This is a wonderful one-pan meal that you can add to in many ways. You can substitute refried beans for the meat to make it for vegetarians. You can use any type of cheese, meat, or peppers you want. That is what makes this a excellent meal. It's great the next day reheated. Serve on bed of lettuce and top with sour cream and picante sauce.
I came up with this recipe by just messing around trying to find a good recipe for chili, and so far every time I make it people line up for a bowl...hope you like it! I usually let mine cook for minimum of 10-12 hours, but i feel the longer it cooks, the more the it brings out all the flavor. This is as mild tasting chili or as hot as you want to make it. I really don't like it too hot so I find my chili to be spicy enough for chili but not so bad that I start sweating.
A simple dish that can be made from ingredients readily available in most kitchens or pantries. Good with biscuits or crunchy French bread.
An intensely spicy pizza with the distinct flavor of tacos... Without that overrated taco seasoning!
Green Chili is very popular where I live in New Mexico, you can find it in almost anything. I decided to pair up our state's famous green chili with eggs and cheese for a delicious breakfast burrito. As a nod to our neighbor state, Texas, I added jalapenos which gave the burritos a great kick. It's perfect "man" food for breakfast - it fills you up, has some heat, and doesn't take all day to prepare. Also, this breakfast is portable, wrap them tightly in foil and you are good to go!
Not just a chili. This is a feast of beans, ground turkey, sausage and even beer. Inspired by Jon's "Jon's Beer Chili"
Crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside!
Inspired by the "Meat Lover's Hot Dog" at Cincinnati's Great American Ballpark. Ultimate stadium food you can eat while watching the game at home. Just make sure you have some beer on hand.
Chili, cheese and chips on a hot dog. Better have a hardy napkin nearby too. Inspired by the new hot dog at Wrigley Field that made our best new food at the ballpark list.
A different twist, these jalapeno peppers are stuffed and wrapped in spicy sausage. If you really like it hot, add a pinch of red pepper flakes to the cheese mixture. Dip in blue cheese dressing for an added bonus!
A breakfast burrito that really deserves the name. Filled with chorizo, peppers, spices and cheese, you'll have all the energy you need for a big day of chores, exercise, or fiddling around in your workshop with the ballgame on.
A huge batch of this Cajun favorite with four types of meat: Chicken, ham, kielbasa and shrimp. The reason you make a big batch is so you won't run out. This jambalaya is so good, that could be a bad situation.
This hearty dish comes to us from Aztec times, when kings and commoners alike celebrated at ceremonies by eating a bowl.
This is a spicy chili. I add habanero pepper to spice it up even more. The time spent on this is well worth the effort. Even better the next day.
Mega-hot stuffed Peppers for only the most adventurous Party and Barbeque Guests.
Adapted from an idea from the mad cooks of the Gastonia (NC) Grizzlies baseball team. If you can, get out to Gastonia's Sims Park and try their version. It comes with a challenge: If you can eat the nachos in ten minutes, they'll pay for 'em and put your pic on a Wall of Fame.
Two of man's favorite foods join forces to make this spicy snack. Like Bacon Burgers and Bourbon BBQ Sauce, this is bound to become a classic.
A great spicy sausage meal in a rich (lowfat) Blue Cheese sauce served over pasta.
A wholesome, yet spicy Cajun rice dinner. Great for picnics and family get-togethers. Consider that the sausage, creole seasoning,low sodium broth, and canned tomatoes all contain sodium. so add any salt to taste. I use none. also, the Creole seasoning is to taste, i use Tony's(R). Finally, one teaspoon of cayenne makes this dish somewhat spicy, especially the next day. I usually add a little more. I love spicy food. Enjoy.
This just something I threw together and fine-tuned to make it a staple in my house. I have to make a lot to share with my extended family, so I had to post after all of the compliments I get for it. This recipe is hearty, filling, and pretty spicy!