Kick off the holidays with this Shiner Beef ‘Beer’ Guignon and Creamy, Cheesy Couscous recipe
The holiday season is finally here, and that means parties with friends and family! If your looking to put a twist on a classic dish, try this beef bourguignon made with Shiner Beer and creamy, cheesy couscous.
RECIPE: Chocolate bunny cookies
SAN ANTONIO – Chocolate Bunny CookiesIngredientsInstructionsIn a bowl, whisk together flour, cocoa, baking soda, and salt. Using an electric mixer, in a large bowl, beat butter and sugar on medium-low until combined, 3 minutes. Divide dough in 2 and roll each portion between 2 sheets of parchment paper to 1/4 inch thick. Line baking sheets with parchment. Place on prepared sheets and chill at least 20 minutes before baking.
According to TikTok, we’ve been flipping grilled cheese sandwiches incorrectly our entire lives
I truly cannot believe I’ve been living on this planet for almost 30 years and I’ve been flipping grilled cheese sandwiches the wrong way the entire time. Thanks to the wonderful world of TikTok, the internet just learned a foolproof way to flip a grilled cheese without making any mistakes. Granted, is it really that difficult to flip a grilled cheese? Sure, but it’s nothing that ruins the sacred experience of eating a grilled cheese with a bowl of tomato soup. So, will you try out this funky technique at flipping a grilled cheese?
Easy Christmas morning breakfast recipe to feed the family
SAN ANTONIO – Putting together a breakfast casserole for the family on Christmas morning is a custom for many. This recipe from Pioneer is simple to put together and packed with flavor. of Breakfast Sausage1 red bell pepper diced, 1 green bell pepper diced1 small onion diced8 eggs1 pkg of Pioneer Country Gravy Mix, prepared and cooled1/4 tsp. of salt1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheeseRecipe:Prepare Pioneer Country Gravy Mix as it says on the packet, once complete set-aside and allow it to cool. In a mixing bowl whisk together the cooled gravy mix with the eggs and add salt.
Benefits about winter squashes and easy ways to prepare them
Either way, these squashes are inexpensive, versatile and easier to prepare than you may think. According to Consumer Reports, squash is loaded with Vitamin A, which helps build a strong immune system and eye health, Vitamin C, blood pressure lowering potassium, and fiber. If you’re not sure how to prepare it, check out these tips. First, you’ll want to store it in a dry, cool place to extend its shelf life. Just know that you won’t get the maximum flavor as you would by roasting it.
Party appetizers with La Familia Cortez
SAN ANTONIO – You can’t have a party without tasty apps! SA Live invited La Familia Cortez over to its welcome home party, and they brought some tasty treats. Check out the video above to see how to make La Margarita’s cheesy, chorizo-filled queso appetizer, served on fluffy flour tortillas. You can find out more about La Margarita and hosting holiday parties there on the restaurant’s website. For information on La Familia Cortez family of restaurants, click here.
Try this healthier alternative to nachos
What you will need:Mini bell peppersshredded cheesecooked lean ground beef (can sub shredded chicken or ground turkey)optional: avocado, cilantro, jalapeños, chives, sour creamRecipe:Preheat oven to 350 degrees and line a sheet pan with foil. Cut mini bell peppers in half and take out the seeds. You can either lay the bell peppers in a row on a sheet pan or pile together. Put in the oven for 8 to 10 minutes or when the cheese is fully melted. You can top nachos with avocado, sour cream, cilantro, chives and jalapeño if you choose.
2 new local businesses in one space | SA Live | KSAT 12
2 new local businesses in one space | SA Live | KSAT 12Published: June 20, 2020, 9:57 amHot new place opens up by the University of Texas San Antonio. The Study Space is a fun new place to hang. They have a full coffee bar, restaurant and full bar. Don't forget about Dario's Bakery that just opened up inside. Chef Dario serves up a delicious key lime pie for summer.
12 comfort foods you should totally make this month
This is the ultimate comfort food, right? Comfort foods are all about the casseroles (if you haven’t noticed, this is the third casserole on this list), and there is nothing better than this classic tuna noodle casserole. Subs are unequivocally considered comfort food, and the granddaddy of them all has to be a meatball sub. We haven’t had any breakfast foods featured yet, but there is no denying that breakfast is comfort food. Will you be making any of these comfort foods while enjoying the rest of 2020?
‘Texas Eats’ recipe: Elevated chocolate dessert
InstructionsSAN ANTONIO – This recipe is for a 5-star chocolate dessert will wow that special someone. First, get pieces of H-E-B white and milk coating chocolate and melt them in a double boiler - a pot with boiling water and a bowl on top that prevents the chocolate from burning. Some can be dipped in the leftover coating chocolate and shave some of the white coating chocolate with a microplane tool. You just created a quick and easy dessert that deserves a spot in some of the swankiest restaurants around! For an even easier romantic dessert, use the coating chocolate in a mini Crockpot along with long skewers, fruit and marshmallows for the ultimate chocolate fondue.