|What! No Chili!|
|by Karen Rumbley|
Henry finds out what it takes to run a Texas cafe when Cuisinie the Genie, a hot chili pepper, takes him on a whirlwind tour of food festivals all...
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Combine ingredients and store in container with tight-fitting lid. Use as seasoning in any chili recipe using 1 pound hamburger meat. Makes 1/3 cup mix.
Wash prawns. Cut ... remaining oil. Fry ginger, green onion, garlic and peppers. Add seasonings. Return fried prawns to pan. Mix well. Serve while hot.
Mix all ingredients. Store in small airtight container in cool dry place. Use 1 tablespoon for 3/4 pound ground beef in chili, taco's or spaghetti sauce.
Combine all ingredients. Put in tightly covered container. Yield: 2 1/4 cups.
Combine and divide into 6 packages. To use: Brown 1 pound ground meat, drain off excess fat. Sprinkle 1 package mix over meat and stir. Stir in 1 (15 ...
In a bowl ... Several batches of seasoning mix may be made at once. Measure ... enough for serving of 4, or 1 pound ground beef and 1 (15 ounce) can beans.
Heat cauliflower and ... a little. Add tomato sauce, chili seasoning, sweet gherkins. Heat until it starts to boil. Remove from heat and serve. Yummmy.
This is enough ... medium. Add the chili mix, tomatoes, and ... hour or so and then add it to the beans and let that cook for 30 minutes to 1 hour on low.
Brown 1 to ... 1 pkg of chili mix, add 2 ... hours, cook 1/2 to 1 pound of pasta of your choice until done. Drain pasta, put pasta in a bowl and add sauce.
Brown one pound ... whole). Let the chili simmer for about ... The only thing constant is change. Bottom line: have fun with it, and remember Big Daddy K!
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