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Suggest to me a recipe and I'll make it if it sounds the best. Show off your chili making skills.
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One bean and one bottle tabasco
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One million ways to make chili, pick one.
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One bean and one bottle tabasco
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Oh yeah, bonus points if there's liquor or beer in it.
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Brown a pound of whatever meat you like. Leave a little grease. Pour in a packet of hot chili powder and a can of hot Rotel without draining the juice. Continue cooking it til most of the juice is dried up. Then add 1/2 to 1 can of tomato juice and 3 cans of beans. Serve with a cold beer!
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Hamburger meat browned, rinse.
Can of tomato soup, jar of v-8 juice,
Beans to simmer and cook, no canned beans.
Salt, pepper, chili powder,( I like lots!),
And brown sugar. U decide the amounts u want to make. Don't oversweeten. Can also add honey.
NOONE that has eaten my chili has ever been able to eat just 1 bowl! It's DELISH! Just put it all in the same pot and let it cook as long as u want or until beans r done
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I'm from Texas. I have tried many, many chili recipes and I have attended many, many chili cookoffs.

In my opinion, you still can't beat the Carroll Shelby mix from the supermarket. Just be sure to add the masa flour at the end as per directions on the box. That is what makes the chili have the right consistency and is what makes it better than almost all others.
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Well, using my phone to post this since I've been included in this latest ban (thanks glp) but forgot all the good stuff, and have no options to edit previous post, but, also add
Can (s) of stewed or diced tomatoes, lots of onions and some bell pepper and voila'! Enjoy!
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I Only know how to make massive amounts but I love it this way.

10 lbs of Ground Beef

1.7 - 2 oz of Cumin
1 cup Chilli Powder
1 tbsp of Cinnamon

4 tbls minced Garlic
2 Large Onions
1/2 bottle of Liquid Smoke
1/2 Bottle of Worsteshire

2-6lbs of stewed tomatoes (GFS Large Can)
1 6lbs of Kidney beans
1-6lbs of brown beans

2-28oz Swanson Beef Stock

Mix chopped Onions, garlic, Liquid Smoke, Worsteshire Sauce with meat
Let Marinate 4 hours until overnight

Brown meat in thirds

Mix Tomatoes, Beef Stock, Spices, and meat

Heat to boil, taste add more Worsteshire to taste

simmer at least an hour

Add Beans simmer another hour
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Free recipe - Betty Crocker Cowboy Chili

And make plenty, so you can create portions to freeze.

And if you have a friend that still has Venison from last years hunt, well....

You can not only stretch it, but really add something to the heartiness, by adding squash, potatoes or both. Not in large chunks, and in proportion to the other ingredients.

Cook the Garlic cloves and Onions, in butter first. Then add the rest of the ingredients. Place the top on the stock pot. Bring it to a near rolling boil, stirring often. Reduce the heat to between low and medium. And simmer it on the back burner.

That's all I got. Hope it turns out awesome!
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Suggest to me a recipe and I'll make it if it sounds the best. Show off your chili making skills.
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My secret ingredient, which I never keep secret because I think we should always share cooking ideas, is a quart of spicy hot V8 juice, along with all the crushed tomatoes, rotel, peppers and the usual spices...also I sometimes use half hamburger and half sausage to add extra flavor :)
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STOP PUTTING BEANS IN THE GOD DAMNED CHILI!!!

I hate beans... they don't belong in chili! chuckle
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2 lbs extra lean ground beef, 2 cans diced tomatoes, 1/2 diced white onion, 10-12 minced peppercini peppers with juice, 2 packages lowry's chilli seasoning, 1/2 cup Kirkland salsa. Bring to boil, simmer 2-3 hrs.
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STOP PUTTING BEANS IN THE GOD DAMNED CHILI!!!

I hate beans... they don't belong in chili! chuckle
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You sound like my oldest son... the rest of us like beans, but we'll make a special little pot just for you two...sigh ;)
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Seriously, this recipe is amazing.

