Before you head out to your Super Bowl festivities, bring together barley, broth, seasonings, and whatever vegetables — canned or fresh — you happen to have on hand.
All the different elements will come together over a long simmer resulting in a soothing soup that's waiting for you at home. Make a dinner you'll be grateful for and read more.
This recipe isn't just low maintenance; it's also adaptable. Serve the mixture atop a toasted kaiser roll, a baked potato, or if you're watching your carbs, in a low-carb wrap or a Southwestern-inspired salad. For a meal that's good any way you serve it, keep reading.
You can follow a recipe that calls for canned beans and is easy on the time, number of kitchen steps, and ingredients. Or stick to the classic version, simmered low and slow with ham, sausage, and bay leaves for added flavor and body. Decide which one when you keep reading.
This one uses jarred salsa, canned cannellini beans, and boxed corn bread. A heaping teaspoon of chili powder provides a smoky depth that makes this quick chili taste slow-cooked.
Serve with sour cream, grated cheddar cheese, or any of your other favorite traditional chili toppings. Get the recipe and read more