Every year in my area there is a city wide chili cookoff. My group has won 3 years in a row. This is my recipe (although I have scaled it down, we usually buy 30 lbs hamburger). It is hearty and easy, even my kids will eat it. I add fresh mushrooms to mine at home and add a bit more spice. If you can don't skimp on the ground sirloin, it is so much better than the cheaper stuff.
I got this from a lady who was a native of the island of Abaco in the Bahamas, she was the best cook on the island. It is better after it sits for a day or so. I use low fat mayo, but it's really good with the real deal. I'm unsure of how much this actually makes, so the serving number is just a guess, but it makes alot.
I have searched all over for a GREAT white chili recipe, I finally found one. This is SUPER easy and pretty quick. As with all chili, increase or decrease the spices to suit you. I add extra cumin and cilantro because I love them both so much.
After trying several recipes and even the frozen stuff from Boston Market(YUCK!!!) I decided to "invent" my own. The amounts of ingredients are all guesstimates. So please feel free to adjust to your personal liking.
Super easy chicken. I serve with yellow saffron rice and a salad. The ingredients sound gross together but they are so good. I have used creamy french, zesty french, catalina and russian dressings. i usually just get the cheapest I can find ;)
Easy "salad" that I eat almost every day in the summer. I don't really measure, It' all guestimates. This needs to be eaten pretty soon after prep, or the cukes start to "weep" and the dressing gets kind of weird looking.
I recently found this in a magazine, can't remember which one, I tried it tonight and it was surprisingly tasty. It is SUPER easy, which makes it even better. I added some horseradish and a dash of hot sauce.