What to eat at the State Fair of Texas might not be something that you think about when you’re planning your visit, but it should be. Some of the vendors have been serving food at the fair for decades! With the fair currently in full swing in Dallas, Texas, I’m going to give you the low-down on what to eat at the State Fair of Texas.
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No trip to the State Fair of Texas would be complete without a Fletcher’s Corny Dog. Fletcher’s serves up regular corn dogs, jalapeño and cheese stuffed corn dogs, turkey dogs, and even a veggie dog! All fried to perfection with their famous batter.
A State Fair of Texas staple for over four decades, you can’t visit the fair and not indulge in a Fernie’s funnel cake. Add some strawberries and whipped cream on top for the perfect fair treat!
RUTH’S STUFFED FRIED TACO CONE
Winner of the 2019 Best Taste – Savory Big Tex Award, this stuffed taco cone is filled to the brim with slow-cooked barbacoa, rice, and black beans. All topped to perfection with pico de gallo, queso fresco, and salsa verde. It’ll have you wanting to come back for more.
FRIED CHICKEN FETTUCCINE ALFREDO BALL
Just as described, a fried ball of chicken fettuccine alfredo topped with alfredo sauce, parmesan cheese, and fresh parsley. This delightful concoction comes with a side of asparagus and a slice of a garlic parmesan baguette.
CAJUN CRAB BOMBS
Are you noticing a trend here? You can pretty much get anything and everything fried at the State Fair of Texas and that includes crab. The crab bombs reminded me of a crab cake meets a hushpuppy, and they were worth every penny. Perfectly seasoned and the remoulade sauce for dipping was to die for.
Have you ever been to the State Fair of Texas? What are some of your favorite things to eat? Leave me a comment below so I can check out your recommendations!
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