Happy Labor Day from the Texas Women Bloggers!!
My family and I rarely eat fried foods but on occasion our taste buds send a message to our bellies urging for something with a little bit of crunch. Since we had so many vegetables lying around I decided to make Texas Trash; which includes bell peppers, jalepenos, okra, and pickles.
Texas Trash is simple to make and uses ingredients that you most likely have. You can include any vegetables that you want. If I had onions, squash and zucchini I would have fried those up also.
After you wash your vegetables, cut them, slice them and take the seeds out of the jalepenos. Beat your egg in a bowl, add 1/2 cup of milk and then add your seasoning and mix. Dip the vegetables in your egg mix and then coat them in a bag of flour. Repeat this process to add extra crunch to your Texas Trash. Add your coated vegetables to hot oil and remove them when they are a beautiful brown. Place the ‘Texas Trash’ on a paper towel to soak up the excess grease.
Texas Trash is best served with cold Ranch dressing or with Campfire Sauce.
Wordless Wednesday as seen around Texas…
Photo Submitted by Busy Being Jennifer
Interested in having your Texas pictures featured in our Wordless Wednesday posts? Email us! Please size your photos to no more than 700px wide before sending. Also, photos can have people in them, but please choose photos that do not have people as the focal point. texaswomenbloggers(at)gmail(dot)com or click the link.