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Have my own, curious of some other recipes out there. Looking at freezing rain later so figure a good crock pot of chili could be in order. Turkey, beef whichever. Wanna try something different
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Firehouse canned + pepper + 5 mins of my time = satisfied
Love me some good chili though, so if somebody posts some epic shit Ill try it
Im pretty handy in the kitchen when I want to be so hopefully somebody posts something
I know gonig is always cooking shit and eats like a dude so maybe she got something brewing
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1.Ground beef, I use angus beef
2. Hot sausage (in a roll) jimmy dean
3. Brooks chili starter biggest can
4. 1 big can of hot chili beans 1 small can of the same.
5. Tomato juice big can
6. Hottest bar b q sauce there is. I use devils spit by famous Dave's.
Season chili powder in with meat. Cook beef & sausage together. Drain grease then add chili powder & bar b q.
Add the rest in after. Last during heating process add 1 hersey's chocolate bar.
DeltaDawg said..... is it really the devils spit ? or is that just a brand name ?
This post was edited by NoVaNoles 15 months ago
Cumin is the key
What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
3 lbs ground turkey
1 big can tomatoes
1 big can tomato puree
2 cans kidney beans
2 green peppers
2 jalepenos, no stems or seeds
1 tbsp chili powder
1 tbsp cumin
1 tsp cayenne
1 tsp papirika
Cook the turkey and throw it all in a crockpot overnight. Mixed it up last night and put a beer in the mix, we will see if it changed the taste.
Ingredients yield abt 8 gallons, but you can scale it accordingly.
36 tablespoons olive oil
12 large onions, minced
24 cloves of garlic, minced
10 pounds of ground beef
12 strips of bacon, chopped
14 Italian sausages, boiled and chopped
30 cups of water
16 cups canned tomatoes
10 green peppers, minced
¼ cup lemon juice
2 cups burgundy
6 teaspoons celery seed
4 teaspoons cayenne pepper
12 teaspoons cumin seed, crushed
12 bay leaves
24 tablespoons chili powder
2 teaspoons basil
15 teaspoons salt
4 teaspoons oregano
6 teaspoons brown sugar
6 teaspoons black pepper
Add to taste:
Add to thicken:
Peel and mince onions and garlic.
De-seed and chop green peppers
Boil and chop Italian sausages
Crush cumin seed
Chop bacon strips
Heat olive oil in giant skillet
Add onions and garlic and saute until golden brown.
Add green pepper
Add beef, bacon and sausage. Brown
Transfer meat mixture to huge cauldron (8-10 gallon capacity)
Add the remaining ingredients while stirring
Bring to a boil
Reduce heat to simmer
Simmer uncovered until ready to serve.
Add cornmeal to thicken if desired.
2 lbs. of cubed brisket meat or boston butt
1 8 oz. can of tomato sauce
1 15 oz. can of beef broth + 8 oz
1 medium sized red onion
1 red bell pepper
1 poblano pepper
1 anaheim pepper
2 jalapeno peppers
1 stick of celery
3 cloves of garlic
Mix the following spices for dump 1:
1 Tbsp onion powder
2 tsp garlic powder
2 tsp beef crystals
1 tsp of chicken crystals
1 Tbsp of Pacific Beauty Paprika
1 Tbsp of Mexene Chili Powder
1/2 tsp cayenne
1/4 tsp black pepper
1 package Sazon Goya
Mix the following spices for dump 2:
1 Tbsp of Mexene Chili Powder
1 Tbsp of Ancho Chili Powder
2 Tbsp Silver Cloud Light chili powder
1 Tbsp Silver Cloud dark chili powder
1 tsp cumin
1/4 tsp white pepper
Mix the following spices for dump 3:
1 tsp onion powder
1 tsp garlic salt
1/2 tsp cayenne
3/4 Tbsp Silver Cloud Light Chili Powder
1 Tbsp cumin*
1. Slowly sweat all veggies and then gray the meat in mixture and drain grease. 2. Slow boil meat in beef broth and 1 equal can of distilled water. 3. Add dump 1 and medium boil for 60 minutes. 4. Add dump 2 and medium boil for 45 minutes. 5. Add dump 3 and medium boil for 15 minutes. In last five minutes taste for heat — adjust as required.
I actually add two to three yellow devil's tongue peppers during the process beginning in dump 1 as well. I will only slightly put a puncture in them and just let them soak though. These are hot ass peppers. I grow chili peppers with seeds that I get from an online sight called pepper joe's.
Here is a pic of the yellow devil's tongue pepper. The next edit is another pepper that I grow that works better if you make it with boston butt other than brisket meat. It's the chocolate 7-pot chili pepper. Photo of this one is also provided. Both are over 1 million on the scoville unit scale though. Would really not dice the things.
Edit: I have just mixed and matched recipes from here and there so you can use whatever brands of the spices that you prefer honestly. These are just the one's that I like.
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by RATT 15 months ago
MR 50/50 recipe ( in honor of Danny Sheridan)
1/2 ground chuck
1/2 light kidney
1/2 dark kidney
1/2 regular diced
1/2 rotel medium
1 regular paste
1 pack of slow cooker chili spice
I nice unusual addition I used to add is smallish chunks of cut carrots .
Use creme fraiche always instead of sour cream
Beans do not belong in chili. That's just bullshit.
Bump to read later.
I like kidney beans in mine. Chili with no beans es no bueno
Seems like we have a new thread about this every six weeks, maybe this or another one should be pinned. Good eatin
This post was edited by cuznchips28 15 months ago
F it. I might make my chili today. I use half ground beef half ground pork
Wait, what? I dont think i have ever had chili without beans. In fact i would go so far as to say without beans it isnt chili.
Gotta disagree with you on this one. People from Texas never put beans in their chili so I understand where he is coming from. I'm not from Texas or anything, but it is sacrilege to put beans in chili in Texas.
I personally just don't like beans much so I tend to go that way. Texas did create chili though, so I would have to argue that chili is more authentic without beans.
Edit: MKat would you want to add this pitbull badge to your account that I had made?
This post was edited by RATT 15 months ago
Doing mine for the SB
People need to learn how to use the search feature, its so easy to use and one of my favorite parts of this site
They need to make it for mobile too, that is why most don't seem to know about it
^^canadian, possibly Al Qaeda imo
You two need to quit your crying. There are a whole lot worse threads than one's that provide some good recipes. I actually haven't seen one on chili in over six months.
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