If we all make this New Year's dish, maybe things will get better soon. It's worth a shot!
The smoky, citrusy soup is the perfect way to use up leftover Thanksgiving turkey, and it includes a stock recipe you'll be using all year long.
Yes, this is as good as it sounds. The secret, Tex-ifying ingredient? Spicy sausage!
Shiner, jalapeños, fish sauce, and sweet onion put a Texas stamp on this easy, comforting dish.
It's easier than you think—just leave the peels on for natural thickening when using those Texas peaches.
You won't get leftovers fatigue from this dish, which works as a taco or enchilada filling, in a soup, or over rice.
Re-create some Tex-Mex restaurant magic in your kitchen.
When you're busy (or have a hangover), use your cooker to quickly make a flavorful stock for this beloved Mexican stew.
Everyone seems to have different tastes for what works best in this classic dish.
Get the roux you want in a shorter amount of time by living dangerously with the "burn" notice on your appliance.
Celebrate this holiday season with the one thing that brings all communities together—food. From the history of tamales at Christmas, to the perfect wine to pair with each dish, to a bevy of Instant Pot recipes and a Christmas tree made of best wurst, this holiday collection from Texas Monthly and our partner H-E-B is sure to inspire. Happy holidays!
No matter which version you choose—margarita, chipotle, or grapefruit—it's delightfully easy to make.
The quickest of comfort foods is the perfect dish for chillier weather.
This easy-to-make recipe combines two of our favorite snacks into one heavenly tailgate or party dish.
Celebrate the start of football season and the last weeks of Hatch chile season with this easy-to-make crowd-pleaser.
As always, bacon makes everything better, even this classic go-to for parties and cookouts.
Just four minutes of pressure-cooking brings out the flavor of these summer-ripe vegetables.
It requires some advanced skills to create, but the delicious caramel sauce sets this dessert apart and makes the effort worth it.
Two Texas favorites combine for a unique barbecue sauce to slather on your meat.
Orange slices make the difference in cooking this sweet, meaty taco filling.
Put those different settings to work to make a smooth, flavorful bowl of the unofficial comfort (and party!) food of Texas.
Put that popular Christmas present to good use by making a comforting Bowl of Red. (By all means, ignore the Beans/Chili setting.)