chilli plants



Does anyone know of a recipe that uses chunks of beef rather than mince for a chilli dish? We have a slow cooker and I’m sure I’ve seen it on TV that you can do this but can’t find a recipe anywhere! Guess it’s not that different to a normal casserole….many thanks

My fiance and I seem to eat the same stuff over and over again every week, and I’m looking for something new to cook. Our meals we eat usually are:
-spagetti
-chilli mac
-hamburger or tuna helper
-chicken breasts (with sides)
-tacos

I want to eat more of a variety of meals, because I’m growing bored with our current menu, but I can’t think of what to get. The hard part is that my fiance wont eat anything with mushrooms, onions or peppers in it (he is as picky as a child, I swear!). Any ideas? Thank You!

I just had chilli bites at a pub the other day and was trying to find a recipe for them, but have been unsuccessful. Any one know any good recipes for them? they were little bits of pork in a spicy sauce.

Thanks

How does my diet look?

Chilli Plants

Breakfast:
a small sandwich the side of your palm. (with veggies, protien soy, whole wheat bread)
an apple and pear

Lunch:
chewy bar
turkey sandwich (whole wheat bread, lettuce, low fat cheese)

After School:
2 1/2 rotis filled with radishes and chilli pepper (made with whole wheat dough)
half cup of low fat homemade yogurt with black pepper
some veggies (mini carrots, leaves etc)

about 3 hours later:
2 doughnuts, glass of skim milk

2 hours later:
a little bit of almond cereal (healthy) with skim milk

I am 15, a girl, 5 foot 1, 115 pounds. I am also a gymnast.
How does this sound in conjunction with my diet?
I am still growing, so i can still eat the doughnuts right?

hot or mild

My mom adds ramono cheese and bacon to the meat! It tastes great! But what other things besides chilli powder, and tobasco do you add? Suggestions? Any recipe secrets you care to share?

Breakfast:
a small sandwich the side of your palm. (with veggies, protien soy, whole wheat bread)
an apple and pear

Lunch:
chewy bar
turkey sandwich (whole wheat bread, lettuce, low fat cheese)

After School:
2 1/2 rotis filled with radishes and chilli pepper (made with whole wheat dough)
half cup of low fat homemade yogurt with black pepper
some veggies (mini carrots, leaves etc)

about 3 hours later:
2 doughnuts, glass of skim milk

2 hours later:
a little bit of almond cereal (healthy) with skim milk

I am 15, a girl, 5 foot 1, 115 pounds. I am also a gymnast.
How does this sound in conjunction with my diet?
I am still growing, so i can still eat the doughnuts right?

I am looking for a soup recipe