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And if you want to get really fancy, you can make that San Antonio specialty—puffy tacos. These are made from uncooked masa dough that is pressed and then thrown into the hot oil and as they cook, they bubble up like sopapillas. These delicious puffed shells are airy, flaky and crunchy—a wonderful vehicle for your taco fillings.

And if you want to get really fancy, you can make that San Antonio specialty—puffy tacos. These are made from uncooked masa dough that is pressed and then thrown into the hot oil and as they cook, they bubble up like sopapillas. These delicious puffed shells are airy, flaky and crunchy—a wonderful vehicle for your taco fillings.

Tortilla Soup ~ BEST tortilla soup! Crispy fried strips of corn tortillas in a tomato-based Mexican soup with chicken stock, chiles, avocado, Jack cheese, cilantro and lime. ~ SimplyRecipes.com

Tortilla Soup ~ BEST tortilla soup! Crispy fried strips of corn tortillas in a tomato-based Mexican soup with chicken stock, chiles, avocado, Jack cheese, cilantro and lime. ~ SimplyRecipes.com

Fried Crispy Dogs from Homesick Texan.  I'm from Texas and have never seen this, FYI.  Would love to try with a good sausage.

Fried Crispy Dogs from Homesick Texan. I'm from Texas and have never seen this, FYI. Would love to try with a good sausage.

Crispy Parmesan Garlic Chicken with Zucchini is a fantastic one pan meal that the family will love! The chicken is so tender and breaded with an amazing parmesan garlic crust and the zucchini is sautéed in a delicious buttery parmesan garlic!

Crispy Parmesan Garlic Chicken with Zucchini

Crispy Parmesan Garlic Chicken with Zucchini is a fantastic one pan meal that the family will love! The chicken is so tender and breaded with an amazing parmesan garlic crust and the zucchini is sautéed in a delicious buttery parmesan garlic!

Chicken Gorditas {Homesick Texan}  "..you can stuff gorditas, which in Spanish translates to little fat ones, with just about anything. And in Texas, you’ll most commonly find them stuffed with meat, cheese, iceberg lettuce, and tomatoes. Basically, it’s your traditional crispy taco fillings sandwiched between a thicker, slightly crisp round shell."

Chicken Gorditas {Homesick Texan} "..you can stuff gorditas, which in Spanish translates to little fat ones, with just about anything. And in Texas, you’ll most commonly find them stuffed with meat, cheese, iceberg lettuce, and tomatoes. Basically, it’s your traditional crispy taco fillings sandwiched between a thicker, slightly crisp round shell."

How to make taco shells from tortillas! Baked (not fried!) and wider for more yummy filling!

How to make taco shells from tortillas! Baked (not fried!) and wider for more yummy filling!

One cook's "Spanish" rice is another's "Mexican." Whatever the name, the result is more or less the same: an orange pilaf-style rice flavored with onion and garlic and flecked with carrot. Tomato paste further tints this colorful companion to all things Tex-Mex.

Spanish Rice

One cook's "Spanish" rice is another's "Mexican." Whatever the name, the result is more or less the same: an orange pilaf-style rice flavored with onion and garlic and flecked with carrot. Tomato paste further tints this colorful companion to all things Tex-Mex.

Pumpkin Ravioli with Brown Butter Sauce and Pecans

Apple Cranberry Spinach Salad with Pecans, Avocados (and Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing)

Bacon, Two Ways @Dion Tiu

Add a hearty element to your brunch by pairing your favorite dishes with these savory sides. Try our 10 recipes, including brown-sugar-glazed bacon, sweet potato hash browns, chicken-and-apple sausages, and more.

Learn how to fry bacon the traditional way, or try our spatter-free oven technique.

Bacon, Two Ways @Dion Tiu Add a hearty element to your brunch by pairing your favorite dishes with these savory sides. Try our 10 recipes, including brown-sugar-glazed bacon, sweet potato hash browns, chicken-and-apple sausages, and more. Learn how to fry bacon the traditional way, or try our spatter-free oven technique.

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