Roadside Gourmet: K-Wheelz


Dallas, Texas

What to Order: Challah Dog, Burrito Schmurito

Tex-Mex’s focus on meat, beans and cheese makes finding a kosher take on the cuisine challenging. But Dallas’s lone kosher food truck, K-Wheelz, offers kosher Texans a taste of the local cuisine. Their specialty burritos, aptly dubbed Burrito Schmuritos, are filled with beans, blackened chicken or savory beef — and topped with a pile of dairy-free cheese. Other fare includes Asian sea bass cakes and the Challah Dog, a plump kosher hot dog served on a pillow of fresh challah bread.

Check out our round up of Jewish and Kosher food trucks from around North America.

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