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Old 04-16-2007, 12:41 PM   #1
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Cool The Official Recipe Thread

Welcome to the official recipe thread, please exchange recipes here.

I'll start with my Chilli recipe.

no pictures, just trust me when I say it's good.


Chili kit (Texas Pete or McCormick)

1 London broil, cut into cubes

2 lbs chopmeat

1 Onion, medium, chopped

10 cloves of garlic

2-8 oz cans tomato sauce

1 can crushed tomatoes w/jalapenos

2 cans beer

2 small can red kidney beans

Cheddar cheese

Green chilies (can) or jalapenos (optional)

Cayenne powder (optional)

Tabasco sauce (optional)


Slice the london broil into small pieces. place in a large bowl with paper towels, then fry up the chop meat. Brown the meat on medium heat and drain grease. Saute onion and garlic in oil in a big pot. When the onion is sauted, add all the cooked meat. Add tomato sauce and beer. Add beans. Add all the chili kit ingredients except the flour (mesa). You can throw that out. Add green chilies or jalapenos. Let simmer at least 1 hour. The longer the better. If the chili is overpowered by the meat add chili powder for flavor and color. Serve with shredded cheddar.

You can increase the amounts...typically it's a small london broil, to about 2-3 pounds of chop meat(typically chuck, but choose what you like.) I would increase the cans of tomatos to 2 16 oz cans or one 28 oz can.

This is not a traditional chilli by any count, and make a boat load of food...I usually serve it with a dollop of sour cream, some shredded chedder, and some corn chips...keeps well for a week in the fridge...enjoy!

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