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STOP PUTTING BEANS IN THE GOD DAMNED CHILI!!!

I hate beans... they don't belong in chili! chuckle
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But, they are good for your heart!!!
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Just made a big pot of Cincinnati chili on Sunday. So deliciously versatile. Eat it as chili, on a hot dog, or on top of spaghetti.
"And I know that when I leave savage wolves will come in among you and will not spare the flock. Even from your own number men will arise and distort the truth in order to draw away disciples after them. So be on your guard. We are not the wolves at the gate, we are the ones who face them."

And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: but he that endureth to the end shall be saved. Matthew 10:22

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I brown the meat with the onion , then add a Colman's chilli mix , place into slow cooker adding baked beans and tinned tomatoes and half a can of water...leave for about 3/4 hours....delish !
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Carroll Shelby mix, NO BEANS, extra cayenne pepper.

Serve with a garnish of chopped white onion and cheddar cheese.
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STOP PUTTING BEANS IN THE GOD DAMNED CHILI!!!

I hate beans... they don't belong in chili! chuckle
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No beans? Always thought there should be some kidney beans in the chilli???

Been wanting to make some for the past few weeks, but cant find any kidney beans in this country...

whats your recipe Marax?
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Saute chopped onions and sliced bell peppers in butter, add a large scoop of minced garlic. Throw in the meat and brown, I usually throw in a bit of Kosher salt at this time. Last batch I sliced up and browned a Hillshire farm sausage along with burger which got rave reviews.

Meanwhile, I'll open a few cans of various beans(drained) such as dark/light kidney, black, northern or whatever I've got handy and start warming in crockpot. Add a few cans of diced tomatoes(do not drain), experiment with different flavors here and get them warming up. If you've got a garden, go grab some fresh tomatoes, cut them into large pieces and throw them in.

Once your meat, peppers, and onions are done, add to crock and give it a good stir. Let it cook and allow natural flavors to mix for a good hour before adding any other spices.

Season to taste with the following. Salt, pepper, cumin, italian seasoning, chili powder, cayenne, garlic powder, brown sugar, honey, and whatever else you enjoy. Don't be afraid flavor! Half the fun is trying new combonations. I try to get it almost like a baked bean sweetness with a very small kick since a lot of people don't enjoy very hot chili. If you've got a group that does, like myself, I'll use Sriracha Hot Chili Sauce(clear plastic bottle, green top) that can be found in most stores. You won't need much and you'll achieve the slow burn effect, sweaty forehead chili that you can't stop eating. I made 5 gallons and catered one of my accounts. Hot as hell and the women complained but with 20-30 people, it was entirely gone within the hour haha.

I've also bought limes, halved and squeezed into the mix.

Good luck! Oh, and I'll usually cook for 3 hours minimum on high in crock or low-med on stove after it starts simmering and reducing down.
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After you make the chili- put one tablespoon of peanut butter in it...sounds bad but it makes it remarkably screaming!!! try it in a bowl seperate.....to taste it.
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Lost your damn mind son.
STOP PUTTING BEANS IN THE GOD DAMNED CHILI!!!

I hate beans... they don't belong in chili! chuckle
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The best recipe is no recipe........the best chilli is one with homegrown veggies (not canned)and the best meat you can find.
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Thread: GLP chili cook off!!! Recipes and chili theory discussed here!!
The best recipe is no recipe........the best chilli is one with homegrown veggies (not canned)and the best meat you can find.
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Seriously, this recipe is amazing.

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I second that. Best damn chili ever!
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Seriously, this recipe is amazing.

