Southwest. Tex-mex. Whatever you want to call it, it’s always delicious. Migas, if you’ve never had it before, is an egg dish centered around corn tortillas. Perfect for those leftover corn tortillas that sit in the fridge for weeks after taco night. That’s what happens at my house anyway.
This is my go-to vegetarian, cheap, and easy meal. It hits all these points while being nutritious and delicious. Also, my kids eat it without complaints and that’s always a win.
When it’s way too hot to cook and you inexplicably crave soup.. Gazpacho! When you need a fun to word to say while you’re busy chopping vegetables.. Gazpacho! It’s vegetarian, it’s cold, it’s soup, it’s.. Gazpacho!
It always sounds weird until you eat it, and trust me, it’s on it’s way to becoming a summer dinner staple. At least in my house, it is. Yes, my kids even
eat it demolish it.
This one comes from my husband, who hates (and I mean hates) the term ‘cowboy caviar’, but loves to make and eat it. I have to admit, I’m not too fond of it myself. The name, that is. But what else do you call the iconic chip dip made up of beans and corn? This recipe is a little bit pico de gallo, a little bit bean salad, but all good. And apparently cowboys think it’s something fancy.