This is one of the easiest and tastiest chili recipes I have ever made! With the modern addition of smoked jalapenos (chipotles), the inclusion of black beans and beer, and a stylish drizzle of lime crema, this recipe is a classic -- hot, hearty and filling. Compliments of Bon Appetit.
Really interesting sounding chili recipe from Claudia from the Simple Living message boards. She says that 1 cup = 3.5 WW points. Claudia says "* 'So Soya' ground beef comes in a box (in the the produce section of Loblaws where I am in Canada) and is a dry soy product that will absorb the moisture and flavor in a recipe and expand. You could leave this out - it wasn't in the original recipe, but I love to add it." Let me know how it turns out!
Pumpkin lends color and nutrients to this zesty and flavorful dish. This Chili Mexicana recipe can be found on VeryBestBaking.com's website and will also be included in the Zaar World Tour 2005 swap, Mexico.
A hearty, stove top, comfort food stew. Warms you from head to toe on a chilly fall or winter day. I serve this with warm bread. Mae was neighbor who was like family to us and passed away a few years ago, but passed on this wonderful recipe beforehand.
I know, I know, not another beef stew recipe. But, after reviewing 5 pages of beef stew recipes posted here, this does not appear to be a duplicate. It's our favorite. When I use my pressure cooker it's ready in less than an hour, and the flavor can't be beat. Note for the World Tour participants - stews are an English tradition, and typically include meat and root vegetables. English peas are also very common in British cookery.
I found this recipe on Epicurious, and it really caught my eye. I love the way the chipotles give the stew a light smokiness. It's almost as if it were prepared over a campfire. And of course, anything spicy is definitely good!
You will not believe the deeply satisfying flavour of this stew. This is our favourite wintry stew dish - comfort food to the max. The cooking time is more or less accurate, but it really depends on the cut of meat used - not everyone used chuck, and then, not all chuck is the same! You really have to poke and prod and taste to get it to where you want it...but that's what cooking is all about, isn't it? ;-)
Nice vegan stew made creamy by the peanut butter. I love to make this extra spicy to contrast the sweet of the peanut butter. For even more zing (and to add the health benefits) I like to add a few more minced cloves of garlic a minute or two before it's done. Changed a bit but originally from Kate's(Vegan)Cookery Site.
This is a very simple stew, made either with beef or lamb, that is very good to eat. Traditionally, it is served atop a rice ring (buttered rice that you have molded in your bundt pan to give an attractive appearance) or homemade french-fried potatoes. It is sublime served with Hunkar Begendi (recipe #95402) - a Turkish Eggplant Cream.
I always thought my grandmother's broccoli soup was the best, UNTIL I tried this one!! It's easy, and OHH SO GOOD!! You can omit the puree step if you prefer a more chunkier soup, but I find that it produces a thicker, creamier texture. I got the basic recipe for this soup from the net, but played with it for a while, and of course added more veggies and GARLIC, and altered the sp