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I second that. Best damn chili ever!
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I use a lot more peppers than that recipe calls for. All different kinds, some roasted and skin peeled off, some not. The more peppers the better.
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“By dividing the electorate this way, we’ll be able to have them spend their energies at struggling amongst themselves, on questions that, for us, have no importance whatsoever." - United State Bankers magazine, 1892.
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1. 6 ½ Pounds, or more, of fresh, featherless, boneless and skinless naked CHICKEN BREASTS is my preference. Use organically fed, free-range, no preservatives, no chemicals, no growth hormones, kosher, and you get the picture, chicken. Cut the flesh into large one inch long or square chunks. The chicken will shred as it cooks. Pre-cook the chicken in a separate pot or pan with olive oil and some of the herbs and ingredients before you add it into the final concoction if you prefer chunks of chicken in the brew for serving. I like to introduce the chicken after most of the vegetables and herbs have been added to the sauces and oil. The chicken will shred and become part of the texture and flavor.
2. TWO 12 oz. local, amber colored, bottled BEER, (for the chili, not the chili cooker.) I prefer Mexican Bohemia as my first choice. A lager is a good choice. You can personalize your Maui Chili with your beer preference.
3. 8 to 12 Ounces of WATER .Don't over add water. Keep it thick. We used Evian for the cook-off. Use some of your local stuff.
4. 5 to 6 Large firm Organic BELL PEPPERS. Use all colors; red, green, orange or yellow. Cut them into large pieces, clean out the seeds and the white pulpy stuff. Toss 'em into the pot.
5. 3 to 4 Entire Heads of golf ball size Fresh Organic Californian GARLIC - Chopped & Crushed. If you can find fresh garlic already shucked in the cold food section of your local market use it. Ummm, good, and, good for you too. Use more if you like. Try not to create distant friends.
6. 3 to 4 Tablespoons Fresh Shredded Organic GINGER ROOT. This ingredient is most important to the taste. Don't scrimp here.
7. 4 to 6 Medium to Large, Chopped sweet Maui ONIONS - big pieces. You can use other types of brown or yellow onions. But, nothing is sweeter than a Maui grown Maui onion. Yummy. Yummy.
8. ONE Whole Medium to Large, Chopped, Fresh, ripe, Maui PINEAPPLE- big chunks. That's right, a whole, large pineapple. You will be glad you did. Use a firm ripe one. Not too soft. Cut the skin and other unsightly stuff off. Cut it into large bite size chunks. Place into the pot in the beginning, middle or at the end of the cooking cycle as the last ingredient. The pineapple will not shred. It will remain chunky. It will stay firmer if added last. I like to add it in the beginning. I like the pineapple flavor to infuse into all the ingredients. Don't add the juice if you use canned Pineapple chunks. It's best to move to Maui and get it fresh. Aloha. Mahalo.
9. 3 to 4 Large, Organic CARROTS, Peeled, chunks. Carrots, as my grandmother once told me, will take the bite out of the tomatoes. And, they add to the chunky style. The bite is gone, but the sting remains in this dish. See ingredient number ten. Add the carrots early into the Maui Chili pot.
10. 6 or 8 GREEN JALAPENO PEPPERS - Chopped, seeds & all. It's the seeds that give the heat, I'm told. Be careful here. Some like it hot, some don't. The last batch I cooked used only six of these little green boys. Most people said it was not hot at all. There are many other types of hot peppers. For some, the hot pepper is the key to good chili. The key to Maui Chili is pineapple and ginger. The heat is secondary. But, what kind of chili would it be if it were mild? I like it HOT!
11. 3/4 Cup home grown, Fresh cut LOVAGE leaves & stems, Levisticum Officinale, and/or 6 to 8 large firm green stalks of Organic CELERY) - large chunks. I use the lovage, when I can find it, along with the celery. The celery should be one of the very first ingredients. Don't use the leaf or white and light colored parts of the celery because it's bitter. Use the dark green stalks. Cut off the white stuff and the leaf.
12. ONE Cup, home grown, Chopped African Blue BASIL Leaves, (Ocimum basilicum), (Any Basil will work). I use African Basil because it grows as a perennial. But, ordinary green basil will work. Use the leaf as much as possible minding not to use the stems. Dried basil can be substituted.
13. TWO Cups Fresh Cut & Chopped OREGANO LEAVES. Dried is OK here too. Add a tablespoon at a time of the dried stuff. Season to your taste.
14. 1/2 Cup homegrown, Fresh Cut & Chopped "CAT THYME" Leaves, (Teucrium marum). I mention this thyme by name only because it is the thyme that I had been growing and using for years. Any type of Thyme will be OK. The fresh herb is best, but dried thyme will work. Add a teaspoon at a time. Season to your taste.
15. TWO Cups or more of CHILI POWDER blend. Add this stuff as you cook. Add to your taste. Don't forget this recipe was created for twenty quarts! Add a couple of tablespoons at a time. I use a blend consisting of Chili Peppers, Cumin, Garlic, Salt, Oregano, Coriander, Allspice and Cloves. Use a blend that contains no preservatives. I prefer a brew created and bagged by a firm called the San Francisco Herb Co., 250 14th St., San Francisco, CA 94103. www.sfherb.com. That's a free plug. I hope they don't mind.
16. 6 Teaspoons, sun-dried, pure CAYENNE PEPPER powder. This is heat, zest and fire down below. Be careful here. Last batch I stirred up used 8 teaspoons. It was greeted with great delight from most. It left a slight curious, lingering after burn on the tongue and taste buds.
17. 6 to 8 Tablespoons Fresh Ground CUMIN powder. Add a teaspoon at a time. Season to your taste. Not much to say about this herb, but it is essential.
18. 1/4 cup light SOY SAUCE and 3 Tablespoon of Sea SALT. Season to your taste, but don't forget the Soy. Use a premium soy sauce.
19. TWO 15-Ounce Cans of Organic TOMATO SAUCE.*
20. One 14 ½ Ounce Can Organic Whole Peeled TOMATOES * or use fresh tomatoes without the skin.
21. One 28 Ounce Can of STEWED, chopped Organic TOMATOES. *
22. 3 - Six Ounce Cans Organic TOMATO PASTE. *

