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Recipe of a traditional Turkish stew, normally cooked with meat, but also very delicious without meat as a vegetarian dish. My family likes the stew a lot even we are not vegetarians. I like to prepare it because the incrediants go into the stew one after the other and there is time to still cut some vegetable while others are already cooking in the put.
This easy bean soup pairs well with cornbread and barbecue as a side dish. Our family has several barbecue specialists so get-togethers often need side dishes that pair well with brisket, chicken or pulled pork. This soup is a hit - both the tequila version and the version with lime juice replacing the tequila. The soup is so simple to make it can be assembled at the gathering while people are arriving, hugging, talking and the dogs are barking and ...
My famous chili recipe that everyone loves and begs me to make. It's the best comfort food and very easy to make. The secret ingredient is Rotel which can be found in most supermarkets. You can make it as spicy or mild as you prefer.
Rabbit Chow Chili is a vague, throw-whatever-in-a-pot kind of recipe that I created after becoming a vegetarian. I had just come home for winter break from Columbus College of Art and Design, and my family was having chili (which I couldn't eat) so I made my own. I might get teased for eating rabbit food, but everyone agrees that my chili is worth chowing down on!
An easy recipe, resulting in a warm belly. Chili flakes not your fave? Omit them! Go ahead, substitute spinach for kale. Use gluten free pasta, if you like. Mix and match your veggies for a quick and delicious dinner. Mmmmm.... soup.
Pasta in a garlicy-spicy-creamy sauce - just the thing to warm us up on a cold rainy Pacific Northwest evening. When we pick out a movie, put on our pajamas and cuddle along with the dog (and cat) on our couch, well, life doesn't get much better! Here's another favorite easy-quick-fix family recipe. And while we're confessing about indulgences: sometimes instead of a 4 oz can we'll put in a whole 8 oz can of roasted chilies! We serve this in large mugs with handles for easy eating during the movie.