Do you often think about your grandmother when you eat something exceptionally delicious? Perhaps it’s an apple pie that makes you long for one made by her? Or maybe a creamy casserole that no one has ever come close to replicating? We’ve all been there.
While we know nothing can ever compare to the delicious treats your grandma used to make, here are a few recipes that may be a close second.
Tex-Mex beef fajitas
Recreate those eventful Sunday fajita afternoons you spent with your grandmother and your siblings.
These Tex-Mex beef fajitas feature a sizzling skillet of fajita meat in a bowl of fresh vegetables and spices. Enjoy the juicy, tender, and smoky dish by preparing it at home using skirt-steak, cumin, vegetable oil, crushed and chopped garlic, onions, brown sugar, fresh lime juice, and onions.
Add a little bit of tequila to the mix and think of the gold old days when things were a whole lot easier.
Grilled Piri Piri chicken
Don’t you miss that tantalizing balance of sweet and spicy flavors in your grandma’s famous grilled chicken?
This dish will take you on a similar adventure of flavors like never before! The sweet and spicy rollercoaster ride coupled with the savory vegetables served on the side makes this dish an absolute family favorite!
To make this dish, you need chicken, shallots, garlic, red bell peppers, chili peppers, paprika, oregano, lime juice, black pepper, brown sugar, salt, and cilantro for seasoning. Serve it hot with a side of fresh vegetables or rice and revel in old memories.
Who doesn’t love a rich and flavorful dish with succulent shrimp and juicy chicken?
Make it just like grandma did with the help of chicken, shrimps, garlic, Cajun seasoning, thyme, corn, white wine, smoked sausages, chopped onion, celery, garlic, salt, and pepper!
This bowl of nutritional goodness is the perfect dish for any Saturday night. Allow this comforting bowl of love to remind you of the amazing days you spent with your family as a young kid.
Tres leche cake
Grandma’s desserts were the best part about any weekend, wouldn’t you agree?
Try to replicate her fluffy cakes by trying out the recipe for this creamy and sweet tres leche cake. One bowl of this sweet mixture of three different kinds of milk topped with vanilla and whipped cream is enough to give you a food orgasm.
You can make this airy sponge cake using unsalted butter, all-purpose flour, baking water, eggs, whole milk, condensed milk, evaporated milk, and pure vanilla extract.
Top the slice of cake with meringue, sit back and enjoy this decadent treat!
We bet you’re salivating by now! Make your grandma proud by replicating her dishes by using the recipes available at Eats By The Beach.
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