knew I had to make immediately. I remarked that it seemed like more of a chili than a stew, so I made some slight changes to the recipe.
- I couldn't find the particular chorizo that I wanted, so I went with a lamb merguez sausage instead. Very mild, but with an incredible taste.
- Since it "felt" like a chili to me, I couldn't help but add a can of peeled San Marzano tomatoes.
|Looking tasty with a dollop of sour cream|
He mentioned wanting some of my own recipes. So I thought I would go back in the blog logs and post links to all my old recipes. Enjoy or don't at your own risk. Cheers!
- Ropa Vieja (recipe included in link)
- Tasty Sandwiches
- Chili Burgers (chili is going to be a theme here)
- Shaksouka (with a chorizo twist...also an addendum here)
- Gaeng Massaman
- Bucatini Al'Amatriciana (recipe included in link)
- Country Fried Steak and Gravy
- Chickpea and Artichoke Heart Salad
- Lamb Meatballs with Couscous and Feta (recipe included in link)
- Thai Ginger Beef Stir Fry
- Spring Vegetable Pasta Salad
- Chicken Chili with Black-Eyed Peas
- Grilled Eggplant with Tomato and Mint (recipe included in link)
- Corn, Bacon and Potato Chowder
- Dad's Band-Aid Chili (trust me)
- Roast Beef with homemade Red Cabbage Slaw
- Skyline Chili (I wasn't kidding about that theme!)
- Pickled Snap Sugar Peas (recipe included in link)
- Thai Larb/Laab Salad
- Farfalle with Cherry Tomatoes, Basil and Pancetta
- Soupe a l'Oignon Gratinee
- Wasabi Garlic Mashed Potatoes
- Bacon-infused Bourbon (recipe from PDT in NYC)
By the way, I have 46 (now 47) posts that mention bacon. Is that a lot? Nah....