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Old 09-15-2007, 03:43 PM   #1
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Chili

Looking to liven up my chili. Folks seem to like it,but it needs something.

While I frying 3 lbs. ground beef with diced bell peppers and onions, into big pot I put 3 cans diced tomatoes with chili peppers,3 cans diced tomatoes with japeno' peppers,6 cans hot chili beans,1 cup strong,black coffee,1 can beer.
When ground beef is done I put it in pot with other fixings. Then I crumble up about 3 lbs. of breakfast sausage and fry it and put in pot.
About 1 time a month my sister and her hubby, my kids,my daughters little girl all meet my parents and I take pot of chili and I never carry any home.Maybe I just been making it the same way to long. Thought about adding some ground buffalo,and or ground venison but still thinking about that.

Anybody got any ideals,or a good recepi I could try ?
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when i make chili i add the chili powder when i am saute'ing the onions and bell peppers. i may toss in some pepper flakes, depends on my mood at the time. then ground beef and canned tomatoes. then beans of some variety, usually black or white.
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Old 09-15-2007, 07:27 PM   #3
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when i make chili i add the chili powder when i am saute'ing the onions and bell peppers. i may toss in some pepper flakes, depends on my mood at the time. then ground beef and canned tomatoes. then beans of some variety, usually black or white.
Tried doing a white bean chili once.I thought it was good,family eat it but said to go back to old way.Oh,well go figure,huh? Me and a sister and I turn out being the 1 to cook.
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Gates of Hell Chili (no beans) for 12

4 Tbsp Olive oil,
4 lbs roast beef
3 lbs pork neck (or chicken, sausage,...)
2 onions diced
(4 cloves of garlic smashed)
Salt, Pepper
1 can dark beer
1 small tin tomato puree
4 tins tomatoes
2 green paprica sliced
3 Tbsp red pepper spice
1 Tsp pimento ground
1 Tsp cumin ground
1/2 Tsp coriander ground
1 Tbsp soy sauce
1/2 Tsp dried oregano
1 Tsp dried jalapeno pepper hashed
4 Tbsp tabasco (or less *g*)
1 jigger Whiskey
3 Tbsp cornmeal

Dice meat in small pieces (fingernail size...that's a workout *g*)
put it in a large pot and fry it with oil, onions, garlic, pepper, salt until it's brown
add everything else but the cornmeal
stir it and smash tomatoes
maybe you want to add more spice
let it cook for 20 minutes, then add cornmeal, stir well
cook another hour and stir now and then

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Gates of Hell Chili (no beans) for 12

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I think I just might like you. That definately sounds interesing,like I may try to make next week. I bet you keep a hubby happy with food that sounds that good.
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Grin- I'm getting divorced in 2 weeks - my Chili was too hot *g*
But seriously, I never know how much spice I want in this one, that's why I always add some more... I love it! I'll try yours also!
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Did your chili melt the spoon??? LOL the hotter the better!
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coffee is an awsome meat tenderizer. Your recipe would work well with bison or other game.
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Did your chili melt the spoon??? LOL the hotter the better!
...almost...but I needed a towel for my forehead *g* - (this is between you and me..*g*)
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Grin- I'm getting divorced in 2 weeks - my Chili was too hot *g*
But seriously, I never know how much spice I want in this one, that's why I always add some more... I love it! I'll try yours also!
Had 1 tell me 1 time that you could make a good hot chili,but
you could also ruin good chili by trying to make it to hot.That day I got a lesson in just how to mix everything to have it come out just the way I wanted it.

By the way when you get your divorce we open a cili restraubnt.Hire a couple more people and give customers a wide choice in their Chili,from the whimpy up.
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coffee is an awsome meat tenderizer. Your recipe would work well with bison or other game.
Butter Bean ??? Now how you get that name ?You better change it,I got a thing for butter beans. Don't ask,cause I couldn't answer here.
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Cheesy Chilli

I forgot this 1. Now if you a rat like some folks I know and you love cheese,this is for you. After you got chili done,take box of velvetta cheese(or store brand)cut off 2 slices about 1/4 inch thick and cut into small cubes. Put hot chilli in bowl and drop in cheese cubes and let it sorta semi-melt into chili.

Enjoy.
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Cheesy Chilli

I forgot this 1. Now if you a rat like some folks I know and you love cheese,this is for you. After you got chili done,take box of velvetta cheese(or store brand)cut off 2 slices about 1/4 inch thick and cut into small cubes. Put hot chilli in bowl and drop in cheese cubes and let it sorta semi-melt into chili.

Enjoy.
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Had 1 tell me 1 time that you could make a good hot chili,but
you could also ruin good chili by trying to make it to hot.That day I got a lesson in just how to mix everything to have it come out just the way I wanted it.

By the way when you get your divorce we open a cili restraubnt.Hire a couple more people and give customers a wide choice in their Chili,from the whimpy up.
Ty *grin*
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mmm I love Chili whenever I make some I make 2 pots because my neighbors want some here's my recipe


Chili
1 lb each of ground lean beef or buffalo & chicken or turkey
2 C chopped onions
3 garlic cloves
1 C chopped celery
1 green pepper chopped
1 red pepper chopped
1-2 Jalapeno peppers chopped or I small can
1 tbsp ground Cumin
1 tbsp dried Oregano
1 tsp cayenne pepper
2 tbsp chili pepper
2 tbsp sugar
Sea salt & pepper to taste
1 -28 oz diced tomatoes I like to use the ones with onions & chilies
1-15 or oz or bigger of tomato sauce
1 can black beans
1 can red beans
1 can kidney beans
1 can black beans
drain & rinse all beans
1 cup on chicken stock

In large pan brown meat with onions & garlic cook for about 5 minutes add vegetables
Add tomatoes & tomatoes sauce, seasonings simmer for 30 minutes adds beans and chicken stock simmer for 30 minutes.
I like to serve this with brown rice & cheese is yummy in it.
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Ginger, that's cool (hot *g*)!
I love chili!!!!
Thanks for sharing!
One question...I've never seen any other red beans than kidney beans, what is te difference? Maybe -when I cannot get any here- maybe I can find similar ones...
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Red beans are... red beans. They are the same shape as a small white navy bean but they are red on the outside. They taste -way- different from kidney beans too.

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Here's an online source for more info:

Red beans and rice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Here's somewhere you can get red beans online:

Healthy Nutritious Snacks and Organic Energy Food at healthyfoodmall.com

There are pink beans too, but that's another topic altogether!
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Ginger, that's cool (hot *g*)!
I love chili!!!!
Thanks for sharing!
One question...I've never seen any other red beans than kidney beans, what is te difference? Maybe -when I cannot get any here- maybe I can find similar ones...
Lot of folks use kidney beans in chili, but chili just don't tasgte the same as with chili beans, Chili beans smaller and a lighter color in a gravy type sauce than kidney beans,or the chili beans I use are. Next time you at store check labels,or google for it.
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Thanks Patrick,
thanks MIB,

very kind!

Hopefully I find a store where I can get those...
but I guess there will be some stores that are willing to order
some TONS for me

When I was in Mexico, I ate some beans with a different color...more than one color in each bean, spotted somehow.
Does anybody know what I am talking about?
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Those are pinto beans - kind of spotted/striped in light/dark brown?
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