Tex-Mex

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Tex-Mex cuisine (from Texan and Mexican) is an American regional cuisine that comes from the food creations of the Tejano people of Texas.

It has spread from border states such as Texas and others in the Southwestern United States to the rest of the country as well as Canada.

Tex-Mex is most popular in Texas.[1][2][3]

References[change | change source]

  1. Walsh, Robb. The Tex-Mex Cookbook (XVI ed.). New York: Broadway Books.
  2. Feniger, Susan; Siegel, Helene; Miliken, Mary Sue (2002). Mexican Cooking for Dummies. Scranton: Courage Books.
  3. Martinez, Etienne. "Mexicans in the U.S.A: Mexican-American / Tex-Mex Cousine". Lightmillennium.org. Retrieved 14 October 2017.