You will ♡ this comforting, warming, filling and over the top delicious Instant Pot Chili. It is extremely easy to make with pantry staples in just 25 mins.
I don’t know about you, but I consider chilli a year-round food. I am just as happy to eat chilli in June as I am in January. Sure, the warming effects of a big bowl of chilli are sooo nice when it’s cold outside… but when it’s a little warmer outside, all you have to…
This is the good stuff right here. Chicken Chilli (Chicken Chili) is a chilli that is full of flavour and can be made easily from pantry staples. Post includes a regular, Instant Pot and slow cooker version.
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This Hearty Venison Chilli (Venison Chili) is a comforting, filling chilli that will warm you up from the inside out. Made with venison, it’s lower in fat than traditional beef chilli.
This Spicy Slowcooker Bean Soup is loaded with warming spices, black-eyed beans and sweetcorn, all in a base of vegetable stock, to give you a comforting meal that your whole family will love. Best of all, it’s super easy to make
Introducing you to Beanz baked eggs with spinach and tomatoes. Seriously easy to make with only 5 essential ingredients – yet comfort food at its best.
Hey pie lovers, let me pietroduce to an easy pie recipe. Yeap, I am talking about these bacon chilli pies whipped up in less than 20 mins with just FIVE ingredients.
Picture this. A cold February day. Wind, sleet and rain all day and dark before five (not that I’ve wanted to go outside anyway in that weather). Now we want something warming, nutritious and comforting to eat. Not too much trouble to make either, but something that will really fill you up. This is when I turn to my slow-cooked venison and bean stew.
I first had Nigerian beef suya, a few years ago, when I took Freddy on his first ever visit to Sierra Leone.