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Chili Colorado in the works.. #7952602 08/28/20 01:35 AM
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I normally use feral pork shoulders/loins/tenderloins, which I love, but I'm out right now so I went with 7 lbs of pork tenderloins from the store. Don't judge me. This is one of my favorite meals, and it's pretty awesome to make at camp with a fresh killed pig if you have the will. I've got Stevie Ray Vaughan on the loudspeaker, & I'm moving a spoon. Life is good.

My sauce is normally made up of 6 different kinds of dried chilis, because that's the flavor that I like in my sauce. Add garlic & onion.
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After cleaning up the meat and cutting it the way I like, I give it a light dusting of fajita seasoning and brown it in a cast iron pot. Nice & easy like. Just a quick brown with no flour..had to use the coated pot because i went with 7 lbs of meat instead of 5, and didn't want to use a bigger pot.

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Foundation is poured.

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The pepper sauce is puckered up and ready for the strainer.

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Re: Chili Colorado in the works.. [Re: skinnerback] #7952616 08/28/20 01:47 AM
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Meat's in the pot. Just need to simmer for a few hours until the meat is tender and the gravy is thick. Will check for seasoning soon, and add a little cumin toward the end. Meat's gonna make it's own juice and make nice gravy in a bit.

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Working on the rice & beans, and tortillas.

Re: Chili Colorado in the works.. [Re: skinnerback] #7952623 08/28/20 01:52 AM
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More to come. Hope all is well.

Re: Chili Colorado in the works.. [Re: skinnerback] #7952628 08/28/20 01:55 AM
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Looks wonderful!!

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Re: Chili Colorado in the works.. [Re: skinnerback] #7952689 08/28/20 02:52 AM
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Damn right!!! That is real chili right there not stew.

I need to make some soon haven’t made it since New Year’s Eve.


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Ancho, guajillo, arbol, pastille, pequins? Not sure about the last one. Am I at least close?

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Re: Chili Colorado in the works.. [Re: KRoyal] #7952735 08/28/20 03:59 AM
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Originally Posted by KRoyal
Damn right!!! That is real chili right there not stew.

I need to make some soon haven’t made it since New Year’s Eve.



Well get after it bud! clap up

Re: Chili Colorado in the works.. [Re: Thisisbeer] #7952736 08/28/20 04:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Thisisbeer
Ancho, guajillo, arbol, pastille, pequins? Not sure about the last one. Am I at least close?



Very good Sir. Chili Ancho, guajillo, pasilla, chipotle, arbol, and hand picked tepins.

Delicious. I use this same mix in my Texas Chili and tamales.

Re: Chili Colorado in the works.. [Re: skinnerback] #7952740 08/28/20 04:16 AM
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Re: Chili Colorado in the works.. [Re: skinnerback] #7952768 08/28/20 05:39 AM
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Buenos noches amigos.

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Wow ! That looks outstanding . food


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Re: Chili Colorado in the works.. [Re: skinnerback] #7952790 08/28/20 10:31 AM
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Oh Chit man that looks fantastic food


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Knocked it out of the park food


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Re: Chili Colorado in the works.. [Re: skinnerback] #7952866 08/28/20 12:43 PM
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Re: Chili Colorado in the works.. [Re: skinnerback] #7952963 08/28/20 02:06 PM
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Man I got to try this that looks amazing.

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
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That looks fantastic brother..... cheers


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That looks incredible

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Originally Posted by SnakeWrangler
That looks fantastic brother..... cheers


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Re: Chili Colorado in the works.. [Re: skinnerback] #7953176 08/28/20 05:24 PM
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Thanks guys. It’s one of my favorites and the family loves it. About to make another plate.

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Skinner, where do you get your dried chilis from? I've picked some up in the past at HEB, but they weren't that great.

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HEB most of the time, they've always been good here. Nice and soft, not dried out too much. If not there I hit up the local Mexican market.

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Ive never met skinnerback, but this is how I know that he knows what he's doing. Out-Standing!

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and add a little cumin toward the end.


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Thank you Sir, and I say the same thing to you! clap

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