This Saturday we had our family over for lunch following William's baptism. The baptism service was very nice, and it was wonderful to get together to celebrate as a family. For lunch we made this Turkey Chili Taco Soup, and it was a huge hit. Most everyone asked for the recipe, and here it is!
When I say “we” made this soup, I really mean Brad. Having a lunch party at our house on Saturday isn't easy when we both work Fridays because there is not much time to prepare. I did my best to clean the house earlier in the week, and then Friday night after the kids went to bed there were only a few last minute things we needed to do. I worked on picking up the house and setting the tables (with ... [Continue Reading]
Pork tenderloin is a dish that I always seem to forget about, but then when I do remember to include it in my meal plan and discover a delicious recipe like this one, I wonder how I can forget about this great protein option. This version includes a spicy rub and a sweet-spicy glaze, and it is very much a keeper.
Not only is this pork full of flavor, it is also easy enough to prepare on a weeknight. You do have to plan ahead, as it requires at least 2 hours of marinating time with the spice rub, but other than that it comes together really easily.
This meal was a big hit with the kids too- I just removed a little of the outer meat with the spice rub before serving it to them so it ... [Continue Reading]
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I love to cook. I do have a cooking blog, after all. But that doesn't mean that I don't enjoy having dinner prepared for me once in a while. With this slow cooker chili, it's almost like someone else is cooking dinner. The slow cooker works away all day and you end up with a delicious-smelling house and a delicious-tasting dinner. All you have to do is throw in a few ingredients in the morning and then let it cook away.
I've been ... [Continue Reading]
I have tried a few different chili recipes over the years and this one is by far my favorite. There's a crock pot chili that I've yet to post, this chicken chili which is delicious, but this beef-and-bean version I think is the best of them all. The chili is cooked for two hours on the stove, which makes the beef incredibly tender. A bowl of this chili has just the right balance between meat, beans, tomatoes, onions, and seasonings.
The chili is spicy, but not too spicy, which I like. I reduced the amount of chili powder called for in the original recipe because I was hoping Julia would eat this meal. (She didn't, unless you count eating the cheese and avocado off the top, along with ... [Continue Reading]
I have been wanting to make chicken chili for a while now, and I decided that my family's Halloween get together would be the perfect time to try out this recipe. I will definitely be making this again, as it was enjoyed by all. This chili does have a good amount of spice to it, so it's the perfect meal to warm you up on a cold evening. If you want less spice, you can omit the chipotle chili in adobo sauce and reduce the amount of red pepper flakes or cayenne pepper. My family enjoyed it just as it is, topped with a little cheddar cheese.
I like how this chili contains a good amount of vegetables (onion, bell peppers, and tomatoes) as well as protein from the chicken and beans. It's a ... [Continue Reading]