In recent years, the Coachello festival has become the go-to destination for festival goers from coast to coast, offering the perfect opportunity to taste the latest in cuisines and dining options.
We asked festivalgoers to tell us their favorite spots for a taste of Coachellas cuisine.
For this year’s festival, a lot of restaurants and festivals have expanded their offerings to include specialty offerings.
One of the big things to look out for is the addition of specialty dishes, like a chicken tikka masala and a steak tartare, that are often not available in other festivals.
While many of the dishes can be found at most other festivals, they often require a bit more preparation time.
We wanted to find out what some of the more unique offerings are.
Here are some tips on where to find your favorite steak, steak tartares, and more at Coaches’ Choice Festivals in 2018.1.
The Coachelleras Chicken Tikka MasalaThis year, the chicken tikkas will be served at the festival in honor of the Festival of the Americas in 2019.
While the traditional dish of tikkas can be served with chicken, beef, or lamb, this year the dish is served with the two meats together.
The chicken tika masala is a classic that is usually served on the side of the feast and paired with some grilled rice or green beans.
The sauce is served atop the tikkakas, which are served with rice, rice and bean paste.
This dish is one of the most popular at CoCoFests, but it’s easy to make your own if you have access to a blender.
You can make a full-size tikkalata using only a handful of ingredients, such as a pinch of garlic and a few sprigs of thyme.
For a more flavorful dish, try making a sauce with a bit of cumin and a pinch or two of oregano, salt, and pepper.2.
The Black Sheep SteakFestive steak is one popular dish at CoFests that you may want to try before making your own.
The black sheep steak is a traditional dish served at CoCOFests and often serves as the main course.
This is a delicious meat with plenty of tenderness and juicy meat that can be cooked to perfection.
Try adding a few teaspoons of smoked paprika and garlic powder, a touch of lemon juice, or even a pinch to the marinade.
The steak can be easily marinated in a few minutes, though, so make sure to add plenty of salt and pepper before serving.3.
The Frito Lay BurgerFestive burger is a staple at CoMix Festivals.
It’s served with fried rice and some avocado or guacamole, with a side of avocado and guac.
This can be made in a bun or with a grilled cheese sandwich on a roll.
A traditional burger is made with ground beef, but you can also use chicken, pork, or beef jerky.
You may also want to add lettuce and a drizzle of mayo to make a hearty dish.4.
The Sirloin SteakA classic at CoCos, the Sirloins are a traditional steak served on a bed of lettuce and tomato.
This steak is often topped with avocado, avocado slices, avocado sauce, or a spicy mayo-based sauce.
For an easy, no-fuss dish, you can make it by cutting a thin strip of steak in half, but the cuts are usually a bit smaller than a typical Sirlon.
You will want to keep it thin and light, which is best done by marinating it in a little olive oil or garlic butter before serving it.5.
The Sweet Potato and Feta FestivalBeef lovers will love these two delicious stews.
The sweet potato and feta are traditionally made in an oven and are often served with mashed potatoes or other veggies on top of the steak.
For those of you who like to add a bit to the dish, we recommend adding some fresh parsley and oreganos.
This version is a little heavier than traditional, but if you can, make sure it’s cooked down to a consistency similar to mashed potatoes.6.
The Fried ChickenStir fries are an easy and healthy alternative to the traditional fried chicken.
These fried chicken sandwiches are made with a mixture of seasoned chicken, onions, and potatoes, and can be fried or grilled on the grill.
We love that they are made from scratch and can easily be made at home, too.
This meal is also a good way to incorporate a little citrus or mint into the mix, too!7.
The Steak TartareThe classic steak tartar is a dish served on both sides of a steak.
While it’s not usually served with a fried egg, you may enjoy a grilled version