Cincinnati Skyline Chili. A spicy beef mixture simmered to full flavor, then served over hot cooked spaghetti and topped with cheese, olives, beans and onions.
Cheesy Chili Dip I. It is a satisfying snack when served with tortilla chips.
Chili Chicken. A tasty version of drumsticks with a bit of sweetness, and spiciness.
Barbequed Ribs. These pork ribs require a double cooking process and an overnight bath in a marinade. The spicy rub and rich sauce make them worth the wait!
Three Bean Casserole. Chili beans, butter beans, and pork and beans are all baked along with frankfurters, onion, a little brown sugar, oregano and vinegar.
Tasty BBQ Corn on the Cob. This recipe is for hot, buttery and spicy corn. A yummy herb mixture is stirred up - cayenne, garlic, chili powder, oregano, and onion powder. Softened butter is added and this zippy herbed butter is spread on each ear of corn. They're wrapped tightly
Tacos in Pasta Shells. Jumbo pasta shells stuffed with a rich, spicy blend of cooked ground beef, cream cheese, and chili powder are baked with taco sauce and topped with cheese, crushed tortilla chips, and sour cream.
Nacho Dip II. This is a quick and easy chili cheese dip. I often double the recipe, it's so good and a crowd pleaser. Enjoy.
White Chili II. Cooked chicken breast is combined with canned white beans, green chilies, onion and garlic in this chicken stock based chili seasoned with oregano, cumin and cayenne pepper. Serve with grated jack cheese.
Mexi-Cheesy Chip Dip. A definite crowd pleaser, and not too spicy for those who usually shy away from chili or salsa dips. Served with tortilla chips. Best served warm, but still retains a good dipping consistency when cold or at room temperature. This dip can be served in a "bread
Spicy Fish Soup. Baby shrimp and cod fillets are cooked in chicken broth with green bell peppers, chopped tomatoes, cumin and chili powder in this soup finished with plain yogurt.
Rae's Vegetarian Chili. This is a low-fat, high-protein recipe. For vegan, simply leave out the cheese. The variety of beans adds a nice touch of color, and it can be made as mild or spicy as you like it. Remember to recycle all those cans we used.
Tomato Enchilada Bake. All the essential enchilada ingredients are here: spiced chicken, tomato-rich sauce, sour cream, cheese and even a chopped olive garnish.
Double Chili Cheese Dip. This is an easy appetizer that you can make at the last minute. I never have any leftovers. Serve with tortilla chips.
Tamale Casserole. Canned beef tamales are cut into chunks and combined in a casserole with onion, cheese, tortilla chips and (beanless) chili. These are baked for 40 to 45 minutes.
Pakistani Spicy Chickpeas. Tender cooked chickpeas are simmered lightly with tomatoes, lemon juice and onions in a spicy blend of toasted cumin seeds, chili powder and lemon pepper. Served warm, this makes a deliciously fragrant appetizer.
Chicken Tortilla Soup V. Lemon juice brightens the flavors in this chicken, corn and salsa soup seasoned with cumin and chili powder. Garnish with tortilla chips, grated cheese and a dollop of sour cream.
Grant's Famous Midnight Grill BBQ Sauce. For this amazing sauce, you'll need a bottle of prepared barbecue sauce, some Scotch whiskey, and a slew of spices: hot pepper sauce, cayenne, chili powder, crushed red pepper flakes, onion powder and more.
Fiesta Chili Beef and Rice. Sauteed beef combines with cheese and Spanish-style rice for an easily prepared and substantial meal. Corn tortillas and salsa are suggested accompaniments.
Thai Burgers. What a wonderful taste surprise. Ground beef is mixed with lemon grass, chili paste, shallots and peanuts, and then formed into thick patties, and grilled. Just before serving they 're sprinkled with fresh lime juice. Makes four generous servings.
Prize Winning Baby Back Ribs. Before grilling, the ribs are dusted with a pungent rub -cumin, chili powder and paprika -to give them lots and lots of flavor and color. During the last minutes of grilling, they 're basted with your favorite barbecue sauce.
Mexican Bean Salad. The dressing is absolutely sensational in this bean salad - so many taste sensations. It begins with oil and vinegar, but then it gets fancy. Let 's see, there 's lemon and lime juice, garlic, cilantro, sugar, cumin, hot sauce and chili powder to taste.
Tofu Tacos I. Tofu is spiked with chili powder, cumin, cayenne, lime juice and tomato sauce, and cooked with cilantro to make a delicious taco filling.
