A smashburger with Texas red and mac & cheese
Short History: Chili originated from either southern Texas or northern Mexico. There’s a recipe from the 1850’s that talks about traditional chili ingredients being pounded together and then dried into bricks, which then could be rehydrated in boiling water for an army encampment in northern Mexico. After this. Chili became a commonly prepared dish and was usually made by working class women called “chili queens.” The San Antonio Chili Stand seem to be the ones who really popularized it for Americans – Chili con carne is now the official dish of Texas! This meal from The Vegan Taste will give you a great source of capsaicin, antioxidants, fiber, protein, and more!
Reheating Instructions: Warm the patty in a covered pan over medium. Toast the bun if you like.
“This dish caught me so off guard! It sounded like something I would hate but when I bit into the sandwich it was practically magical. An absolutely delicious and genius meal” – Ariana Ma. from Phoenix
“I adore this burger. Its full flavor made it delicious, Its spiciness made it memorable!” – Mary Lee Ma. from Glendale
“These Smashburgers are delicious no matter what version arrives on my doorstep!” – Rebecca Sp. from Phoenix