An easy alternative to tamales. I like to make it in my large oval casserole dish and round it up like a giant tamale. I also substitute a small can of...
chili powder, tomato, salt, water, cornmeal, +cheddar cheese, +corn, +oregano, +black pepper, +garlic, +green pepper, +kidney bean, +ground beef, +yellow onions
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Bell peppers, peanut butter and coconut team beautifully with fragrant Indian spices to form a delicious vegetarian dish. Serve with rice or parathas for...
chili powder, salt, tomato, water, +cilantro, +coconut milk, +cumin, +curry leaf, +garam masala, +garlic paste, +green pepper, +lemon juice, +mustard seed, +onions, +peanut butter, +vegetable oil, +yogurt, +sesame seed, +tamarind paste, +turmeric
If you like more heat the add in some dried chili flakes. This is best if prepared a day ahead and chilled, just rewarm before serving. Simmering times...
chili powder, tomato, salt, water, +beef broth, +black beans, +cayenne, +cheddar cheese, +cumin, +red pepper flakes, +oregano, +garlic, +ground beef, +vegetable oil, +onions, +red pepper, +sirloin steak, +sour cream, +sugar, +tomato paste
"Chicken breast simmered with onion, bell pepper, tomatoes, soy sauce, and spices to be served with a rich, pepper steak style gravy. If you like the taste...
tomato, salt, water, +chicken, +cornstarch, +garlic, +green pepper, +onions, +onion powder, +soy sauce, +vegetable oil
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This is a easy to prepare, flavorful and very tender pepper steak. Serve over rice or egg noodles. If you like your green pepper crisp, add to crock pot...
water, salt, tomato, +beef bouillon granules, +beef, +cornstarch, +garlic powder, +green pepper, +onions, +red pepper flakes, +soy sauce, +vegetable oil, +sugar
This was an experiment, and one that I'd only recommend to you if you REALLY like very bitter greens. I'm a fan of bitter greens like kale and arugula,...
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These fritters are called akara in Nigeria and Sierra Leone, and akla or koos\u00E9 in Ghana. They're eaten as a snack, side dish, or breakfast, served...
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