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Post your Chili recipe

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by 76zimmer, Jan 24, 2007.

  1. 76zimmer

    76zimmer Flyin Rat Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    My first recipe was OK, except that I put about 10x the amount of garlic in as I should have, so I'm looking for some proven recipes for my next batch.

    start your post with Mild:rolleyes: -Medium:wink1: -Hot:bow: -Torch:eek1: -Assinthetub:eek: :eek1:
     
  2. Jagged

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    Chili I just made :rolleyes:

    1.2 lbs of "stew meat" (cubed beef)
    mccormik chili seasoning
    a lot of ground pepper
    1 can of dark red kidney beans (with juice)
    1 can diced tomatos (with juice)
    1/2 cup sliced/diced onion

    cook meat about 50% with the onions in a skillet. If you like your chili "wet", pour meat and grease into pot. If you like "dry", strain the grease. I go "ultra-wet" and keep all the juices. Add can of kidney beans with juice (remember.. ultra-wet). Add tomato with juice (more ultra-wet). Add seasoning. Add chili powder/ceyenne if you wish. Stir and bring to a boil. Let simmer until you're ready to eat.
     
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    Carol Shelby's :bow: :bow:
     
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    I use Carol Shelby's as a starter for mine as well. I like both meat and beans in my chili so here is what I use when I make my best stuff
    1 lbs pinto beans
    1 lbs beef stew meat
    1 lbs venison stew meat
    1 lbs ground pork (not sausage)
    2-3 large white onions
    5-6 ortega chili's (grilled and skinned)
    8-10 jalapenos (whole)
    1/2 cup chopped garlic
    2 cans of diced tomatoes
    2 cans tomato sauce
    1 small can of tomato paste

    On top of the Shelby's mix I will add extra chili powder, kosher salt, ground black pepper and cayenne pepper along with other spices I think it may need to suit my taste..........
     
  5. 76zimmer

    76zimmer Flyin Rat Premium Member GMOTM Winner

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    then you must blow fire like your avatar.:haha: :haha: :haha:


    what kind of white onion? Sweet?
    what is Ortega chili's?
     
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    1. go to wallyworld
    2. grab can of Nalley Walla Walla onion chili
    3. pay for it
    4. go back home, throw it in a bowl and some extra onion, pepper, tobasco and a few chopped up Polish Dogs + some shredded cheese on top.
    5. cook until toasty in nuker
    6. chow down.

    I've tried some home made chili mizes before and have never found one I liked. I grew up on the canned stuff, so I'm just used to it now. :dunno: its all good. Rachel Ray had a Buffalo Wing Chili recipe on TV recently, I might try making some of that someday...

    j
     
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    :haha: :haha: :haha: :haha: sounds good:D
     
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    you forgot A1 Corey.:rolleyes:
     
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    i'm with you Mitch, dump the whole can of beans in,and the can of tomatoes.all the sauce is good.:D
     
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    Mine is basically that but add some cajun, and use sausage not ground pork.
     
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    sometimes i through everything in.
     
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    I cheat.
    I cook ground beef, and ground sausage in a skillet.
    Orig Ranch Style Beans
    Heat the beans up till they bubble. Add Cayenne and Jalapeno till your nose runs.
    Dump in the meat, grease and all.
    Now, the magic touch: Add an 8oz package of grated cheese. Stir till the cheese is melted and mixed in.
    Serve
    The cheese slows down the burn, so no effects till about halfway through a bowl! I call it creeper chili.:eek1: :eek1: :haha:
     

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