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Canada Beef Blade Steak ChiliThis easy and tasty beefy chili developed by Ted Reader the ‘Godfather of the Grill’ is a perfect recipe for big games, ice skating or relaxing Sundays. You can do it old school in a cast iron crock over an open fire like Ted does, or you can use a slow cooker or instant pot (check the size of your appliance first – you may need to half the recipe).All Family Big Batch Beef ChiliAdapted from a recipe by Chef Jean-Francois Fortin of the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, this chili makes a big pot – perfect for when you have the gang over or want to stock your freezer with speedy weeknight dinners. The seasoning is quite mild so if you want to spice it up, serve with some hot sauce or add ½ tsp chili pepper flakes while sautéing the seasonings.Beefy Huevos RancherosGood morning sunshine! This simple weekend breakfast or brunch is good for you – body and soul! It’s a snap to make with simple pantry ingredients and nutrient-packed eggs, Cheddar and lean Canadian beef. You can use up to 8 eggs, and if you prefer a smoky fiery version, add a teaspoon or so chopped canned chipotle peppers.
Beef Chili NachosThis simple chili is made easy with just what you have on hand. Make ahead for best flavour and serve straight from the pot or keep warm in a slow cooker as part of a buffet spread.Chunky Beef ChiliCook large batches of this chili recipe and freeze in family-sized portions for use within 2 or 3 months. For a quick meal, defrost and reheat on the stove or in the microwave for a hearty beef chili in minutes.Beef Chili EnchiladaFor a twist on how to serve chili, try this baked enchilada recipe that starts off with a fabulous Beef and Black Bean Chili, made from pantry basics.Mexicali Ground Beef Chili and MoreThis is a snap to pull together with simple pantry ingredients. Use it to fill tortillas and bake as a casserole (see Chili Enchiladas below) or just serve from the pot with wedges of baked tortilla. If you prefer a fiery version, add a teaspoon or so chopped canned chipotle peppers.Corn and Black Bean Beef ChiliThis recipe for Corn and Black Bean Beef Chili is a snap to pull together with simple pantry ingredients. Use it to fill tortillas and bake as a casserole (see Chili Enchiladas recipe below) or just serve from the pot with wedges of baked tortilla. If you prefer a fiery version, add a teaspoon or so chopped canned chipotle peppers.
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