Party Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)
My Uncle made a version of this with Spam while we stayed with him in California on vacation, so I tried to replicate it at home. It's actually better with Spam! I'll do that next time, but this was pretty good and the kids gobbled this up as well!Submitted by RUMBAMEL
My daughter's school had a Fall Fest and needed some chili. I had some sausage and made this recipe. Unfortunately, this delicious recipe got dumped in with all the other chilis and served to the masses :( Oh well, at least I discovered a new recipe!Submitted by RUMBAMEL
Modified recipe after watching Ellie Krieger video. It did not give measurement for the Ricotta. I used lower fat ingredients. She recommended tomato sauce that did not have more than 500 mg sodium per serving and included olive oil in ingredients. I chose the brand listed as I use homemade sauce.Submitted by 60SIXTY
A Chili loaded with fresh bell peppers, jalapenos, sweet potatoes, and baby reds. More color = more nutrients. Because there is so much in here that comes from the produce section, it is WAY better if you buy them fresh. However with the beans, corn, and sauce, I used canned.Submitted by JAIMIE.HANLY
Every Brazilian cook has his or her own way to make Brazilian Feijoada. Every time it's a little different based on what's on hand. Years ago it was made by African slaves with whatever happened to come their way from the master's handouts. This is a very simplified version including only the meats my family likes. That way no one gets a pig's foot on their plate accidentally! It's best served over hot white rice, orange wedges on the side, fine sliced kale sauteed in butter with a little minced garlic, chopped tomatoes and onions with a splash of vinegar and lemon and a dash of salt, and if you can get it toasted mandioca meal (farinha).Submitted by GIRLINBRAZIL
This is makes 6 HUGE sandwiches. I have a hard time eating half of one. This is a lower carb recipe, with close to 1:1 ratio of protein to carb.
Note that there is typically a LOT of dipping sauce left over, hence you could approximate much less of the sodium content listed in the recipe.