A simple recipe that is easily adjusted to suit your heat tolerance. The carrots are optional but when used give the sauce brilliant color and consistency. Excellent for Cayenne, Jalapeno, Habanero, Tabasco, orThai Chiles. Save your old hot sauce bottles and throw in the fridge to give away to your hot sauce loving friends! Should be stored in fridge.
A simple side dish to bring to a picnic or pot luck. This one's always a crowd pleaser and rarely do we get to bring any home with us!
We find this is best when assembled fresh. If you wish to make ahead of time and assemble later, after the beef cools place in a container. Place the veggies and cheese in a separate container and bring along a bag of Doritos and a bottle of dressing. Warm the beef and assemble the salad.
Now I take my chili seriously, but sometimes I'm in the mood for something easy and mild. This recipe of my Mother's scratches that itch for me. Serve with some fresh crusty bread and hot sauce on the side for your spicy chili lovers.
I make a double batch of this on occasion and throw it in the crock pot. If you do, just throw it in on your warm setting after cooking is complete. Enjoy!
This dish from my friend Dawn is great at breakfast, brunch, or dinner. Pairs excellent with ham, eggs benedict, or pretty much any standard breakfast food. I usually add more onion as a personal preference.
A great recipe for the football crowd, potluck, or family get-together. In lieu of broiling, I often grill the chicken for the specified broiling time to avoid clean-up and heating the house up with the broiler. Another tip, dependent upon how much chicken you intend to make, I usually make enough sauce to almost cover the meat.
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