Texans are a proud people. We love our history. We love our flag. We love the shape of our state. And we love our food. Ok, we reeeeally love our food. With Thanksgiving close at hand, here are few delicious dishes to serve for a truly Texan Turkey Day.
This savory soup won 3rd place at the Texas State Fair, so you know it’s Texan-approved.Chili powder and pecans highlight classic Texas flavors in this seasonal soup.
Delectable Dressings (Stuffing)The debate across Texas rages on about which is the proper term—stuffing or dressing—but everyone will agree this recipe is amazing.
Pecan is the Texas state tree, and Texas produces the most native pecans in the US. Make this pecan dressing, and serve up a big taste of Texas.
Sensational SidesTamales are a holiday staple in Texas. Pair them with pecans, and you’ve gone Super Texan.
For Texans who love a little spice, these kicked up green beans with poblano peppers will hit the spot on Thanksgiving.
If it’s good enough for the Texas State Fair, it’s good enough for any Texan. Along with this delicious recipe, you’ll find other Texas State Fair Thanksgiving recipe submissions.
Tasty Texan TurkeysDeep fried, plus Cajun? East Texans will agree: This is the right way to cook a Thanksgiving turkey.
Name a Texan who doesn’t like barbecue. You can’t. Your guests will love this smoky take on Thanksgiving turkey.
The more poblanos the better, right? This flavor-filled turkey will be a hit on any Texan’s Thanksgiving dinner table.
Delightful DessertsWhiskey and pecans. Enough said.
Texans love their buttermilk pie, and will go even crazier for this pumpkiny version.
Nope. It’s not German. The very first German chocolate cake recipe ran in the Dallas Morning News in 1957. Serve up a slice of Texas history this Thanksgiving with a tasty German chocolate cake.
Power of Texas wishes our fellow Texans a happy Thanksgiving!
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