It was Spanish and Mexican immigrants who introduced Tex-Mex cooking to Texas. It’s neither true Mexican or Texan, but a delicious fusion of both. This Tex-Mex Cookbook is filled with your traditional favorites. Preparing them from scratch makes them so much tastier than the Tex-Mex foods you may be used getting in restaurants and fast food places. And they’re easy to prepare.The basis of Tex-Mex cooking is chilis, which are grown in abundance in the region, along with cumin and chili pepper. Tex-Mex dishes are definitely hot and flavorful. From breakfast burritos much tastier than the ones you’re used to picking up for breakfast to sweet flan and cakes, Tex-Mex cuisine has it all. Enjoy the tacos, enchiladas and true Tex-Mex chili con carne that pack an abundance of flavor. Of course, corn has been cultivated in Mexico for thousands of years and is an important ingredient in Tex-Mex dishes, from corn pancakes to the best nachos you’ve ever tasted.While Tex-Mex dishes tend to be spicy, you can always adjust the seasoning to your own tastes. Instead of greasy take-out, enjoy the real and healthy Tex-Mex recipes in this Tex-Mex Cookbook.