It’s rare not to see flan, sopapillas (puffy pillows of friend flour tortillas drizzled with cinnamon and honey), and pecan pralines on Tex-Mex restaurant menus. There’s only one authentic style of Texas praline. It must be relatively flat, hard to the touch, and offer both a creamy and crispy sugar texture as it melt away on your palate. If you find someone peddling the chewy kind somewhere, it’s not the authentic Texas thing.
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