Another variation on this chili is my Chili Colorado. This starts in much the same way but I make sure that I use the cubed bottom round steak or another tough cut of meat with the fat removed. This will create chunks of steak in a similar sauce. I had about one more tablespoon of chili powder and a few more spices to create a thick stew with just the meat. Once you are ready to eat, spoon it into tortillas and top with sour cream and cheese.
Of course, beefs stews, soups, chicken tortilla soup, chicken tiki masala, or even a slow cooked pork shoulder would be excellent.
Pork shoulder is usually another one of my go to’s for the slow cooker. You can even put it in frozen. Throw in some sliced onions, garlic, orange juice, a beer or a cider and cook until the meat is falling apart. You can either serve this in tacos, with rice and beans, or make it into pork barbecue sliders. If you wanted to, you could do a large portion and then make two different meals out of it for a couple of days.
A slow cooker is a genius way to cook while you’re on a camping trip. As long as you have electricity and you can leave it in a safe location during the day, there’s no reason you can’t come home to a delicious dinner in a fantastic smelling RV.
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