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Share your chili recipes.

>500g ground beef, sunflower oil, clarified butter, chili flakes, salt, freshly ground black pepper
Fry until brown
>1 sweet onion, 15g fresh oregano, olive oil to taste
Drain oil from ground beef, add onion, oregano, olive oil and simmer
>150g tomato puree, 150g tomato paste, 2 diced cloves of garlic, 1.5tbsp cumin powder, 1.5tbsp cilantro powder, 1tbsp chili powder, 0.5tbsp paprika power, 0.5tbsp cayenne pepper, 0.5tbsp powdered black pepper, beef broth
Add ingredients and add enough beef broth to just create a moist simmering surface, save the rest for later
>simmer 10 minutes with lid on pan
Stir and add more broth if needed
>simmer 10 minutes with lid on pan
Stir and add more broth if needed
>simmer 10 minutes and leave lid slightly open
Stir and add more broth if needed
>simmer 10 minutes and leave lid slightly open
Stir and add more broth if needed
>simmer 10 minutes without lid
Stir and add more broth if needed
>simmer 10 minutes without lid
>350g kidney beans, 150g pinto beans, 2 diced cloves of garlic, add masa harina and worcestershire sauce to broth (both to taste)
Add all or part of the broth to taste, add beans, and simmer 10 minutes without lid
>half a sweet onion, 1 diced clove of garlic
Add and simmer for 3 minutes

Serve and enjoy. I like eating it with shredded cheddar and nacho cheese chips. I always have my chili after fasting for a day and a half so I make a fucking shitload.
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>>18199079
8 lbs figs, destemmed.
6 cups sugar
2 lemons, sliced very thin
1 cup water
8 cloves

put the water, sliced lemons and cloves into a large pot, bring to a boil and simmer for 5 minutes. Add the sugar gradually, making sure it dissolves without scorching. Add the figs and cook until the figs are translucent and the syrup is beginning to sheet.

this is the best chili you will ever make, it has never let me down and is always a hit at parties. serve it with warm sourdough bread.
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>>18199143
ch-chili?
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you sound like a faggot, you're a faggot right? faggot.
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>>18199233
christ you're a faggot, faggot.
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They literally dont sell enough varieties of pepper in my country for me to make real chili
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what do you guys think of this recipe, can it be improved upon? It's made by a female italian cheff

Here's the cinema recipe of the day, a fast second course directly from the western "They Call Me Trinity" prepared by TV chef Benedetta Parodi. Sausage and beans eaten by Terence Hill.
Ingredients Sausage and Beans for 4 persons :
1 onion
1 clove of garlic
oil
red wine
1 cup tomato sauce
1 pound of sausage
salt
1 can of pinto beans
chili

Preparating Benedetta Parodi’s recipe for Sausage and Beans
Brown the onion in a frying pan with oil and garlic

Add the sausage, cut into pieces to fry
Sprinkle with red wine (or whiskey).
Add the beans and tomato sauce and stir with a wooden spoon.
Season with salt and pepper and add rosemary.
Continue cooking for about 15 minutes and serve directly in the pan.
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>>18199257
interesting
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>>18199079
add unsweetened coco powder, beer and smoked peppers are also good additions
>>18199143
>figs
>lemons
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Don’t do this
>Drain oil from ground beef,
And you won’t need to do this
>add… olive oil
>add enough beef broth
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>drain oil from beef
How to show you know fuck all about cooking in one phrase
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>>18199079
>1.5tbsp cilantro powder
congrats you just made curry
>worcestershire sauce
congrats you just made mince
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>>18199079
There is ZERO anchovy rich, allspice heavy bottled worchestershire in chili. You watching that idiot Ramsey or something?
And your added beef broth is going to include mostly salt, and aromatic flavors of celery, carrot, parsley and bay, if you didn't make it. So, yea, some soup flavors that aren't really Mexican. It's unnecessary. You browned your beef for flavor, so water or canned tomatoes are enough.

The best chili recipes feature the yumminess of different kinds of chilies. Buy a bag each of dried california chilies, dried ancho chilies, and dried guajillo, if possible.
If not possible to get dried chilies in your store or online, just buy ground ancho chile powder. Your dried chilies will be 1) toasted in a pan (optional), 2) soaked in cooking liquid or water, and then 3)pureed together in a blender

Brown your ground beef w/o butter, why butter? No, and you probably don't need to add ANY oil, as your ground beef is at least 10% fat already. It's less to drain later, if you don't add it up front. Patience, dude.

Blot out the rendered fat leaving just 1 Tbsp and your dry spices (chili powder, cumin, coriander powder, cayenne, mexican oregano (optional) salt, pepper) go into the oil, as well as any tomato paste if using.

