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    Out of regular milk or evaporated milk? You can still make delicious and creamychocolate pudding! For the chocolate, use what you have on hand. You can use all cocoa (4 T), all unsweetened chocolate (4 oz), or substitute 1 or 2 ounces of the unsweetened chocolate with bittersweet or semisweet chips. Use coconut or almond milk to replace some or all of the water to add a subtle coconut or almond flavor.

    Recipe #500998

    I had some leftover chuck meat and wanted to make chili. It seemed a natural match. I didn't want a Texas chili because I like beans, so I melded the two types. It takes a bit longer than making it with ground beef, but the flavor is superb. This is a traditional tomato-based chili with beans and a moderate amount of meat. If you want a meat lover's chili, use 2 pounds of chuck pieces and 1 1/2 pounds ground meat. The spice-heat level in this is light to moderate to my taste buds. If you know you are sensitive to spicy foods, reduce the pepper ingredients slightly. If you know you like things spicy, double them at the least and use a particularly spicy chili powder.

    Recipe #376656

    2 Reviews |  By GFJane

    Connie is from Italy. Her pasta sauces are divine, but not heavily spiced or acidic like many in the US. This is subtle, with the tomatoes the shining ingredient. Because the tomatoes are front and center, use a good sauce tomato. She loves hers very sweet, using more than 1/3 c of sugar; I find I can use less and still enjoy it. Honey or agave syrup works equally well. The flavor meld together; hers reminds me of tomato soup it's so smooth.

    Recipe #375799


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