Healthy Quesadilla Recipes

May 15, 2019 at 6:02 AM | Posted in Eating Well | Leave a comment
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From the EatingWell website and Magazine its Healthy Quesadilla Recipes. Delicious and Healthy Quesadilla Recipes with recipes like; Buffalo Chicken Quesadillas, Black Bean Quesadillas, and Chicken Tinga Quesadillas. Find these recipes and more all at the EatingWell website. So Enjoy and Make 2019 a Healthy One! http://www.eatingwell.com/

Healthy Quesadilla Recipes
Find healthy, delicious quesadilla recipes, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell.

Buffalo Chicken Quesadillas
Shredded chicken is tossed with a creamy blue cheese-hot sauce dressing before being tucked into a whole-wheat tortilla in this healthy quesadilla recipe. Served with a quick carrot-and-celery slaw, this easy recipe is great for lunch or dinner but can also be cut into smaller wedges and served as an appetizer…………

Black Bean Quesadillas
In a hurry? These satisfying quesadillas take just 15 minutes to make. We like them with black beans, but pinto beans work well too. If you like a little heat, be sure to use pepper Jack cheese in the filling. Serve with: A little sour cream and a mixed green salad……………

Chicken Tinga Quesadillas
The key to this delicious quesadilla recipe is the zippy make-ahead chicken that’s stewed with charred tomatoes and smoky chile powder, though canned tomatoes (especially the fire-roasted kind) and chipotles in adobo will do in a pinch. The spice level is up to you, so feel free to season to taste with chipotle………..

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Healthy Chicken Leg Recipes

May 12, 2019 at 6:01 AM | Posted in Eating Well | Leave a comment
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From the EatingWell website and Magazine its Healthy Chicken Leg Recipes. Find Delicious and Healthy Chicken Leg Recipes with recipes including; Cacciatore-Style Chicken, Louisiana Chicken Drumsticks and Tomatoes, and Filipino Chicken Adobo. Find these recipes and more all at the EatingWell website. Plus don’t forget to subscribe to one of my favorite Magazines, The EatingWell Magazine. Enjoy and Make 2019 a Healthy One! http://www.eatingwell.com/

Healthy Chicken Leg Recipes
Find healthy, delicious chicken legs recipes, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell.

Cacciatore-Style Chicken
Cacciatore is Italian for hunter. This slow-cooker chicken is prepared hunter-style—with onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, and herbs………..

Louisiana Chicken Drumsticks and Tomatoes
Get a taste of the south with this chicken drumstick recipe. Thyme, hot sauce and black pepper lend flavor to this perfect weeknight dinner option……….

Filipino Chicken Adobo
Perhaps the most famous dish in the Filipino repertoire, chicken adobo has as many versions as there are cooks in the Philippines. Some recipes omit garlic, others add coconut milk, some feature brothy sauce, and others reduce that liquid to an intense glaze. Try this healthy recipe first (with plenty of white rice), then the next time around, go wild.

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It’s Nuts I tell you……DRIED GUAJILLO MEXICAN PEPPERS

April 11, 2019 at 6:02 AM | Posted in nuts, NUTS COM | Leave a comment
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This week from the nuts.com website (https://nuts.com/) its DRIED GUAJILLO MEXICAN PEPPERS. These Peppers have a Sweet Heat to them and used to make Salsas for Tamales, Chile Sauces, Sopas, or are ground to make Rubs for Meats. This is just one the many selections of Dried Mexican Peppers and Mexican items you can find at the Nuts site (https://nuts.com/). You can choose from items like; NUTS, DRIED FRUIT, CHOCOLATES and SWEETS, SNACKS, COFFEE and TEA, COOKING and BAKING, and GIFTS. Plus there’s FREE shipping on orders over $59, see for details. Now more on the DRIED GUAJILLO MEXICAN PEPPERS. Enjoy and Make 2019 a Healthy One!

