Tagged: ‘chili powder’

Slow Cooker Mexican Turkey

Turkey thighs work so beautifully in the slow cooker. The meat is a bit tougher than chicken, so it holds up nicely in the slow cooker environment, emerging moist beyond belief rather than a bit dried out from the oven. Shred the meat off the bone, then roll up in tortillas. A great lunch.

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Gringo Chili for a Crowd with Sour Cream Cornmeal Muffins

Sounds amazing, but the thick heat and meat stew called chili con carne, or chile with meat, is as American as apple pie. It is a traditional homespun dish displaying the qualities of creativity and originality of its cooks born and bred in the borderland desert of the U.S. and northern Mexico.

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Slow Cooker Sloppy Joes

Whether home alone, at the school lunch, or with kids around the picnic table, Sloppy Joes are a perennial lunch and suppertime American favorite — and not just among kids! We’ve had all manner of Joes, even tofu Joes, but we like the original ones made with good ol’ hamburger best.

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Roasted Pepitas

If you are using a fresh pumpkin, you will have pumpkin seeds, which can be roasted and salted for some good nibbling, used in baking, or for a topping on salads.

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Slow Cooker Pulled BBQ Chicken

A “Pulled BBQ Chicken” recipe for your Slow Cooker, by Beth Hensperger.

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