Tex-Mex is the ultimate fusion food, part Texan and part Mexican, and embraces Aztec, Spanish, Native American and cowboy culinary influences.
Tortillas, refried beans, salsa, guacamole and soured cream are the mainstays of Mexican cooking. Chillies also play a big part in Tex-Mex recipes, but, depending on personal preference, you can choose to go for mild or hot varieties.
Recipes range from starters and snacks such as Chilled Avocado and Coriander Soup and Nachos to main courses such as Lone Star Chilli and Tex-Mex Seafood Stew. There is also a collection of delicious side dishes, desserts and drinks.
If you are a fan of Tex-Mex cuisine, you'll love this combination of classic and adventurous dishes.
About the Author
Jo Richardson is a formally trained Home Economist, and a consultant specialising in recipe creation and food styling. She writes regularly for Family Circle, Better Homes & Gardens and Good Taste magazine, What's Cooking and prepares food for several corporate test kitchens. Jo is the Ambassador to Kitchen Aid (Australia & New Zealand) and is a regular presenter on the Healthy Life / Gluten Free Cooking stage at the Good Food & Wine Shows around Australia. She regularly presents on television as well as live, at various 'life style' shows and events.
Format: Spiral Ringed Book
Number Of Pages: 96
Published: 1st April 2009
Publisher: Parragon Book Service Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 28.5 x 20.5 x 1.5