23. ONE Cup of wild Buckwheat HONEY. Any type of honey will work. This is a hidden touch. Believe it or not, many chili recipes call for some type of sweetener, like coca and chocolate. Honey is the perfect blend in this recipe.
24. 6 - 10 Whole Fresh Small to Medium, dried, home grown Sweet BAY Laurel Leaves, (Laurus nobilis). Not for eating, for flavor only. Add the Bay in the beginning. Let it stay in the concoction until all the chili has been consumed.
25. 2 Cups Organically produced, "Arrowhead Mills", Un-enriched Whole Grain YELLOW CORN MEAL. This is an important thickener.Add a tablespoon at a time while the mixture is cooking.
26. 1 Cup of Organic, Extra Virgin OLIVE OIL. Put this in the pot first. Let it heat up and then add the ingredients.
• Use these tomato ingredients as your prefer. The stewed tomatoes are most important, although all line items 19 thru 22 are diligently added in my pot.
FINAL NOTES
27. Cooking time: 2-½ hrs.
28. Serve it HOT with some COLD, chopped MAUI ONIONS & shredded MONTEREY JACK CHEESE for topping. Or, Serve it over steamed rice or pasta. I've enjoyed it after leaving it in a covered plastic container in the refrigerator for three days . It tasted even better as a left over dish. I've frozen it for thirty days and it tasted fabulous after it was defrosted in the refrigerator and re-heated. I like it to eat it with some soft bread so I can clean the bowl. If cooked correctly, it should be eaten with a fork in one hand and a hunk of bread in the other hand.

This is fantastic! I've won contests with this recipe.
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The best recipe is no recipe........the best chilli is one with homegrown veggies (not canned)and the best meat you can find.
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Second that. I got all my peppers and meat from the farmer's market. It's amazing how much better it is.
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“By dividing the electorate this way, we’ll be able to have them spend their energies at struggling amongst themselves, on questions that, for us, have no importance whatsoever." - United State Bankers magazine, 1892.

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