It's a chili sunday!!

Discussion in 'Recipes and Cooking' started by chili, Aug 30, 2009.

  1. It's a chili sunday!!

    A new 1 It turned out soooo good. It's for the public but MY bowl has GC in it would you expect anything else? GB4ME, PP you guys can kick it up a notch to your liking. I did. So here it is

    [SIZE=-1]This chile is not too hot and has great flavor.I say without beans it's great for chili dogs. It made enough for about 8 hungry people.[/SIZE]

    [SIZE=-1] 3 pounds New York steak, cut into small pieces
    1 pound ground chuck (15%)
    1 Link Linguisa sausage, small dice
    2 medium white onion,small dice
    2 Lg cans Kidney beans (I like lots of beans)
    1 Lg can Whole tomatoes (Progresso w/Basil) I cheated and used the maters from my garden....Romas!
    2 sm cans diced tomatos I cheated again and used early girls from my garden. MMMMMMMMMMMM
    8 Cloves garlic, minced
    3 Tablespoons Ground Coriander
    2 Tablespoons Mexican Oregano
    1 1/2 Tablespoon Ground Cumin
    1 Tbs Sweet Paprika
    1/8 tsp ground cinnamon
    2 TBS Kosher Salt
    1/4 tsp ground black pepper
    1 TBS Brown Sugar
    1 TBS Semisweet chocolate
    1 Chipotle chile, dried, left whole
    1 tsp Ancho Chile, powder (dump at last hr)
    1 tsp New Mex chile powder (dump at last hr)

    Chile base:
    2 ounces dried Ancho chile I used fresh fine chopped from my garden, I cheated again.
    1 ounce dried New Mexican chile
    1 dried chipotle or a GC you gals know what I mean LOL It adds a nice kick to the pot
    4 cups water (approx)
    [SIZE=-1]Chile Base:
    Remove stems and seeds from chiles (reserve ancho seeds if desired)*. Lightly toast in skillet. Add chiles to blender with water. Mix till well blended. Add water as necessary to keep it going. [/SIZE]

    In a large heavy pot, over med-high heat, Cook beef in batches and reserve on side. Add sausage and cook for one minute over med-high heat. Add onion and cook for a few minutes. Add garlic and cook for 1 min. Add meat back to the pot and add rest of ingredients (minus the beans) Cook over med-low heat and simmer for a few hours. [/SIZE]

    [SIZE=-1]An hour before serving, add rinsed beans and rest of cumin, oregano. Taste for seasoning (I added the two chile powders here) and simmer for one hour. This makes a pretty thick chili and may need to be thinned out. I used beef broth made from the steak bones and some vegies.

    [SIZE=-1]This is a chili to die for. I added chilis to my liking but it is made for YOU!! Kick it how you like it!! God Bless you[/SIZE]

    [SIZE=-1]Chili out n scarfing out!! LOL[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=-1]Today is the day God has made. Be glad and rejoice in it.[/SIZE]

    [SIZE=-1]TY Jesus for giving me the bounty to make this chili. YOU are so GOOD to me!! Amen
  2. NOW YOU KNOW!!!! I'm going to make this!!!!!!

    I can't wait until to make this one.

    Thanks Chili
  3. Dang!!! that's alot of ingredients..looks like you bought out the entire grocery store Matt.:p:p:p
    But what the hay, as long as it's good, is what counts and it does sound soooooo delish..ABSOLUTLEY!!!!!!
  4. Speaking of 'chili' - it was 37 degrees F. in my location this morning... I could have used some 'chili'...LOL... :D
  5. Pastor Gary, you must live in the mountains.:D:p
  6. That is my kind of temperature. I love the winter.

  7. Actually, this time of the year, my family and I are at our northern states Rectory in Wisconsin approximately 70 miles from the Upper Michigan border. As I mentioned before - Wisconsin has Four Seasons - June, July, August and Winter... :eek:

  8. I forgot to add a couple of those beautiful peppers you got there PUP :D next time

    Chili out

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