Chili

Discussion in 'General' started by BC, Dec 19, 2009.

  1. BC

    BC Well-Known Member

    So, with all this talk of snow and ice up north and it only getting a blustery 65 here, I'm feeling like making some chili. If you have a good recipe post it up.:beer:
     
  2. eggfooyoung

    eggfooyoung You no eat more!

    Good idea, I need a good chilli recipe. Other guys always bring it to work or the gun club and I've often thought about making some also.

    I have a bunch of goose I need to get rid of. Will that work for the meat?
     
  3. Keep Up

    Keep Up N 142

    agreed, we are making some elk chili tomorrow.... so hurry whoever!
     
  4. BC

    BC Well-Known Member

    Just add some ground beef too so it's not so rich.
     
  5. HPPT

    HPPT !!!

  6. jkhonea

    jkhonea Back Again

    Chili? Ehhh, not feeling that one tonight, but I am getting in the mood for some nice, hot gumbo. :up:
     
  7. CycleWorx Inc.

    CycleWorx Inc. Well-Known Member

    I make a pretty good chili but I dont have a recipe, I just go by what looks like enough. I use a mixture of 90/10 ground beef and ground deer meat, red, black, spicy chili, and kidney beans, red and green bell pepper, red onions, usually 2 jalapenos and 1 jabanero. I make a ton at a time so its not to spicy ut has an awesome flavor. Also, I let mine simmer over night.
     
  8. panthercity

    panthercity Thread Killa

    Bean? BEANS! You want effin beans with your chili, offer `em on the side!
     
  9. CycleWorx Inc.

    CycleWorx Inc. Well-Known Member

    I like my chili and my beans. If chili doesn't have beans in it than it not chili. I bet you like macaroni or spaghetti in your's don't you?
     
  10. Cannoli

    Cannoli Typical Uccio

    I like beans in my chili too! :beer:
     
  11. racrx451

    racrx451 Well-Known Member

    I like this one a lot!


    1 lb hamburger, browned & drained
    1/2 medium onion, coarsely chopped
    1/2 medium green pepper, coarsely chopped
    28 oz. can crushed tomatoes
    15 oz. can tomato sauce
    2 cups water
    1 1/2 tsp chili powder (or do half chili powder, half cayenne pepper)
    1/2 tsp salt
    2 Tbsp worcestershire sauce
    1 tsp dried oregeno (optional)
    1/4 tsp ginger (optional)
    1 envelope dry onion soup mix
    2 Tbsp brown sugar
    15 oz can black or kidney beans

    In a large dutch oven/skillet, cook hamburger until well browned. Removed meat and drain off fat. In the same pan, cook onion & green pepper over medium heat 5 minutes until tender. Add hamburger and all remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Reduce heat & simmer uncovered 1 to 2 hours, adding additional water if needed.
    Serves approx 6.
     
  12. Shenanigans

    Shenanigans in Mr.Rogers neighborhood

    I hear ya! I want me some real deal Texas chili! Just say no to beans!:beer:
     
  13. WERA74

    WERA74 Poser and proud of it!

    White guys trying to make chili??? LOL!

    Come on! I will make it easy for you. Go to the grocery store and get a packet of Carroll Shelby's honest to God Chili mix. If you have ground venison, use it. It's better than any beef for chili. If you don't have venison, ground buffalo or beef/pork mix will get you close. Follow the instructions but also add some Adobo and/or a packet of Sazon. Kidney beans are a necessity, as are stewed tomatoes w/chilis (Del Monte?). Let it cook for an hour or two then let it sit out overnight.

    Best damn chili you ever had, and it will taste like it was made by someone who speaks English as a second language.
     
  14. DonDDR

    DonDDR Well-Known Member

    I use regular meat, cheap streak something, not ground this or that.

    And the shelbys chili thing is good for novice chili cooks.
     
  15. Gigantic

    Gigantic Maverick Moto Media

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  16. beechkingd

    beechkingd Well-Known Member

    fixed Chili
     
  17. 50Joe

    50Joe Registered User

    I'm too lazy to cook. Dollar value menu chili from Wendy's does the trick when in need.
     
  18. Shenanigans

    Shenanigans in Mr.Rogers neighborhood

    the chili seasoning in the gold pack is great on fries!
     
  19. 50Joe

    50Joe Registered User

    Hmmm. Haven't thought of that. I'll have to try it. :up:
     
  20. panthercity

    panthercity Thread Killa

    You haven't spent much time in Texas, have ya'.
     

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