This is kinda like nachos but instead of layering the corn chips they are only crumbled on top. It's a good solution for when you don't have a lot of corn chips.
Having diabetes doesn't mean giving up favourite family meals. Here, chicken sausages replace the more traditional pork in a hearty hotpot, with a spicy bean sauce and thinly sliced root vegetables.
This Mexican-inspired chilli is sandwiched between layers of cheesy polenta and baked into a savoury vegetarian casserole. Extra chilli can be garnished with shredded cheese, chopped spring onions, a dollop of sour cream and a splash of Tabasco sauce and served with cornbread for an easy meal.
Spicy chilli lamb with beans makes a great base for this warming version of shepherd's pie; the crisp, garlicky potato crust tops it off fabulously.
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.
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 great vegetarian lasagne recipe, made even heartier through the addition of red kidney beans. Serve with a green salad and garlic bread.
You can customise this easy dish to your own tastes. For example, if you don't like kidney beans substitute one small tin sliced black olives and 125g sliced mushrooms for the beans.
Mushroom caps make up the base of these healty mini pizzas. They are filled with kidney beans and fresh basil then topped with cheese and tomatoes.
It isn't really lasagne, but it's a great dish! Chilli con carne is layered with tortillas and then baked with a sour cream top.
A quick easy, reasonably low fat, recipe which has a great taste. A bit like nachos lite meets chilli con carne! Can be prepared ahead to 'oven' stage then frozen. The meat and bean mixture would also make a good pie filling.
Black turtle beans can be hard to find in Australia, but if you can get them substitute them for the red kidney beans.
Home made baked beans are unbeatable when compared with the canned variety! This recipe has four kinds of beans and chickpeas.
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 . . .
A fabulous twist on an old favourite with chicken instead of beef and tortilla instead of pasta. This recipe is a winner with my family, friends and healthy too.