Spice up your ground beef with these Red Chile Skillet Enchiladas! The scratch-made red chile enchilada sauce is packed full of flavor and topped off with sharp cheddar cheese and a kiss of smoke from the grill.
The instant pot is the easiest way to cook this less-than-conventional cut of beef and Chef Britt pressure-cooks it in a flavorful braise, slices it up, and sears it hot! She also shows you her easiest recipe for charred salsa verde!
Fire up the grill, it’s time to fry up some fish tacos! That’s right, forget about making a greasy mess of your kitchen, take the frying outside. These Beer Battered Fish Tacos with Hatch Chile Slaw are everything you want out of a late summer meal!
Every Fall we just can’t wait for the weather to cool off so we can whip up a batch of Chili Blanco. Creamy and savory with a touch of char from the grill, this White Chili with Chicken is a recipe we can’t get enough of!
Barbacoa is a meat that many of us here in the U.S. have come to know as shredded beef. Depending on the geographic location it could refer to whole heads of cows (or cheeks), even sheep or goat meat, often cooked over an open fire, but more traditionally wrapped in leaves and cooked in a pit, dug in the ground. The interpretation is loose, today. Often barbacoa is cooked over an open fire, braised or even steamed. Whatever the cooking method or meat, one thing you want to look for is a cut of meat with a high fat content, which makes beef short ribs perfect for this Beef Short Rib Barbacoa.
We’re taking it over the top today with a mind-blowing Quesadilla Burger featuring two caramelized onion quesadillas for buns, a half chorizo, half beef burger patty, tons of fresh veggies and the star of the show… fried hatch chile rings!