 

 

 

 

DRIED GUAJILLO MEXICAN PEPPERS
Dried guajillo Mexican peppers come from northern and central Mexico. They are one of the most commonly grown chiles in Mexico. The guajillo chile is related to the pulla. It has a green tea and root flavor with berry tones, and a moderate amount of sweet heat. These peppers are usually used to make salsas for tamales, chile sauces, sopas, or are ground to make rubs for meats.

The stems are not edible, and should be removed during preparation.

* Store in a cool dry place for up to 1 year. It is ok to refrigerate.
Country of origin: Peru

Nutrition Facts
Serving size 50g (~1.8 oz.)
Approx 0 servings

Amount per serving
Calories 162
Calories from Fat 25
%DV
Total Fat 3g 4.5%
Saturated Fat 0.5g 2%
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 45mg 2%
Total Carbohydrate 35g 11.5%
Dietary Fiber 14.5g 57.5%
Sugars 20.5g
Protein 5.5g
Vitamin A 265%
Vitamin C 25%
Calcium 2%
Iron 17.5%
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Diabetic Dish of the Week – TERIYAKI SHRIMP STIR-FRY WITH PINEAPPLE AND PEPPERS

April 9, 2019 at 6:02 AM | Posted in diabetes, diabetes friendly, Diabetic Dish of the Week, Diabetic Gourmet Magazine | Leave a comment
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This week’s Diabetic Dish of the Week – TERIYAKI SHRIMP STIR-FRY WITH PINEAPPLE AND PEPPERS. Shrimp Lover’s Alert! Grab your Wok and get ready to enjoy a Diabetic Friendly Shrimp Recipe. Some of the ingredients you’ll need are; Shrimp, Mushrooms, Bell Peppers, Pineapple, Brown Rice and more! The recipe is from the Diabetic Gourmet Magazine which is stocked full of healthy and delicious Diabetic Friendly Recipes! So check it out today. Enjoy and Make 2019 a Healthy One! https://diabeticgourmet.com/

TERIYAKI SHRIMP STIR-FRY WITH PINEAPPLE AND PEPPERS
Ingredients

3/4 cup fat-free, reduced-sodium chicken broth, divided
2 tsp. cornstarch
2 Tbsp. lite Teriyaki sauce
1/8 tsp. ground pepper
2 Tbsp. canola oil, divided
3/4 lb. medium shrimp, shelled and deveined
1 Tbsp. grated or minced ginger
1 large garlic clove, minced
8 large white mushrooms, stemmed and quartered
1 cup diced green bell pepper
1 cup diced red bell pepper
1 cup fresh pineapple, in 1-inch cubes
Cooked brown rice

Directions

1 – Pour 1/4 cup of broth into small bowl. Add cornstarch and whisk to blend. Add remaining broth, Teriyaki sauce and ground pepper. Set seasoning sauce aside.
2 – In wok, heat 1 tablespoon of oil over high heat. Add shrimp and stir-fry until they look pink, 2-3 minutes. Turn shrimp out into bowl.
3 – Add remaining oil to wok. Stir-fry ginger and garlic until fragrant, 30 seconds. Add mushrooms and peppers and stir-fry until mushrooms look moist, 2 minutes. Add pineapple and return shrimp to wok. Stir seasoning sauce and pour it into pan. Stir-fry until the sauce thickens and boils, about 2 minutes. The shrimp should be white in the center. Serve immediately. Can be accompanied by cooked brown rice, if desired (not included in nutritional information).

Recipe Yield: 4 servings.

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION PER SERVING:
Calories: 200
Fat: 9 grams
Saturated Fat: 1 grams
Fiber: 2 grams
Sodium: 190 milligrams
Protein: 20 grams
Carbohydrates: 13 grams
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Healthy Stuffed Pepper Recipes

March 28, 2019 at 6:01 AM | Posted in Eating Well | Leave a comment
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From the EatingWell website its Healthy Stuffed Pepper Recipes. Just Stuff It with these Delicious and Healthy Stuffed Pepper Recipes. You’ll find recipes like; Turkey Enchilada Poblano Peppers, Squash-Stuffed Roasted Poblano Peppers, and Tuna-Stuffed Peppers. Find these recipes and much more all at the EatingWell website. Enjoy and Make 2019 a Healthy One! http://www.eatingwell.com/

Healthy Stuffed Pepper Recipes
Find healthy, delicious stuffed pepper recipes, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell.

