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This is what I've made for my family for more than 30 years.
Don't stick your nose up at the corn until you try it...I did and then I loved it.
As written, this will make a 61/2 qt pot...it's just what I do. You could easily make a smaller batch...or bigger!
Using the organic versions of the beans, tomato sauce and puree cuts the sodium. If you use regular, you'll have to add 200 mg. of sodium per CUP of chili. So the trade off is a few more cents a can vs. 200 mg of sodium per CUP. We didn't notice the difference when I made the switch.
The seasonings are all estimates. I am a "dump" cook. I just add a litle of this and a little of that until it tastes right.Submitted by GRANPATTIE
Looking for a spin on an all-time favorite to bring to the next party, or have on your next barbeque sandwich? This recipe can easily be doubled, and it can be made 1 to 2 hours ahead and chilled.
The broccoli slaw in this recipe is a great source of vitamin C and folic acid.Submitted by GRANPATTIE
This is very easy if you have leftover brown rice cooked. You could use white but you'd sacrifice some nutrition. You could also substitute diced or shredded chicken, or drop the mean and add extra veggies. You could also try Boca Scrambles.
***The sodium is high in this. You can cut the sodium by using less salsa and/or dropping the Rotel, and adding some organic tomato sauce or low sodium V8 in it's place.
It would be further reduced by using chicken in place of the sausage.Submitted by GRANPATTIE
I used just the finely diced ham to flavor the soup, as I didn't have a ham bone. You get the best flavor when you also use the ham bone.Submitted by GRANPATTIE
@ 1995 Try-Foods Intl.
Typically, there are between 20-40 scallops to the pound. They are most commonly sold as fresh, shucked meats, by the pound. Look for scallops with an ivory or pinkish color and firm meat.. Scallops have a very firm, but tender, texture and a distinctively sweet flavor.Submitted by GRANPATTIE
Linda Sluiter, Schereville, IN
Fix-it and Forget-it
Diabetic cookbook - slow cooker favorites for everyone.Submitted by GRANPATTIE