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How to find Mouthwatering Regional Cuisine: Southwest!

Get you kicks, and your Mexican food, on Route 66

A collaboration with Say Insurance
Written by Anthony St. Clair on October 27, 2020

Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Utah

Southwest cuisine has a myriad of regional variations (such as chile-based New Mexican), but for hearty good-for-the-soul belly-filling, there is nothing like TexMex.

TexMex is also a wide spectrum of Mexican- and American Southwest-inspired flavor, from elevated to simple. Common elements forming the foundation of many TexMex dishes include:

  • Big flour tortillas
  • Crunchy taco shells
  • Beef, pork, or both
  • Shredded cheese (and lots of it)
  • Beans
  • Chili powder
  • Cumin

Whether a sizzling, aromatic, onion-and-pepper-filled skillet of fajitas; a steaming cheesy bowl of queso; red-sauce-slathered enchiladas; or a smoky, cumin-rich dish of chimichangas or chili con carne, TexMex is the cuisine to turn to for rich, intense flavors with cheese. And lots of cheese, especially hearty cheeses such as cheddar and Monterrey Jack.

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