Pozole, which means “hominy”, is a traditional Mexican stew that is usually made with pork and red sauce. This recipe is the green (verde) version, made with tomatillos, cilantro and chipotle shrimp. It’s a warm, hearty meal that pairs well alongside my black bean quesadillas and Chipotle Ranch Dip!
This recipe came together on the fly when I was needing something warm and hearty to take over to the neighbor’s house for dinner. It hit the spot and was ready in just minutes.
My Mom made the best chili…more like soup than chili, yet still all the great flavors of chili, and made with lots of ground beef and beans.
You can turn one beef roast into several easy weeknight winter meals, fit for the whole family!
If you’re looking for a soup that’s broth-based and flavorful, this is it. I am surprised at how much I enjoy this very basic soup – it’s so dang good! Plus, I like the texture of the chick peas.
The cold is upon us here in Kansas (it even snowed on Halloween!) which means it’s time to get out the ol’ soup recipes and start cozying up the kitchen! Today’s recipe is an easy “dump and run” chowder that is simple enough for the kids to love, but hearty enough for the grownups. Pair…
Who doesn’t love chili that’s made in 3 minutes and tastes like you’ve simmered it all day? (Adding sugar at the end of the cooking time helps to cut the acidity of the tomatoes….in case you’re wondering.) If you’re from the Midwest you know that any kind of chili must be served with a side of…