Turkey Enchilada Poblano Peppers
In this healthy take on a turkey enchilada recipe, we stuff everything into a roasted poblano pepper shell rather than tortillas to pack an extra serving of veggies into this meal. If you can’t find poblano peppers, you can substitute green bell peppers instead……………..

Squash-Stuffed Roasted Poblano Peppers
When fresh, poblanos have a wonderful, somewhat sweet heat that makes a terrific vessel for rich-tasting butternut squash stuffing. Accompanied by corn tortillas or rice and beans, this makes a special vegetarian entree. Most of the preparation can be done in advance and the recipe can easily be doubled. Look for dark green poblanos about 5 inches long, with broad shoulders at the stem, tapering to a pointy tip. Wash your hands thoroughly after removing the seeds or wear rubber gloves; most of the chile oils are found in the seeds and connective membranes………………..

Tuna-Stuffed Peppers
These tuna-stuffed peppers are ubiquitous in delis all over Susa, Italy………..

* Click the link below to get all the Healthy Stuffed Pepper Recipes
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50 Ways To Eat Eggs

March 27, 2019 at 6:01 AM | Posted in Eating Well | Leave a comment
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From the EatingWell website and Magazine its 50 Ways To Eat Eggs. Here are some Eggceptional and Healthy Egg Recipes with recipes like; Homemade Chicken Ramen Noodle Bowls, Soft Eggs with Green Goddess Dressing and Brown-Butter Breadcrumbs, and Cheesy Egg Stuffed Peppers. Find these recipes and more all at the EatingWell website. Enjoy and Make 2019 a Healthy One! http://www.eatingwell.com/

50 Ways To Eat Eggs
Eggs are one of the most nutritious (and cheapest!) foods on the planet—one 80-calorie egg provides six grams of filling protein, five grams of heart-healthy fats, vitamin D, plus lutein and zeaxanthin, two antioxidants that help keep your eyes healthy. Here are 50 delicious recipes featuring this eggceptional superfood, from egg-in-a-hole avocado toast to cozy homemade ramen.

Homemade Chicken Ramen Noodle Bowls
Transform canned chicken noodle soup into quick ramen bowls by adding fresh ginger, crunchy vegetables, herbs and a jammy soft-boiled egg. Look for a low-sodium soup that has 450 mg sodium or less per serving…………….

Soft Eggs with Green Goddess Dressing and Brown-Butter Breadcrumbs
For this showstopper of an appetizer, the custardy yolks of soft-cooked eggs are magically balanced with an amazing green goddess dressing and a crunchy brown-butter breadcrumb topping…………..

Cheesy Egg Stuffed Peppers
Bake up omelets in a pepper for a healthy, veggie-packed breakfast. Sweet bell peppers are filled with a cheesy egg filling with all the fixings of a classic Denver omelet. If you’re cooking for a crowd, this recipe is easy to double!……….

* Click the link below to get the 50 Ways To Eat Eggs
http://www.eatingwell.com/recipes/23214/ingredients/eggs/50/slideshow/50-ways-to-eat-eggs/

One of America’s Favorites – Hot Sauce

March 18, 2019 at 5:02 AM | Posted in One of America's Favorites | 12 Comments
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Hot sauces come in many varieties.

Hot sauce, also known as chili sauce or pepper sauce, is any condiment, seasoning, or salsa made from chili peppers and other ingredients. A very popular addition to different types of food, hot sauce allows individuals to enhance the flavor of their meals.

Many commercial varieties of mass-produced chili sauce exist. Some commercially produced chili sauces are canned, with red tomato that is processed into a pulp used as the primary ingredient. The H. J. Heinz Company is one major producer of chili sauces. In the United States, commercially produced chili sauces are assigned various grades per their quality. These grades include U.S. Grade A (also known as U.S. Fancy), U.S. Grade C (also known as U.S. Standard) and Substandard. Criteria in food grading for chili sauces in the U.S. includes coloration, consistency, character, absence of defects and flavor.

