This easy, spicy pork recipe is very delicious and very filling as well!
I have taken many chili recipes and played with them over time and have come with this one that everyone loves. Optional suggestion: Serve over Fritos and top with Cheddar cheese.
A huge stew. Only advised for those with huge appetites and large amounts of work to do, such as hauling or lifting.
If you have time, the right tools and supplies, you can make anything. A bookcase, a crib, or even fresh sausage.
This is my version of the Bacon Explosion. There are many versions on the web whether it's called a pork fatty, bacon bomb, etc.... No matter how you slice it, it's an insane barbecue flavor in an artery clogging roll. If you have a smoker, you have to try this one. Remember, moderation is the key when eating a bacon explosion. Enjoy.
Another way to use up that leftover meat is to make a soup out of it. But why be boring about it? Add some spicy Mexican chorizo to it and you've got a really great soup! It's really easy and quick to make and warms you up nicely! Note that you can use meat, shrimp or both along with the chorizo in this soup. (PS: You can also make this in your slow cooker. See the "Alternate Method" below for the directions!)
This recipe has a little bit of a kick to it and very tasty straight from my kitchen in Las Vegas. Enjoy!
This is a seasoned fresh-ground pork burger topped with traditional German ingredients along with items from a Cuban sandwich. It is put on a freshly toasted pretzel roll.
Save a cup of today's coffee as part of the ingredients for tomorrow's chili. Coffee is just one of a team of spice that make this meaty chili so good. Inspired by jon cline from vegas' "AAA Jonny's Trailer Trash Chili."
Make this Quebecois food tradition your own. Known as tourtieres by the French Canadian families who make them, these hearty, flavorful pies packed with three types of meat and tasty traditional spices.
Way better than Hamburger Helper!
Back to basics here: Just pasta with your favorite Italian sausage. Hearty, quick, and a good intro for beginning cooks.
Delicious bacon makes for a salty, savory, crunchy pasta meal that's simple enough for beginning cooks.
Pile a simple tomato sauce full of your favorite Italian sausage over this round spaghetti-like pasta.
You could eat this hearty tomato sauce all by itself, but why not take a few minutes to cook up some angel hair pasta (a.k.a.) capellini to fill out the meal.
Nothing complicated. Just a simple tomato sauce for beginners pumped up with Italian sausage.
This thick pasta deserves a thick, hearty complement. Try this simple, quick-cooking tomato sauce.
Crumbled sausage goes into hearty tomato sauce. Serve, then serve again, because people will want seconds.
Even a beginning cook can eat hearty with this simple, meaty sauce.
As simple as stirring, chopping, and turning a few dials. You'll have a hearty meal in less than an hour.