It doesn’t get much simpler than this. Mix the spices, spice the fillets, and grill them up.
There will always be the argument as to whether Texas chili is with, or without beans. Personally, I like it both ways. It just depends on what I’m feeling like when I decide to make a pot of beans. Right now, I’m not feeling the beans!
One thing is for sure though, Texas chili DOES NOT have noodles in it.
So, give this recipe a try, and I believe it’s going to end up being your go to chili recipe form now on!
I typically cook shrimp in the oven, or on the stove top, but it’s been a while since I’ve grilled shrimp. So, while I had some tilapia to grill, I thought I would use the same flavoring, my favorite Caribbean Spice Blend on the shrimp also.
Nice and simple. Just sprinkle the shrimp, and grill them up. A quick and easy way to prepare some awesome tasting shrimp to go with the equally awesome tilapia I grilled.
My wife came across a recipe on Facebook for filling scoop shaped chips and baking them in the oven. After looking into this idea further, we saw that there were many varieties on this idea. Obviously a great idea that’s become very popular now. So, of course, we had to try it out with our favorite idea for a filling.
We kept it nice and simple. The one I’m showing is very simple, but you can also add your favorite salsa into the meat as my wife did. (As you can see on the plate in the picture above). I didn’t do this we this recipe, but I think adding refried beans to the meat would also be very tasty!