Cookout Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
Sandra Lee adaption
taken from http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Spiciest-Chili
Bobby Flay makes these outstanding burgers that are topped with two different kinds of Cheddar cheese, sweet grilled onions and a creamy horseradish dijon sauce. Great with coleslaw, chips, baked beans or pasta salads. Phase 2.
This was inspired by Rick Bayless and my dearest cook amigos. Sounds like it might taste healthy, however it is truly decadent - eaten weekly around here! Use whatever extras you have around. Julienned jicama is a delightfully sweet textural addition. Toss a tomatillo or two in the oven with your salsa ingredients for and added tang and shot of vitamins! Have fun.
Just like Tito's Tacos in LA, a little spicey, very authentic style dish.
You can sub in roasted chicken if beef is not your thing.
This dish goes great with brown rice, no fat pinto beans, light sour cream & shredded lceberg salad.
Caution: Not for the faint of heart - Medium to Hot flavor
Also - Use Caution while handling Chilis WASH HANDS THROUGHLY before touching face
Martha Stewart recipe
A warming meal without all of the fat and calories
This is an awesome southern dish. Its really easy to tweak to your taste, by adding or subtracting simple ingredients, and also I suggest you adjust the heat level if you aren't into spicy food. You can also add chicken, or make this without the shrimp. High in protein & Carbs and low in fat. This is a whole meal in one, no need for any sides! Also great as leftovers!Submitted by LABELLASOUL
Recipe is from a blog here:
I took out the tomato sauce from this recipe, and used a whole can of the paste (6oz instead of 3oz) as I could not find a 3oz can.
This is the only way that my husband will eat lentils, and has become a staple in our home.