Crock Pot Chili and Sweet Cornbread
This is a recipe combination of Crock Pot Chili & Sweet Cornbread that is utterly scrumptious. Corn bread, with its granular texture and lightly sweet flavor, is perfect against the heavy and spicy tomato taste of chili. The chili is put together in a crock pot, which makes it really easy to come together, then left to allow its scent to simmer the day away. The corn bread can be made later, just before you want to set out the chili, so that it is served hot and yummy. Corn bread is fabulous with butter and honey, and will be even more delicious this way because this particular recipe includes honey in the mixture.
Corn bread is very easy to make. It tastes best when it is served warm, and it can be made as a sweet or savory variety. There is lots of debate from purists whether or not corn bread should ever include sugar, and it is fun to read the arguments back and forth, but, for me, both varieties are delicious. As well, corn bread, because of the high sugar content of corn, always has a slightly sweet flavor whether or not you embellish it with more in the mixture. You can decide which your family prefers.
The pot chili is a classic blend of onions, hamburger, kidney beans, and tomato sauce all nicely seasoned. Leave it to gain more flavor from the seasonings as it cooks all day long. By the end of the day you will have a wonderfully rich and flavorful dish. Serve it up with the corn bread, and you cannot go wrong. It will fill up every one at the table with great comfort food and good nutrition. Chili and corn bread is a great combination that works as well on the dinner table tonight as it does for breakfast in the morning. Try this combination of dishes soon.
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Nutrition Facts for: Crock Pot Chili and Sweet Cornbread From The Country Cook
Ingredients: Ground beef, celery, yellow onion, chili powder, cumin, garlic, canned diced tomatoes, canned tomato sauce, red kidney beans, beef broth Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 635, Calories from Fat 84, Total Fat 9.3g 14%, Saturated Fat 3.1g 15%, Cholesterol 101mg 34%, Sodium 1006mg 42%, Potassium 2617mg 75%, Carbohydrates 76.0g 25%, Dietary Fiber 19.2g 77%, Sugars 10.2g, Protein 63.0g, Vitamin A 26%, Vitamin C 45%, Calcium 12%, Iron 169%
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