Humans have used chili peppers and other hot spices for thousands of years. Inhabitants of Mexico, Central America and South America had chili peppers more than 6,000 years ago. Within decades of contact with Spain and Portugal in the 16th century, the American plant was carried across Europe and into Africa and Asia, and altered through selective breeding. One of the first commercially available bottled hot sauces in America appeared in 1807 in Massachusetts. Few of the early brands from the 1800s survive to this day, however. Tabasco sauce is the earliest recognizable brand in the United States hot sauce industry, appearing in 1868. As of 2010, it was the number 13 best-selling seasoning in the United States preceded by Frank’s RedHot Sauce in 12th place, which was the sauce first used to create buffalo wings.

Original Tabasco red pepper sauce

Many recipes for hot sauces exist, but the only common ingredient is some variety of chili pepper. Many hot sauces are made by using chili peppers as the base and can be as simple as adding salt and vinegar. Other sauces use some type of fruits or vegetables as the base and add the chili peppers to make them hot. Manufacturers use many different processes from aging in containers to pureeing and cooking the ingredients to achieve a desired flavor. Because of their ratings on the Scoville scale, Ghost pepper and Habanero peppers are used to make the hotter sauces but additional ingredients are used to add extra heat, such as pure capsaicin extract and mustard oil. Other common ingredients include vinegar and spices. Vinegar is used primarily as a natural preservative, but flavored vinegar can be used to alter the flavor.

United States
The varieties of peppers that are used often are cayenne, chipotle, habanero and jalapeño. Some hot sauces, notably Tabasco sauce, are aged in wooden casks similar to the preparation of wine and fermented vinegar. Other ingredients, including fruits and vegetables such as raspberries, mangoes, carrots, and chayote squash are sometimes used to add flavor, mellow the heat of the chilis, and thicken the sauce’s consistency. Artisan hot sauces are manufactured by smaller producers and private labels in the United States. Their products are produced in smaller quantities in a variety of flavors. Many sauces have a theme to catch consumers attention. A very mild chili sauce is produced by Heinz and other manufacturers, and is frequently found in cookbooks in the U.S. This style chili sauce is based on tomatoes, green and/or red bell peppers, and spices; and contains little chili pepper. This sauce is more akin to tomato ketchup and cocktail sauce than predominantly chili pepper-based sauces.

Sriracha sauce, a type of Californian hot chili sauce manufactured by Huy Fong Foods, has become increasingly popular in the United States in contemporary times.

Louisiana-style
Louisiana-style hot sauce contains red chili peppers (tabasco and/or cayenne are the most popular), vinegar and salt. Occasionally xanthan gum or other thickeners are used.

* Frank’s Red Hot Which claims to be the primary ingredient in the first buffalo wing sauce

Frank’s Red Hot

* Louisiana Hot Sauce Introduced in 1928, A cayenne pepper based hot sauce produced by Southeastern Mills, Inc., in New Iberia, Louisiana
* Mad dog 357 Introduced in 1991 by Ashley Food Company deemed one of the hottest hot sauces produced in the United States.
* Tabasco sauce Earliest recognizable brand in the hot sauce industry, appearing in 1868.
* Texas Pete Introduced in 1929, developed and manufactured by the TW Garner Food Company in Winston-Salem, North Carolina
* Trappey’s Hot Sauce Company was founded in 1898 Chili pepper water, used primarily in Hawaii, is ideal for cooking. It is made from whole chilies, garlic, salt, and water. Often homemade, the pungent end product must be sealed carefully to prevent leakage.
* Sriracha sauce, a traditional Thai hot sauce, made primarily of ground chilies, garlic, vinegar, sugar, and salt. Often called “rooster sauce” after the most widely sold U.S. brand, Huy Fong Foods.
New Mexico
New Mexican style chile sauces differ from others in that they contain no vinegar. Almost every traditional New Mexican dish is served with red or green chile sauce. The sauce is often added to meats, eggs, vegetables, breads, and some dishes are, in fact, mostly chile sauce with a modest addition of pork, beef, or beans.

