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Was trying to find a good chili recipe and thought we should start our own little cook book .
Post your favorite foods and recipes with the rest of the forum ..

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Chili Bean Soup

1.5 lbs ground beef cooked and drained
64 oz tomato juice
2 cans light red kidney beans drained of juice
2 heavy tablespoons of chili powder
cheyen pepper to taste

any other veggies you may like can be added

combine ingredients, bring to a boil, and let simmer for 15 minutes.
when ready to serve add any additional cheyen pepper, crushed saltine crackers, sour cream, and cheddar cheese to taste.

every time it is reheated it tends to taste better each time.

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chili cheese burrito casserole

10 frozen chili cheese burritos
3 cans of favorite chili
1 large package of mexican cheese

get a casserole dish
layer the bottom with chili
lay frozen burritos on top
cover with more chili
cover with cheese
bake at 300 for about 30 minutes or until the burritos are hot in the middle

oh, and don't light a match within 300 yards of anyone who has just eaten it.

this is a college recipe, and goes good with copious amounts of beer or coke

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as for a real recipe i was dabbling with making a steak sauce on fathers day

the ingredients are inexact but you just sorta season to taste

in a sauce pan combine

1/2 to 1 cup cooking oil
half a cup of butter
1 very finely sliced clove of garlic
2 teaspoons of salt
1 teaspoon of pepper
1 tablespoon of soy sauce
1 tablespoon onion flakes
and any other assorted spices that please your nose

let simmer until garlic starts to turn brown

soak a pulverized steak (you know, pound it a little with your fists and poke it with a fork) in this stuff for a few hours

broil said steak in your oven with temperature set to "really freakin hot" on both sides for a couple of minutes, with this sauce on top

throw it on the grill till its done to your liking and pour the rest of the sauce on top while the steak is still hot

it tasted good to me.

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Here's a great slow cooker recipe if you're pressed for time at dinner.

Into a crock pot add, in this order:

2 16 oz cans of whole potatoes drained.
1 16 oz can of sliced carrots drained
1 2 to 3 pound chuck roast
1 package knorr's vegetable soup mix sprinkled over roast
cover, set cooker on low and let cook 8 hours

My wife and I have been doing this for years. The roast comes out very tender and everything is seasoned to perfection. If you like throw 2 packs of brown gravy mix in the broth left in the cooker. It will thicken almost at once.

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Lazy mans tuna noodle.

1 box Velveeta shells and cheese.
1 Can tuna
1 can Cream of mushroom soup

Directions cook Veeta, Add tuna and soup, mix like crazy. Add to bowl if desire, grab remote control and large spoon. enjoy.

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This one comes together quickly, is really tasty and doesn't require a million spices.

Mexican casserole:
1lb ground beef
1 14oz can corn and peppers
1 15oz can of kidney or black beans(your pref.)
1 pkg taco seasoning
1 med yellow onion(chopped)
1 cup crushed corn chips
1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
Brown beef, drain
Add taco seasoning, beans drained(if seasoned you can leave the sauce), corn&peppers, chopped onion. Simmer for 5-10 mins.
Place mixture in a baking dish, cover with mixture of crushed corn chips and cheddar cheese. Bake at 350 for about 10-15 minutes.
Top with salsa, sour cream, whatever floats your boat. :D

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Ron's simple roast chicken.

1 5-7 Lb whole chicken
1 head garlic
2 shallots or 1 small yellow onion
1 bunch Rosemary
Kosher salt and pepper if desired.

Preheat oven to 425

Remove and discard giblets and neck.
Rinse chicken and pat dry
Rub inside with salt and pepper
Cut garlic head in half across the top or separate cloves and lightly crush, stuff in to chicken
Cut shallots in half or onion in quarters and stuff into chicken
Stuff Rosemary into chicken.

Roast for 20 min. per pound, let rest 30 min. Slice and serve

This also works great on a rotisserie at the same time and temp.

The leftovers make a killer stuffing for chicken enchiladas.

Ron M.
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