Let's face it. Summer is a time for fun, and some parents don't want to stay in a hot house all day and cook, while some just don't have the time or energy. This is the kind of meal that you just pop in the slow cooker and do whatever you and your family have to do for 6-8 hours. Then just put it in some lettuce wraps and eat! It's easy, fuss-free, and I think it tastes great.
Very tender and out of this world.
This recipe will fill you up on game day and is a crowd pleaser for potlucks, using hamburger, Tater Tots(R) and cream of mushroom soup. Serve with warm rolls if desired.
Growing up in Boy Scouts you learn all kinds of different ways to cook. This started out as my scoutmaster's Dutch oven chili. Now that I'm grown up, I've adjusted the recipe to my own tastes. This is a great one for that slow cooker, Dutch oven, or even a pot on the stove. You might want to put a warning sticker on this one, it's spicy!
Nice hearty crock pot chili recipe with a hint of salsa. My family loves it - just the right heat and spice level that even the kids will devour it. Serve with corn chips and corn bread if you like. This is not an overly hot chili recipe I usually use Medium salsa and 1 can of mild and 1 can of hot chilies. Just the right amount of heat and spice so can be enjoyed by all.
A great heart, 4-bean chili recipe, with loads of flavor and texture that'll satify any hunger. This will be your favorite chili! Does not use pork n beans, actually has a better flavor with this 4-bean recipe. You can add additional measures of seasonings and sauces listed in the ingredients to preferred enhanced taste. The base ingredients will guaranteed a great flavored bean/chili.
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.
Serve this chili with Mexican blended cheese, sour cream, tortilla chips and hot sauce. When ready to eat, mix the cheese into the chili in your bowl, put a dollop of sour cream on top and dabble the hot sauce sauce to taste - I personally like Cholula(R). It is great to use the chips to eat with until you get towards the bottom of the bowl.
A thick, filling chili that's a little bit leaner thanks to ground turkey. With all the big spices in this dish, you may not notice the difference.
A flavorful, spicy bowl of hot turkey chili. You open cans and do a little cooking, but the slow cooker does most of the work. Inspired by MarshMan's "MarshMan's Lean Crock Pot Chili"
Great turkey chili that takes only a few minutes to prepare; then cooks all day while you're at work or watching several football games.
You'll love the mix of flavors and spices in this simple slow cooker turkey chili. Inspired by Uncle Buck's "Uncle Buck's Crockpot Smokehouse Chili"
Simple, tender beans from scratch. Start these the night before you want to serve or early in the morning. Adapted from the 1910 Manual for Army Cooks.
Big chunks of beef will fill you up. But you want more: The taste of chipotle peppers for fantastic, smoky flavor.
You'll put a big dent in the pantry with this simple slow cooker chili. Use up your stray cans of beans, corn, and tomatoes to make yourself a hearty meal.
A packet of ranch dressing adds sneaky flavor to this chili. If you want more spice, add more jalapenos.
Is your spice rack ready for this workout? Your taste buds sure will be. Eight spices make this slow cooker chili a man's favorite. Inspired by JOHNANGUSHIGGINS's "Beany Turkey Chili."
The more ingredients the better? Can't hurt, right? If you can assemble it, you'll have a mix of flavors like you've never had before. Inspired by Danny Jaye's "Best Damn Chili."
A very simple chili that gets a down-home finish from cornmeal. Inspired by Iron Skillet's "Camp Meat Chili."
No lack of flavor here. This chili has plenty of spices and herbs, and they'll all bubble away, flavoring chunks of meat while you work (or just nap in the yard). Inspired by jburdette's "Chili Con Carne."