Slow Cooker Fifteen Bean Soup. Allow nine hours to assemble and cook this ham, bean and cabbage soup seasoned with chili powder and fresh sage.
Chicken Tortilla Soup II. Chopped corn tortillas are cooked into this chicken soup along with garlic, onions, cumin and chili powder.
Chili Chicken Stew. Chicken broth and condensed cream of chicken soup form the base for this chicken stew with stewed tomatoes and mixed vegetables.
Spicy Slow Cooker Black Bean Soup. Dried black beans are cooked all day in a slow cooker with chicken broth, canned jalapenos, cumin, chili powder and cayenne pepper.
Cowboy Stew I. Browned ground beef and sauteed onions are combined with cans of chili, baked beans and cream-style corn in this spicy stew.
White Chili I. Browned ground pork is combined with canned white beans, green chilies, onions and garlic in this chicken stock based chili seasoned with oregano and cumin. Serve topped with grated jack cheese.
Louisiana Shrimp Creole II. Tomatoes and shrimp cooked up with garlic and onions - this Gulf Coast tradition will have you dreaming of the bayou. This recipe can either be a main dish or a side dish. You can make it as hot as you want, just add more chili powder and hot sauce. Serve
Mexican Chicken II. You will leave the table pleasantly full after this dinner of chicken with tomatoes, chilies, and Cheddar in a creamy sauce baked on a bed of corn tortillas.
White Chili I. White beans, jack cheese and chicken with traditional chili herbs and spices combine to prove that white definitely doesn't mean bland.
Safeway - ask the nutrition experts. Search In Nutrition Experts Related Links (Menu) Nutrition Experts Question: When the weather gets cold, I love comfort foods like stews and chili, but they take a long time to make and they're not always so healthy. Any tips? Answer:
Turkey Chili Verde. Shredded turkey and organic ingredients offer a delicious twist on this flavorful favorite.
Hearty Hot Chili Dip. Stir up a sensation! In just a few minutes, this spicy, cheesy meal-in-a-dip will be ready for your hungry crowd to dig into.
Jicama and Avocado Salad with Smoked Chili-Orange Vinaigrette. Crispy cool veggies and creamy smooth avocado slices come alive in a smoky, spicy, citrus dressing with a hint of mustard.
Halibut with Tomatoes and Chili. A quick and easy fish dish with spicy flair.
Pork Steak with Green Chile Salsa. Thin steaks of spicy sauteed pork share the plate with zippy salsa and cool sour cream.
Grilled Pork Chops Diablo. The spicy grilled pork chops and velvety fresh avocado are sprinkled with orange juice and garnished with cilantro for a burst of flavor and texture.
Chili Cheese Fondue. Everyone will love this updated version of fondue, rich with two kinds of cheese and spiked with chilies. All you need to round out the meal is a simple butter lettuce salad studded with orange segments and dressed with your favorite vinaigrette. End on a sweet
Corn Salad. Try this fabulous jumble of taste, color, and texture while everyone's favorite vegetable is at its peak.
Grilled Carmen Burger. This is a restrained version of the Habanero Hamburger served at the Prince of Wales Pub in San Mateo, California. There, the burger is generously topped with a habanero-heavy salsa. Those who have downed this incendiary creation are celebrated with a photo on
Safeway Mango Salsa. This salsa is great alongside pork or chicken, or for scooping onto chips. You can make it up to 4 hours ahead; cover and chill.
Ten Minute Enchilada Sauce. A super speedy enchilada sauce with a truly authentic taste.
Peanut-Ginger Marinade. Peanut butter, chili paste, garlic, and ginger create a flavorful Asian style marinade for grilled chicken. Great!
Vietnamese Fresh Spring Rolls. These spring rolls are a refreshing change from the usual fried variety, and have become a family favorite. They are great as a cool summertime appetizer, and are delicious dipped in one or both of the sauces.
Slow-Cooked German Short Ribs. Beef short ribs and onions slow cooked in a spicy red wine sauce. Goes great over wide egg noodles.
Easy Mexican Casserole. Ground beef, salsa and chili beans are layered with tortilla chips and sour cream and topped with melted cheese in this tasty dish.
Acapulco Chicken. A spicy stir fry blending chicken breast, tomato, onion, bell pepper, jalapenos and hot pepper sauce!
Roast Chicken Pita Pockets. Pita bread bulging with honey-roasted chicken, lettuce, onion and Cheddar in a spicy tomato mayonnaise.