Tex-Mex dishes are some of the best things to eat in Texas, particularly in San Antonio. For centuries San Antonio has perfectly blended authentic Mexican and Texan influences to create a genre of its own. Smothered enchiladas and spicy tortilla soup are best enjoyed close to the border, and chimichangas are rumored to have been invented in Texas.
When you think of what sort of food Tex-Mex is, you think beef, spicy and cheesy! These are staples of the classic dishes you’ll find in South Texas. This cuisine is also super easy to make at home.
We’re sharing some of the best classic Tex-Mex dishes. These recipes aren’t just any recipes either, as they have been created by the world’s top food bloggers. The best of the best. Make sure check out the other great dishes on their sites too.
The Best Tex-Mex Dishes
Steak Fajitas are a Tex-Mex restaurant staple. Made with juicy grilled meat, charred peppers and onions, and served with warm tortillas.
Recipe created by Kay.
These Blackened Chicken Quesadillas are spicy, smoky, oozy, and simple. Once you learn the recipe once you will be making it on a regular basis.
Recipe created by Megan.
Mexican Taco Breakfast Burrito will brighten up the start of your day! Perfectly zesty and hearty, this filling dish is packed with Tex-Mex flavours.
Recipe created by Catalina.
These BBQ Black Bean Taquitos are filled with barbecue seasoned black beans and lots of melty cheese, then topped with barbecue sauce and coleslaw.
Recipe created by Jeni.
The recipe is loaded with nutritious plant-based ingredients like quinoa, black beans, sweet potato and squash. Bold flavour comes from a homemade enchilada sauce that makes this dish.
Recipe created by Elaine.
Mexican scrambled eggs with onions, peppers, tomatoes and chili are served with a side salad of creamy avocado, radish and coriander. This dish is the epitome of delicious and nutritious.
Recipe created by Irena.
This is a classic stew that has a wonderful Tex-Mex twist to it, with a lively kick and lots of variations you can add, depending on what ingredients you have to hand.
Recipe created by Melissa.