Recipe for Crockpot Black Bean Chili with Lime and Cilantro. (This Black Bean Chili with Lime and Cilantro that can be made in a slow cooker or on the stove is today's pick for the month of Daily Phase One Recipes.
I've have a very hard time choosing just one favorite chili recipe, but this is definitely on my list of faves. You can see all the recipes from the month by clicking Daily Phase One Recipes. Check after the recipe for Phase One Flashbacks from this day in 2012 and 2013.) One thing that can be frustrating about food blogging is that the greatest recipe in the world won't get much attention if the photo is bad, so I was happy to finally take new photos for this favorite slow cooker chili with lime and cilantro. The ultra flavorful chili includes a can of refried pinto beans as part of the base, which makes it extra thick, and I've been enjoying this the last few days with a dollop of low-fat sour cream on top. Start with two finely chopped onions which get sauteed in olive oil until they are nicely browned.
Equipment: Instructions: Crockpot Chicken and Butternut Squash Stew. I love fall colors and flavors.
There’s something about the warm colors of the trees and food around this time that is so comforting. One of my favorite foods in the fall is squash. I love all squash, whether it be pumpkin or anything other type. I’m so glad that Gary likes it as well, so it’s not hard to convince him to eat recipes using squash or pumpkin. When I first showed him this recipe, he thought it would be a winner. The original recipe called for using beef stew meat, but neither of us are big red meat eaters, so I used chicken instead. Crockpot Chicken and Butternut Squash Stew adapted from: about.com printable recipe directions: Peel and halve the butternut squash.
Add tomatoes, Worcestershire sauce, thyme and oregano. Cover and cook on low for 6-7 hours, or until vegetables are tender and chicken is cooked through. Serve over rice or eat as is. Turkey Lentil Stew. This hearty Crockpot stew recipe came to me as I walked by the roasted chickens at the market.
You’re thinking… ‘chicken… I thought you said TURKEY lentil stew… ?’. You’re correct! I glanced at all the roasted chickens and spotted some turkey breasts sitting toward the back of the shelf. For dinner tonight, I had originally planned to make a vegetable lentil stew, but now knew that I needed to try to incorporate some roasted turkey breast with the idea that I would use this recipe after Thanksgiving with the leftovers. I use bay leaves here, but if you don’t have any I think it would still taste fabulous.
What You Need: What To Do: Combine all ingredients in a large Crockpot and set to low for 6 hours. This stew serves a crowd. Bon Appétit! **Cook’s Note: If you don’t have a Crockpot… Heat 1 Tbs. olive oil in a large heavy bottomed soup pot. An autumn dinner. Crockpot Beef Stew Recipe. I married a meat and potatoes guy.
Which is kind of crazy because when we met and were married he was a vegetarian, he had been for 5 years until on our honeymoon in Hawaii when he had a bite of fish. And even then he didn’t come home & dive into meat. But deep down lurking beneath the surface was a meat eater. That doesn’t mean he still doesn’t enjoy a meat-less meal or that we don’t make meat-less meals as a regular part of our life, the deliciously simple dish of Mujadara or Spinach pie shows otherwise.
However, he does like a hearty beef stew with all it’s fine fixins. What You Need: 1.5 lb Beef Stew Meat 1/4–1/2 Cup Flour 2 Cloves Garlic (minced) 1/2 Teaspoon Salt 1/2 Teaspoon Pepper 1 Teaspoon Paprika 2 Bay Leaves 2 Teaspoons Worcestershire Sauce 1/2 Cup Red Wine 2 Cups Beef Broth 2 Large Russet Potatoes (cubed) 1 yellow onion (finely diced) 5 Carrots (cubed) How to Put it Together: Place meat in a large plastic bag.
Taco Soup for the Crockpot Recipe. Taco Soup is my favorite soup recipe and one of my absolute favorite crockpot recipes!
Whenever a friend has a baby or is in the hospital we deliver this for the family. It freezes so well that I’ve eaten it six months after making a batch. This taco soup recipe is so cheap to make that even a family surviving on food stamps can afford it. Wondering what food stamps have to do with it? Read on! Food stamps are keeping thousands of families in the US from starvation.
Eric and I qualify for food stamps, we’ve gotten several mailings letting us know that and inviting us to apply for food stamps.