Chef Simon Webster has another recipe to share with us this month on East Texas Kitchen; it’s his onion and potato knish. These are true comfort food, and can be customized with additions that you have on hand, like other vegetables, cheese, meat, or what have you.
It’s getting to be soup and stew season and Stewart Smith has the perfect recipe for you. Whether you’re craving soup or stew, this can hit both. It cooks like a soup, but keep it overnight and reheat for it to have a consistency closer to stew.
Casie Buck, who owns Oaklea Mansion Bed and Breakfast in Winnsboro, is sharing a delicious breakfast recipe that can be made in a cast iron skillet or a big Dutch oven. Perfect for fall breakfasts, and especially great over a campfire!
This is one of my favorite pastas to make because it’s so easy, only requires one pan from start to finish, and it’s incredibly delicious! It was included in Martha Stewart’s magazine in the early-2000s after a chef in southern Italy showed her food editors how to make it in his restaurant kitchen. It’s been in rotation since then with all kinds of tweaks and customizations, but Martha’s original is my favorite.
With a variety of toppings to choose from such as shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, salsa, jalapeños, cheese, avocado, sour cream, onion, and cilantro, these tacos are easily customizable to satisfy everyone’s taste buds.
In honor of Father’s Day, Mama Steph invited her friends and colleagues Anissa Centers and Kristine Guevara to share a favorite recipe or two that remind them of their own father or the father of their children, whichever the case may be. These are simple recipes that your favorite guy will enjoy on his special day... or any day.
This recipe is an easy and delicious way to cook a full meal all at once, and can be made using a campfire or the oven. The combination of juicy steak, baby yellow potatoes, and vegetables seasoned with a blend of herbs and spices makes for a satisfying and flavorful meal. Shalene McNeill shows us how.
To be or not to be...a versatile recipe. It is Shakespeare Festival time in Kilgore. So to honor the occasion, Mike Chubboy and his team at Brigitta’s Hungarian Restaurant in Kilgore are making meals that Sir William Shakespeare would have found in his local tavern.
This is a nice, light pasta meal that’s perfect to serve all year round, though it’s especially good with grilled chicken in the spring and summer. If you can’t grill, just pan fry the chicken as I show you in the video. It’s delicious either way.
Shalene McNeill joined us to show us a wonderfully simple and extremely delicious recipe for stuffed poblano peppers. They’re full of Tex-Mex flavor and can be customized to however you’d like them to taste with the ingredients you have on hand.
The recipe for these sliders will satisfy football lovers as well as people who don’t like sports at all. They’re just that delicious. Plus, you don’t have to cook anything, which is a bonus sometimes.
This dinner can truly be made in about ten minutes because it’s made with some ingredients that are either quick cooking or pre-cooked for you. This can even be done on a grill if your power is out, which we know happens from time to time with our crazy East Texas weather.
Cooler days are coming (I have to believe it, y’all. I just have to.) and this flavorful soup is so delicious that it’ll be one we’ll all be making on repeat throughout the season. Happily, it’s easy to make, too!
This red beans and rice is a family favorite that I wanted to share with you all. My dad made this for us when I was growing up, and it still reminds me of those days. It’s a great meal for chilly nights!
If you’re looking for an easy supper or brunch idea, a quiche is always a winner. This one is kicked up just a bit with jalapeno cheese and some red pepper flakes. That’ll wake those taste buds up on the weekend!
For day six, we wanted to add a new and exciting dimension, with some international holiday recipes shared by some of our friends who work with us or we have met through our stories here at KLTV and KTRE.