* Green chile: This sauce is prepared from any fire roasted native green chile peppers, Hatch, Santa Fe, Albuquerque Tortilla Company, Bueno and Big Jim are common varieties. The skins are removed and peppers diced. Onions are fried in lard and a roux is prepared. Broth and chile peppers are added to the roux and thickened. Its consistency is similar to gravy, and it is used as such. It also is used as a salsa.
* Red chile: A roux is made from lard and flour. The dried ground pods of native red chiles are added. Water is added and the sauce is thickened.

The heat, or burning sensation, experienced when consuming hot sauce is caused by capsaicin and related capsaicinoids. The burning sensation is not “real” in the sense of damage being wrought on tissues. The mechanism of action is instead a chemical interaction with the neurological system.

The seemingly subjective perceived heat of hot sauces can be measured by the Scoville scale. The Scoville scale number indicates how many times something must be diluted with an equal volume of water until people can no longer feel any sensation from the capsaicin. The hottest hot sauce scientifically possible is one rated at 16,000,000 Scoville units, which is pure capsaicin. An example of a hot sauce marketed as achieving this level of heat is Blair’s 16 Million Reserve (due to production variances, it is up to 16 million Scoville units), marketed by Blair’s Sauces and Snacks. By comparison, Tabasco sauce is rated between 2,500 and 5,000 Scoville units (batches vary) – with one of the mildest commercially available condiments, Cackalacky Classic Condiment Company’s Spice Sauce, weighing in at less than 1000 Scoville units on the standard heat scale.

A general way to estimate the heat of a sauce is to look at the ingredients list. Sauces tend to vary in heat based on the kind of peppers used, and the further down the list, the less the amount of pepper.

* Cayenne – Sauces made with cayenne, including most of the Louisiana-style sauces, are usually hotter than jalapeño, but milder than other sauces.

* Chile de árbol – A thin and potent Mexican chili pepper also known as bird’s beak chile and rat’s tail chile. Their heat index uses to be between 15,000 and 30,000 Scoville units, but it can reach over 100,000 units. In cooking substitutions, the Chile de árbol pepper can be traded with Cayenne pepper.

Habanero, bell pepper and garlic hot sauce

* Habanero – Habanero pepper sauces were known as the hottest natural pepper sauces, but nowadays species like Bhut jolokia, Naga jolokia or Trinidad Scorpion Moruga are even five or ten-fold hotter.

* Jalapeño – These sauces include green and red jalapeño chilis, and chipotle (ripened and smoked). Green jalapeño and chipotle are usually the mildest sauces available. Red jalapeño sauce is generally hotter.

* Naga Bhut Jolokia – The pepper is also known as Bhut Jolokia, ghost pepper, ghost chili pepper, red naga chilli, and ghost chilli. In 2007, Guinness World Records certified that the Ghost Pepper (Bhut Jolokia) was the world’s hottest chili pepper, 400 times hotter than Tabasco sauce; however, in 2011 it has since been superseded by the Trinidad Moruga Scorpion.

* Piri piri – The Peri Peri pepper has been naturalized into South Africa and is also known as the African Bird’s Eye pepper, Piri-Piri pepper or Pili-Pili pepper, depending on what area of the country you’re in. The pepper ranges from one half to one inch in length and tapers at a blunt point. The small package packs a mighty punch with a 175,000 rating on the Scoville scale, near the Habanero, but the Peri Peri is smaller and has a much different flavor. It is most commonly used in a hot sauce, combined with other spices and seasonings because it has a very light, fresh citrus-herbal flavor that blends well with the flavors of most other ingredients.

* Scotch Bonnet – Similar in heat to the Habanero are these peppers popular in the Caribbean. Often found in Jamaican hot sauces.

* Tabasco peppers – Sauces made with tabasco peppers are generally hotter than cayenne pepper sauces. Along with Tabasco, a number of sauces are made using tabasco peppers.

* Trinidad Moruga Scorpion The golf ball-sized chili pepper has a tender fruit-like flavor. According to the New Mexico State University Chile Institute, the Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Blend ranks as high as 2,009,231 SHU on the Scoville scale.

