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Creamy Beef & Potato Soup 🥩 🥔

Creamy Beef & Potato Soup 🥩 🥔

Looking for a new soup recipe?I have been quite the #aldinerd + it’s Soup season all winter long. As long as snows on the ground a pot of warmth is necessary. Using our organic herb blends make any recipe flavor just POP! No salt added so add based off your taste buds. Find Classic Spice Blend here. 



Classic Spice Blend really makes this a game changing recipe. Let’s not wait any longer.


📝  Here’s the grocery list for this recipe. 

1 package of stew beef
Fangboner Farms Classic Spice Blend
Onion
Bag of hashbrowns
Beef stock
Shredded cheese of choice
1 Tablespoon minced garlic
Sliced Mushrooms
Cream Cheese

🥣 Here are the instructions for these ingredients.

Directions: Brown beef season with Classic spice blend. Add onion and garlic sautee’ with beef til tender. Add mushrooms, hashbrowns, beef stock. Cover and pressurize for 4 minutes. Release lid. Whisk in cream cheese. Add in half of shredded cheese. Serve and drizzle more cheese on top. Recipe can be done in any pot either on the stove, in your instapot or crockpot(brown meat before adding when cooking this way)

 

 

Skinny Beef Queso Chili

Skinny Beef Queso Chili

 Loaded with lean beef, seasonings, diced tomatoes, pintos, pasta and the best part the homemade Queso sauce! The cold weather always puts me in the mood for a really good chili. This one may be our favorite. It’s a classic chili with a homemade skinny queso sauce with spiral noodles for an added touch.

 

You will need the following ingredients: 

Meat

90/10 Ground Sirloin

Spices

Fangboner Farms Organic dried Oregano

Cumin

Chipotle Chili Powder

Minced Garlic

Salt

Pepper

Starches

Pinto Beans

Whole wheat spiral noodles

Flour

Vegetables

Petite diced tomatoes

Condensed Tomato soup

 Additional items

Butter

Beef Broth

 How it’s made?

I used our pressure cooker (instant pot) to make the chili. This recipe can be achieved by use a large pot on the stove as well. I went lean with the ground beef and used 90/10 ground sirloin. I browned the 2 lbs of ground beef and sautéed a whole sweet onion at the same time in the cooker. Add in chipotle chili pepper, minced garlic, Fangboner Farms organic oregano and cumin. Once meat is browned place two cups of spiral organic whole wheat pasta on top. Pour beef broth over noodles in cooker. Cover and set pressure cooker to HIGH 3 minutes. When done pressurizing open lid to add in petite diced tomatoes and stir. Next add in  drained pinto beans. Stir ingredients together and cover.

 Next,

In a medium saucepan add in butter. Once melted stir in flour until the mixture is blended well. Pour in organic milk. Once mixture starts to steam add in 2 cups of reduced fat cheddar cheese. Continue to stir cheese in until the mixture is smooth like queso dip. Once dip consistency is achieved add over chili in cooker. Mix well and enjoy with crunchy tortilla chips.

 

Here is the nutritional information and calories. 

 

Sweet Heat Chili

Sweet Heat Chili

Here is chili gold! Just don’t forget the Fabflava, milk, and brown sugar. Happy cooking! 

The cool weather change this week here in the Midwest has made me fall into the harvest spirit already. Soups have been on my brain along with cozy clothing, soccer games, and our herbal tea lattes. As the chill of fall introduces itself its the best season for chili with some heat, sweat heat to be exact!

This piece of chili gold was inspired by the variety of peppers being grown organically here at the farm. The use of cherry tomatoes, peas, sweet banana peppers, jalapeños, and habaneros which may make some of you head in the other direction. Fear not just subtract the habaneros and this dish’s chemistry even with jalapeño will have no spicy taste.

 

Habaneros heat ranges anywhere from 12 to 100 times hotter than a jalapeño. The point in ingesting habaneros is to lower your cholesterol, reduce blood pressure, and fight weight gain! Hot peppers in general benefit the digestive tract, promote heart healthy, mitigates migraines, relieves joint pain, and fights the flu. Now that we’ve all been educated on the food being consumed here. Bring on the chili! Share your chili masterpieces with us here.