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It is freeeeezing out today so I figured it was a good time to make chili. It's in the slow cooker right now and should be ready tonight. Here's the recipe, maybe you guys could posts yours up too.

2 lbs lean ground beef (boiled)
1 large canned chopped tomatoes
1 can kidney beans
1 can gorbanzo beans (chick peas)
4 celery stalks
2 onions chopped
4 cloves garlic
1 handful of pearl onions
1 cup chopped black olives
1 tsp chili powder
1 tbs cayenne pepper powder
1 cup water
2 tbs Vindaloo curry paste
1/2 tsp rosemary
4 bay leaves
 

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So, um, can you ship me sum?

Sounds guude!!

mR
 

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How hot is that recipe?

I'll let you know. This is the first time i've added the Vindaloo curry paste. I had it left over from an Indian dish I made the other week. I've got a radiation suit ready for when I open the lid. It's low fat cause I always boil the beef, and high in fiber with the gorbanzo beans. Olives add a nice flavour.


Edit: I tried an early spoonful just now.......WOW!!! Spicy!!!!
 

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I made chilli last night...Mine is a simpler.

First you have to have an ample supply of beer to drink before, while and after making the chili. (I had a few MGD in bottles last night.)

Brown
3 Lbs 93% course ground beef
(Do not drain the fat.)
1 packet Tones Chilli seasoning
sea salt, onion powder & garlic powder
Add
2 cans Hunt diced tomatoes with onions
1 large can Brooks chili beans w/ seasoning
1 can tomato juice
2 cups shreaded sharp cheader cheese

Simmera a while

Scoop out of the pot with a cup and add Oyster crackers.

That is it...
I can't take the hot stuff any more and don't like to cook much.
This works for me.

Rog
 

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I made Brunswick stew the other day, brought the crock pot full into work and it was gone in 20 minutes.


Never heard of boiling the beef to reduce fat? How long do you boil it for and do you season the water you boil it in? I thought about making some chili with ground turkey. :shrug
 

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Never heard of boiling the beef to reduce fat? How long do you boil it for and do you season the water you boil it in? I thought about making some chili with ground turkey. :shrug
I boil the beef until it is done. The fat rises to the top, and will surprise you at how much there is. No, I don't season the water as there is enough seasoning in the stew as it is. Boiling the beef is the only way to go if you are concerned at your fat intake (as I am).

I just snapped a pic. Man oh man, it's hot stuff. The great thing about cayenne pepper is, the longer you cook it, the hotter it gets.



EDIT: Just had a bowl with the wife. I am officially forbidden from making chili again. We went through a bag of milk between us and just devoured a couple of bowls of ice cream. That friggin stuff was delicious, but HOT!!!!
 

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I made Brunswick stew the other day, brought the crock pot full into work and it was gone in 20 minutes.

Never heard of boiling the beef to reduce fat? How long do you boil it for and do you season the water you boil it in? I thought about making some chili with ground turkey. :shrug
I got a real easy chili recipie I use turkey in... will post it below.

We went through a bag of milk between us and just devoured a couple of bowls of ice cream. That friggin stuff was delicious, but HOT!!!!
I didnt know milk came in a bag. Who woulda thunk??

try buffalo meat, its alot leaner, and tasty
I had a buffalo burger the other day. It was delicious. Highly recommend it.


My super quick and easy chili recipie crock pot style:

1 lb of ground lean turkey
3 cans of Bushs (or any other brand) chili beans in sauce
Chili Powder
Garlic
Salt
Black Pepper
Italian Seasoning
Parsley
Paparika

OPTIONAL:
Red Chili Flakes
Hot Sauce
White Pepper

Brown the ground turkey in a pan. Add the seasonings to taste. I usually put a quite a bit of chili powder in (until the meat is a noticably different color) and a decent amount of garlic (part Italian, whatareyagonnado???), couple good shakes of Italian, parsley, paparika and black pepper. Toss it in the old crock pot, dump the cans of chili beans in sauce on top and cook on low for 4-5 hours.

Alternatives:
Add red chili flakes, hot sauce and white pepper to get her good and hot.
Add more chili beans and sauce if you like more beans. If you do, add a little more spices.
Can be made in a regular pot and just cooked on low on the stove.

Also, this stuff can be eaten immediatly after you mix the stuff up. Takes about 20 minutes total. It just tastes better if you cook it all together a while longer.....
 

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i guess thats yankees poor excuse for chilli
 

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I made venison chilli a few weeks back.

it consisted of 4 lbs of burger
2 peppers
1 onion
2 large cans of kidnet beans
2 cans of chili beans
1 can of pork and beans
2 large cans of diced tomatoes
1 jalapeno pepper chopped
2 packets of mckormicks chili mix
tsp of crushed red pepper
ample amount of chili powder
4 cans of tomatoe sauce


yeah it rocked.
 

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beer sucks
 

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brown 1- 2 lbs ground elk
fry 1 lb bacon
chili powder to taste
lemon pepper to taste
garlic powder to tatste
2 large cans kunlers chili beans
1 can tomato sauce
1 diced bellpepper
1 diced onion
minced garlic
2 habeneros (i recommend rubber gloves when cutting burns my hands at least)
add bacon grease
slow cooker on low for 8 hrs
 

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I cook my Grandma's receipe...so simple and very old school.

Base:
1lb burger
1 very large onion
1 reg can kidney beans
1 large brooks hot beans
1 reg can cambells tomato soup
2 large cans diced tomato's (1 quart home canned preferred)
1 can tomato sauce

Spice: (to taste)
salt
dash pepper
hand smashed red pepper flakes
ton of chili powder
dash garlic powder

Very simple...but hard to beat. Quick to fix. Good stuff.
 
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