Knowing The Game Of Cooking

Are you looking for a few great meal ideas that you can use to prepare dishes for your family when you simply don't have a lot of time to spend on making dinner? There are a number of great tasting dishes that you can create with your slow cooker, and the best part is they can be ready in just a few simply steps. Here are a couple wonderful meals that your family will enjoy.

The waitress also recommended the Chili Pasta: ($8.95) bow-tie pasta with a thick black bean and chilli con carne delia sauce complimented with a Fire Fall House or Caesar Salad ; The Bayou Grilled Chicken Sandwich: a tender chicken breast seasoned with Fire Fall's signature seasoning ($7.95) served with wedge fries; The Andouille Sausage Open Faced Sandwich: Spicy sausage, grilled with peppers and onions and then toasted onto french bread with lots of gooey cheese-served with your choice of a side ($8.50), she suggested Red Beans and Rice.



A: It is suitable for beef, lamb, veal, pork or chicken so far that I know of. I have made casseroles, soups and even desserts. Chicken cacciatore is a favorite in my house. I have also cooked pot roasts, curry's, corned silverside and chilli con carne. Pasta dishes are also a breeze to make.

You could use a theme for the custom cookbook. It could be a book of breakfast recipes or a book of dessert recipes. You could make it a style of cooking, say a book of barbecue recipes or slow cooker recipes. There are a lot of Asian recipes out there so it could be based on that type of theme as well.

Bring broth to a boil with the tomato paste in a medium saucepan. As meatballs are formed, roll in flour, then carefully drop into boiling liquid. Simmer covered for 25 to 30 minutes. Serves 4 to 6.

If you want to do something a little bit different with this dish, cook the sauce down a bit until it's good and thick and clings to the meat. Wrap it in a corn tortilla and have some burritos. Alternatively, grate about two cups of cheddar cheese and dice up two onions finely. Grab about ten corn tortillas. Lay some chili down the center of each tortilla, top with cheese and onion and roll the tortillas up. Place them in a baking sheet, cover each end of the tortillas with a bit more chili and some more grated cheddar and bake at 350F for about twenty minutes, or until the cheese melts and the enchiladas heat through. This way, you can have three or four different dishes off the same chilli con carne vegetarian.