts is a frequently-occurring and much-anticipated occasion. Naturally, whether our main vessel of holding and consuming taco meat comes in the guise of crunchy tacos, soft tacos, burritos, nachos, enchiladas, taco burgers, or even the odd Mexican pizza, the constant need for taco seasoning is mammoth. Sure, I could stock up on a handful of those decent-tasting taco seasoning pouches from my local supermarket, but sometimes I do run out of the processed stuff in the packets and need to throw something together in a pinch…
What’s that? You mean haven’t tried chicken wing drumettes and flats “Missouri-style”? If you’re unfamiliar with this tiny little live-fire recipe twist on grilling these popular poultry pieces, it simply combines the best of grilling (hot and fast cooking) and true outdoor barbecuing (low n’ slow with a touch of wood smoke). The results are spectacular!
And if you’re unlearned about grilling wings, period, and are just used to frying them indoors, you’re missing quite a treat. The great thing about grilled wings is that the fat drips down, the skin gets lovely and crispy and you don’t have to deal with cooking with hot oil (and the disposal associated with using it). Plus, you get a delicious grilled flavor!
To first implement Missouri-style, first lay out some…
Being one of the best tasting, most versatile chile peppers there is, the habanero makes a pretty fine ingredient for a plethora of great hot sauce recipe styles.
A video recipe for habanero hot sauce has been submitted to me from chilehead Peter Quinn that I think has a terrific spin on the what habaneros are capable of in terms of a hot sauce when it comes to flavor…
A tangy and spicy addition to fish tacos, or really anything with a Mexican flair. Here is a Sour Cream Taco Sauce Recipe!
Sour Cream Taco Sauce
- 1/3 cup sour cream
- 1/3 cup mayonnaise
- 1 tablespoon taco seasoning (you can either use a store-bought packet, or this great recipe from our friends over at HotSauceDaily.com for homemade taco seasoning)
- Juice of 1 lime
In a small bowl, whisk all ingredients together until smooth. Drizzle over tacos as desired…
Here’s a ridiculously simple recipe for family night that is sure to please everyone – pizza fries!
Pizza Fries Recipe
- 1 (2 lb) bag frozen french fries
- 1 cup pasta sauce
- 1 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
- 1/2 cup diced pepperoni
- Dried Oregano for Seasoning
- Crushed Red Pepper Flakes for Seasoning (optional)
- Hot Sauce (Optional)
- Marinara Sauce for Dipping (Optional)
1.Prepare the fries according to the package directions. Remove them from the oven. Pour the pasta sauce over the fries.
2.Top with the cheese, pepperoni, and a few dashes of oregano.
3.Bake for 5 minutes or until the cheese is melted.
4. Top with several shakes of red pepper flakes or hot sauce, if desired, or fork and dip pizza fries into marinara sauce.
I love ketchup on french fries and on meatloaf, but it’s hard to find other applications on which I can put plain ol’ tomato ketchup on and not have it taste “off”. But if you get a flavored ketchup, and then it opens bold new dimensions for this popular condiment.
Below is an infographic I found on Reddit on different recipes for ketchup variations – Kickass Ketchups! Indian Spice Ketchup? Bloody Mary Ketchup? Chipotle Lime Ketchup? I cannot wait to play around with these ketchup recipe combinations!