Cook on high for 5-6 hours (until chicken is fully cooked)
I created this recipe a few years ago with stuff I had in my pantry. My family loved it! It has become a favorite mean of mine as well. If you like your Chili a little spicier then add some of your favorite spicy peppers. I add jalapeños when I make this for my brothers as well as jalapeño juice!
I like to top mine with some shredded cheese and fresh cut avocado.
This Chili Freezes well! I put individual portions into small freezer bags. They keep well for up to 6 months.
This is not my recipe. I was led to it via pinterest. The link to the original recipe is at the bottom of this post. the picture is of mine after I had eaten some! I have made them and definitely approve!
Cut banana into slices
Add eggs and whisk/smash together until smooth. A few banana chunks are OK as long as the eggs are incorporated.
Cook in pan over medium heat about a minute on each side. I used cooking spray but a little dab of butter will do nicely as well.
These are meant to be small, just a few inches will do. If they are too big them you won’t be able to flip them. Another pinterest pinner suggested adding some vanilla and cinnamon. I think I will try that next time. These taste fantastic! They do have the texture of eggs but taste just like a good banana pancake! I suggest forgoing the syrup and adding fresh fruit or even preserves!
The first few times I made meat balls, I used a seasoning packet and eggs! They were pretty good but I figured that since you just needed season, meat, and eggs; meat balls couldn’t be too hard! Here is the recipe I came up with. My friends and Family LOVE them! I made them tonight and my 1 year old niece had them for the first time, she too is a fan!!!
! Tonight my meat balls were paired with penne pasta, vodka sauce, a wedge of fresh mozzarella, salad, and bread sticks.
1 Lb Ground Turkey
1 Lb Italian Sausage
1/2 Cup Italian Bread Crumbs
1 Clove of Garlic (minced)
1 Tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
Salt and Pepper
Preheat Oven to 350
Saute Onions and garlic with salt and EVOO
Put all ingredients in a large bowl and mix together.
Once everything is mixed, form into balls about an inch and half. I use spoons to form mine. They aren’t perfectly shaped but they taste amazing! You could use a melon-baller or ice cream scoop as well. Cooking times will depend on size so adjust accordingly.
Place meat balls on baking sheet(they don’t spread so you can put them close just make sure that they don’t touch) and bake for 20 minutes. This size of ball makes about 2 and 1/2 dozen meat balls.
I love mine with pasta but you can also use them for meat ball subs, with some BBQ sauce, and they are even fabulous on their own! They are sooo good. My brother prefers mild breakfast sausage instead of Italian but it’s up to what you like. This is the way I like them and I encourage you to experiment with meat balls to achieve a taste that you like!
* You can make these ahead of time, they freeze really well!
In a large skilled cook Garlic, Onions, and Mushrooms with 2 tablespoons of Extra Virgin Olive Oil. Let Cook till onions and mushrooms are soft.
While that is cooking, cut peppers in half length wise. Clean out all seeds, Broil on middle rack face down for 4-5 minutes. Once finished remove from oven and preheat oven to 375*
Add Ground turkey, salt and pepper to onions and garlic. cook until brown.
Cook rice while turkey is browning.
Add Zucchini, squash and parsley to meat mixture and continue to cook for 5 minutes
Mix rice, meat mixture, and marinara together.
Fill peppers with meat mixture, top with cheese, bake until heated throughout. Usually 20-30 minutes , dependent on size of peppers and how filled they are.
I created this recipe a few years ago after buying frozen stuffed peppers from the store. I don’t remember what was it but the flavors seemed simple so I set out to make my own.This is what I came up with.It’s super simple yet delicious! I hope you enjoy it and please let me know your tweaks so I can try them out as well! I believe in making every recipe my own and highly encourage everyone to do the same!
I never set out to do a food blog but I love to cook! I posted a few recipes on my nanny blog and got a great response! I love writing my own recipes so I think this will be a great outlet for that. I also intend to share other recipes I love and just plain talk about food!