* Carolina Reaper – The Carolina Reaper® is a super hot pepper which has been described as a roasted sweetness delivering an instant level of heat. Developed by Puckerbutt Founder Ed Currie in Rock Hill, South Carolina, the Carolina Reaper averages over 1.5 million SHU and was awarded the Guinness World Record in November of 2013.

A fermented hot sauce

* Capsaicin extract – The hottest sauces are made from capsaicin extract. These range from extremely hot pepper sauce blends to pure capsaicin extracts. These sauces are extremely hot and should be considered with caution by those not used to fiery foods. Many are too hot to consume more than a drop or two in a pot of food. These novelty sauces are typically only sold by specialty retailers and are usually more expensive.

* Other ingredients – heat is also affected by other ingredients. Mustard oil and wasabi can be added to increase the sensation of heat but generally, more ingredients in a sauce dilute the effect of the chilis, resulting in a milder flavor. Many sauces contain tomatoes, carrots, onions, garlic or other vegetables and seasonings. Vinegar or lemon juice are also common ingredients in many hot sauces because their acidity will help keep the sauce from oxidizing, thus acting as a preservative.

Capsaicinoids are the chemicals responsible for the “hot” taste of chili peppers. They are fat soluble and therefore water will be of no assistance when countering the burn. The most effective way to relieve the burning sensation is with dairy products, such as milk and yogurt. A protein called casein occurs in dairy products which binds to the capsaicin, effectively making it less available to “burn” the mouth, and the milk fat helps keep it in suspension. Rice is also useful for mitigating the impact, especially when it is included with a mouthful of the hot food. These foods are typically included in the cuisine of cultures that specialise in the use of chilis. Mechanical stimulation of the mouth by chewing food will also partially mask the pain sensation.

 

Kitchen Hint of the Day!

March 9, 2019 at 6:00 AM | Posted in Kitchen Hints | 4 Comments
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Here’s a handy hint I had not heard of…………

Before chopping chillies, rub your hands with veg oil to prevent them from absorbing the chilli oils.

Kitchen Hint of the Day!

March 2, 2019 at 6:00 AM | Posted in Kitchen Hints | Leave a comment
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Buying Jalapeños……….

The older the pepper, and the more stress the plant has been under, the more white lines you’ll see, and the hotter the pepper will be. The smoother the pepper, the younger, less stressed, and milder it is. Left on the plant (and even after picked) green jalapeños will eventually turn red.

Quick and Easy Chili Recipes

February 9, 2019 at 6:01 AM | Posted in Eating Well | Leave a comment
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From the EatingWell website and Magazine its Quick and Easy Chili Recipes. Delicious and Healthy Chili Recipes like; Easy Vegetarian Chili, Chicken Chili Verde, and Lamb and Chickpea Chili. Find these recipes and more all at the EatingWell website. Enjoy and Make 2019 a Healthy One! http://www.eatingwell.com/

Quick and Easy Chili Recipes
Find healthy, delicious black bean chili recipes, from the food and nutrition experts at EatingWell.

Easy Vegetarian Chili
Canned beans and tomatoes make this quick vegetarian chili recipe ready to go in just 30 minutes. Serve over rice or couscous, or with tortilla chips for added crunch, and add extra toppings as you see fit—sliced scallions, chopped fresh cilantro, diced avocado and sliced jalapeños are all tasty choices……..

Chicken Chili Verde
Prepared salsa verde adds tang to this fast weeknight chili recipe and pairs beautifully with the rich caramelized chicken and creamy beans. Don’t shy away from the poblano peppers. They offer a mild heat but deliver a depth of flavor you can’t find in regular green bell peppers…….

Lamb and Chickpea Chili
This spicy chili has a North African spin with lamb, cinnamon and harissa. If you can’t find harissa, use mild chili powder in its place. You can turn up the heat with a little cayenne or hot sauce if you like it spicy. Serve with whole-wheat pita bread and tabbouleh…….

* Click the link below to get all the Quick and Easy Chili Recipes
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