Atomic Canuck Chili. This is a great slow cooker chili recipe with ground beef, carrots, celery, and beans that you can adjust to your tastes.
Asian Three-Bean Chili. Canned beans and tomatoes pair with pork and smoky black bean and garlic sauce to create an exotic and satisfying meal. Add a side dish of spinach leaves quickly stir-fried in sesame oil.
Yakisoba Chicken. A classic, justifiably popular Japanese stir fry in which chicken cooked in a yummy soy sauce, chili paste garlic blend is tossed with buckwheat soba noodles, carrot, cabbage and onion.
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.
Turkey Chili Verde. Shredded turkey and organic ingredients offer a delicious twist on this flavorful favorite.
Ten Minute Enchilada Sauce. A super speedy enchilada sauce with a truly authentic taste.
Tasty Tuna Burgers. These tasty tuna burgers are so delicious. My husband is a very fussy eater, and he loves these tasty tuna burgers. Enjoy!
Slow-Cooked German Short Ribs. Beef short ribs and onions slow cooked in a spicy red wine sauce. Goes great over wide egg noodles.
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.
Roast Chicken Pita Pockets. Pita bread bulging with honey-roasted chicken, lettuce, onion and Cheddar in a spicy tomato mayonnaise.
Pork Steak with Green Chile Salsa. Thin steaks of spicy sauteed pork share the plate with zippy salsa and cool sour cream.
Peanut-Ginger Marinade. Peanut butter, chili paste, garlic, and ginger create a flavorful Asian style marinade for grilled chicken. Great!
Owen's Peachy Pig Out. Use your microwave to make boneless loin chops with delectable peaches in a sweet and spicy sauce of chili peppers, peach syrup, brown sugar and soy sauce.
No-Fry Spicy Potato Skins. Chili powder, curry powder and coriander seeds are the secret for the zip in these low-calorie potato skins. And so simple to make. Baked potato skins are dipped in olive oil, dusted with spices and baked until crispy and memorable.
Kung Pao Chicken. Put some spice in your life with this restaurant favorite: Chicken and peanuts in soy-sesame sauce with hot chili paste.
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.
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.
Halibut with Tomatoes and Chili. A quick and easy fish dish with spicy flair.
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.
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
Green Chutney. This is a very tasty chutney and prepared in moments in the blender. Lemon juice, cilantro, green chili, peanuts, and ginger. That 's it.
Glazed Corned Beef with Lentils. Brisket is simmered on top of the stove with vegetables and pickling spices, then topped with a honey mustard glaze, and baked in the oven. Lentils seasoned with chili sauce are a highly recommended accompaniment.
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.
Corn Salad. Try this fabulous jumble of taste, color, and texture while everyone's favorite vegetable is at its peak.
Chinese Chicken Salad III. Ginger, peanut butter, hoisin sauce, brown sugar, chili paste, rice wine vinegar and sesame oil make up this wonderful dressing. What we love are the fried wontons tucked inside the chicken salad.
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
Chicken Roti From India. A fragrant home-made masala--an exotic spice mixture--will reward you with this hotly seasoned chicken dish, garnished with fresh, unsweetened coconut.
Acapulco Chicken. A spicy stir fry blending chicken breast, tomato, onion, bell pepper, jalapenos and hot pepper sauce!
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Zeke's Tortilla Soup. An authentic, savory soup from the Mexican food capital of the world - El Paso Texas! You can cut back on some of the fat by baking the tortilla strips instead of deep-frying.
Whole-Wheat Baked Quesadillas. Simple preparation, whole grain goodness, and true satisfaction merge for an appetizer or light main dish.
Whole Wheat Beer Bread. A hearty quick bread that's great with soup or chili and makes excellent toast. Flavor of bread will change, depending on type of beer used.
White Chili. This has ground turkey, salsa, corn, great Northern beans and jalapeno pepper Cheddar cheese. I requested this recipe from my co-worker after she brought it into one of our many potlucks. It is very tasty and a little spicy; if you don't like it spicy, cut the amount of
Wendy's Indian Butter Chicken. This recipe resembles a dish from an Indian restaurant in my town. I love it. It's got a great unique flavor to it; garam masala is the spice used. Creamy - a favorite! Serve over rice.
Viva Madrid Spanish Chicken. Zestily seasoned chicken is cooked in the skillet with bacon, garlic, and dates!
Vegan Mexican Stew. This vegan stew is absolutely excellent. A spicy hearty dish that is sure to make everyone smile. Top with chopped cilantro, if desired.
Vegan Fajitas. Zucchini, yellow squash, bell peppers and onion are marinated and then sauteed. Serve with tortillas or rice, if desired.
Vegan Black Bean Soup. Pureed black beans and tomatoes are combined with vegetable broth to make a nice thick base for this soup, which hosts celery, carrots, onion and corn.
Val and Jess's Vegan Avocado Dip. Avocado, black beans, corn, salsa - this fantastic dip has it all! Prepare a batch, and wow your friends at the next party.
Turkey-Chipotle Wraps. Turn up the heat with hot and spicy ground turkey and kale wrapped in a warm flour tortilla.
Turkey Sloppy Joes. Made with turkey, veggies, and whole wheat burger buns, this adaptation offers a healthier take on a retro favorite.
Trim Tamale. A lighter version of a cherished favorite, this dish is still ultra-satisfyingly wonderful.
Tostadas with Beer-Spiked Pinto Beans, Avocado, Papaya, and Bacon. Beer is the secret ingredient that brings out the bright flavors of these festive tostadas.
Tossed Taco Salad. Tempt their taste buds with a quickly assembled dish of zippy taco ingredients!
Tomato Sauce Corn Chicken. Flour coated bone-in chicken breasts browned in oil, then simmered with tomato sauce, corn and spices.
Thousand Island Dressing. Easy to prepare, this homemade Thousand Island dressing is perfect on salads or try it as a sandwich spread.
The Best Taco Dip. This is a flavorful and spicy layered appetizer dish that you can serve with tortilla chips. It reheats wonderfully, if there's any left over! And that's a big "if."
Thai-spiced Lamb in Lettuce Cups. Hot seasoned lamb and rice spooned into crisp chilled lettuce makes a salad you won't soon forget. For efficient prep, start the rice cooking before the lamb mixture. Offer cool cucumber spears and carrot sticks with seasoned rice vinegar on the side.
Thai Grilled Chicken with Sweet Chile Dipping Sauce. There are so many versions of this street food found in Thailand. Mine has been in our family for years, and we serve it with a tangy sweet chili sauce that really goes well with this easy dish. We often make a large quantity for
Thai Broccoli Burrito. The metaphors may be mixed, but the response is unanimous that this is a tasty cross-cultural fusion of ingredients.