This week on Texas Eats, David Elder takes us to a Filipino restaurant in the Alamo City serving delicious and modern takes on Filipino classics.
He talks with the owner, Camille De Los Reyes, about Filipino culture and what has inspired her dishes.
After that, David heads to Los Gallos in New Braunfels for some gigantic tacos.
Next, David is heating things up in the Texas Eats Outdoor Kitchen with a ribeye slider recipe using Shiner Beer caramelized onions.
Then, David takes us to East Texas to sample birria, tortas, and street tacos at one of Houston’s best taco shops, Tacos Doña Lena.
David then samples some of the most colorful and creative Mexican dishes in the Alamo City at Los Azuelejos.
Next up, David takes us to the North Side of San Antonio for some delicious and healthy juices and acai bowls.
David wraps things up in the Hill Country with some Korean-inspired Texas BBQ at Eaker BBQ.
You don’t want to miss this delicious episode of Texas Eats!
Ribeye Sliders with Shiner Onions
1 lb. sliced ribeye
1 package sweet Hawaiian roll
1 lb. sliced provolone cheese
2 tbsp oil
2 Yellow onions
1 bottle Shiner Bock beer
1 cup whipped butter
½ cup brown sugar
Salt & Pepper
Heat 2 cast iron skillets over medium-high heat and add 1 tbsp of oil to each.
Slice onions into large slices.
Add whipped butter, sliced onions, and brown sugar to a skillet. Stir to combine.
Cook onions over medium heat, occasionally stirring, until onions have caramelized and moisture has reduced.
Deglaze skillet with Shiner Bock beer and stir.
Add salt & pepper to taste.
Add sliced ribeye into the second skillet and allow to sear on one side before stirring.
Cook ribeye to medium doneness and add salt & pepper to taste.
Cut tops off Hawaiian rolls, layer provolone cheese, ribeye, and caramelized onions, and place tops back on.
In a bowl, combine whipped butter and chimichurri seasoning.
Brush tops of Hawaiian rolls with butter mixture and return to the grill heated to 350°.
Sliders are ready to remove from the grill once the cheese has become melted.
Enjoy with a cold Shiner beer!
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