To double our recipe, we recommend that you brown the extra meat (in two batches) in a separate skillet.
As good as this recipe could (and should) be, most recipes turn out tough, bland, dried-out pork and soggy overcooked beans. We wanted a spicy, sweet ranch-style chili, brimming with tender pork and creamy beans.
Soups don't have to be reserved for an all-day cooking spree. Jarred roasted red peppers create a rich soup that requires almost no work.
Here's how to transform leftovers into a very different dish. Leftover gravy from pot roast creates an intensely flavored broth for this soup.