Very tasty, spicy meal with a few extra ingredients. Use your favourite beer to add to the overall flavour. If you can leave this sit overnight for the flavours to develop but is also ok to serve immediately.
This is the most amazing pasta sauce that has slowly developed to the long cook meal pack with ingredients that it is today.
This is a great bolognese or chilli (I use it as both). The sauce can be adjusted to your preference or the desired use, just change the quantity of tomato, BBQ or sweet chilli sauce.
Both beef and turkey provide you with vitamin B6; the kidney beans are a prime source of folate; the tomatoes give you vitamins C and E; and the onions, capsicums and corn give you more vitamin C and folate.
Making chilli beef in individual dishes topped with melting cheese turns a simple supper into a real treat. Serve with a crisp green salad.
Slow-cooked beef and beans in a rich tomato sauce spiced with chillies and cumin makes an inviting meal on a wintry day, and warm, crumbly cornbread studded with corn kernels and mild green chilli is the perfect accompaniment. Serve with a crisp salad for a hearty, well-balanced meal.
This recipe is so easy and fool proof. The secret ingredient is a sachet of taco seasoning, combine that with a few other ingredients and hey presto!! 4 hours later a fantastic meal with almost no effort.
One for all ages. You can freeze the left overs(if there are any!) You can add other vegetables, corn,carrots, peas or what ever you choose. Get your 5 + A Day in one meal! We have this with corn chips and lettuce salad. Prenzels is a New Zealand company.
This is a recipe I learnt in Home Ec in high school. It's one of my favourite quick meals to cook. None of the ingredient measures are precise. Approximate will do. I normally omit the capsicum because I normally don't have any. If you use a good quality canned tomato soup in normally tastes better.
This is a recipe my aunt handed down to me. Mince, beans, tomatoes and taco seasoning in a soup served with corn chips. Its so simple and so filling. Takes minutes to prepare. It is the perfect dish for a bunch of men watching football.
This recipe was created because I enjoy no-fuss ONE pot cooking, which can be prepared in a reasonably short time, and can be refrigerated to eat again the following day.
This is great football food or an easy Sunday night meal. Serve with sour cream, guacamole (see my other receipe 'Best Ever Guacamole') and corn chips.
This is a slow-cooked Middle eastern meat dish with beans and green vegetables and a bit of lime. You can use either lamb or beef for this. This is best made in a camp oven or casserole dish you can cook with on both the stovetop and the oven.
A great Mexican chilli mince with red kidney beans. You however, can use it in tacos, burritos or even just on toast.
I love meatloaf!! All the usual chilli con carne ingredients combine in an easy family main. This is my 2nd meatloaf recipe hope you like the variation . . .
Like a cross between chili con carne and spaghetti bolognese, this is a very easy and fast microwaveable one-pot meal.
This is a very blokey recipe that is so easy to prepare. It even has the blokey secret ingredient of baked beans. This makes an excellent chilli con carne-type pasta sauce.
Mexican Nachos meets Italian Lasagne. This lasagne is layers of chilli beef, white sauce and corn chips, a great variation for gluten-free and reduced carb diets.
This is a Hungarian Goulash with beef, beans and tomatoes. You can serve with normal bread, mashed potato or my favourite, garlic bread.
This recipe makes a serious amount of chilli! I use it to freeze for those days when you want something homemade but don't have the time to cook.