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Chili #8476411 12/15/21 01:50 PM
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We are having a family get together this weekend and having a friendly chili cook off, so I’m looking for some good chili recipes if you don’t mind sharing. I like spicy but most people don’t like it as spicy as me. Also I’m cool with beans or no beans.
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Coarse ground chili meat, onions, tomato paste, and a can of re-fried beans to thicken after the cooking is over. Regular seasons.


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Re: Chili [Re: tailchaser93] #8476584 12/15/21 04:31 PM
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Buy some packages of Williams Chili seasoning mix, just follow the directions.


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Re: Chili [Re: tailchaser93] #8476594 12/15/21 04:38 PM
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I use, Carroll Shelby's Chili Kit. You can make it as hot or mild as your want.


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I tried adding breakfast sausage to my chili a few years ago after several guys I worked with said they use it in theirs. It turned out really good and I never make it without it anymore. My son tried using it in his and he`s a believer to. I use 2 lbs. of ground brisket and 1 lb. of hot sausage. I add all of the ingredients below and 3-4 Tbs. of the Morton`s Chili Blend, depending on how hot you want it. I also add 3-4 chicken bouillon cubes for salt if needed. I have already made this exact recipe 3 times this year and it is awesome.

https://driabilene.org/product/mortons-chili-blend/
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Re: Chili [Re: tailchaser93] #8476655 12/15/21 05:39 PM
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If you want to go traditional, buy a 2 pound cheap roast and cube the meat in 1/4 to 1/2 inch cubes. Use old Gebhardts chili powder recipe on Google. The recipe is tried and true and older than most people on THF.

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The Gebhardt's recipe looks good, although I'd add some cayenne and cumin to the seasoning list and/or add a couple of cans of Tomatoes & Green Chili


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I like Chugwater Chili mix and moose burger but betting you don't have either down there. I add roasted green chiles, Big Jims this year but Anaheims would work for good flavor without the heat.

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Ballow's Mix for me

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Traditional Texas Red for me, no mixes unless in a hurry.

Dried Chili Ancho, Pasilla, Guajillo, New Mexico, Arbol, Morita (Chipotle), Tepins, fresh onion & garlic, water (or beef broth), and carne.

Cut meat into cubes, dust with fajita seasoning, brown in a Dutch Oven, then add the chili mixture and simmer until fork tender. Add S&P, Cumin, Chili Powder to taste. Serve with cornbread, tortillas, or rice.

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This 80 degree weather isn’t setting the chili mood

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you gotta start with good chili spices. I only go with the chili blends from

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Looks as if you need more.


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