I'm okay with some cornmeal if going to be a topping for like a chili dog, but for a bowl of chili, simple reduction is good enough for thickening. Someone will like having liquid available in the bowl to crush in some saltines or other toppings.
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>>18199856
>>18199721
you're really just draining off the water so you can actually brown the meat instead of boiling
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>>18199891
>So, yea, some soup flavors that aren't really Mexican
chili isn't mexican
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Here is a nice chili con carne recipe

Diced beef chick
dried peppers like ancho,guajillo
fresh peppers like jalapino and habanero
white onion
garlic
cumin
beef stock or beer

toast dried peppers and cumin seeds tthen soak for 20min drain water then put them in a blender with some beer and puree
in large pot sear all the beef annd set aside
saute onion, fresh peppers and garlic
add meat, pepper puree, and broth in and simmer for 2 houres
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>>18199967
beef chuck*
also a can of chipotle in adobo sauce is a great addition
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>>18199967
>No minced beef
>No kidney beans
Not real chilli
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>>18200013
real chili con carne uses diced beef chuck and has no beans
home style uses ground beef and beans
i like home style more, it just has more textures and flavors then steak in a pepper sauce texas style
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>>18199897
bingo
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>>18200013
kys

no, wait, burn down your trailer home, along with the recipe your fat midwestern housewife got at the church potluck for “chili” so that no one ever has to be embarrassed and ashamed by the bucket of hot dog topping you’re trying to pass off as “chili” again

then kys
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>>18199967
>>18199975

this is the way
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>>18200223
Never seen or heard of this. Maybe in your little village it's like that but no one else serves it like that. So it isn't real chilli.

>>18200362
You're aware like 99.999% of people who have cooked chilli before agree with me because they aren't pretentious redditors?
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>>18199079
>1 pound log of ground beef
>2 large cans of tomato sauce
>2 packets of McCormik original chili powder
>3 cans of kidney beans
>1 can of sweet corn
>Throw it all in a giant pot and cook it for 20 minutes
>Eat it on top of white rice

Its chili time
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Does anybody else add coffee to their chili? It adds an earthy, smoky flavor.
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>>18200387
99.999% of people believed the world was flat until someone guided them out of their ignorance
consider me your light in the darkness
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>>18200387
oh, shit, we have a europoor sighting

this is why you don’t find good Tex Mex in London
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>>18200470
No one eats it your way, even in the USA. You lost.
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>spray small pot with pam
>can of hormel chunky chili no beans
>slice up big slim jim into 1/2 pieces (cut in half then cut both pieces together)
>add
>put in habanero or whatever pepper
>heat on low with a tilted lid
>forget about it
>go back and stir, scraping up stuck on bottom stuff
pour in a non-plastic bowl and add on top of turkey dogs as needed, microwaving it for 30 seconds
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>>18199079
I have nothing to contribute but a question. Why are there so many people out there that claim that "real" chili doesn't have meat in it? Is that just something people say near my home? If it's true then "real" chili sucks.

Also the best chili is from Cincinnati. Fight me
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>>18200495
By big i mean length, the wider slim jims aren't as good.
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>>18200498
I've literally never heard that once, I don't think it's even regional you just know some retards. The no beans thing is something steers and queers get worked up about but doesn't have much relevance beyond that

real REAL chili doesn't even have tomato, it's just stewed chili peppers and beef but that's obscure at this point
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>>18200527
How do you stew that which has no water content? That sounds more fried, but tomatoes have so much liquid
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>>18200485
look, I don’t begrudge you for having to use cheap fillers…times are hard, and beef is expensive, and if you need to use beans to make your tummy feel good, have at it; you’re a winner in my book for being so thrifty, gold star for you
but no one with even the slightest amount of knowledge on the history of chile con carne (“chili” for all the white people in this thread) would dispute that it is made without beans. when you start adding table scraps, leftover rotisserie chicken, cinnamon (looking at you, Cincinnati) and all that other shit, it may be tasty, but it is absolutely no longer “chili” in any sense of the original term
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chili has 4 ingredients
dried beef
dried chilis
salt
water
thats it
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>>18200498
No they claim "real" chili doesn't have beans
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>>18200558
that was never true even on the trail, it was always a "whatever you had goes in the pot" stew
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>>18200615
i do like beans, i do like chili, i've liked chili with beans.
i'm a "no beans" purist, but in those times, they DID have the time and patience to soak beans every day for chili tomorrow. it seems plausible.
lets go back in time to ask them. do you have any crystals?
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>>18199079
about 750g 20% beef mince
1 litre beef stock
1 400g tin tomatoes
1 400g tin kidney beans
2 tbsp tomato puree
3 cloves garlic
1 onion, diced
4tbsp chilli powder
2 tsp cumin
2 tsp salt
1 tsp black pepper
1 tsp
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
1/8 tsp allspice
1/8 cloves

>dice onion and fry in 1 tbsp olive oil until brown
>add beef, turn heat to high
>cook mince for about 15 mins, enough time to evaporate the water and let the beef fry in its own fat
>turn heat to low
>add tomato puree and garlic
>stir continuously and cook for a minute
>add all the spices, repeat for 1 minute
>add stock, tomatoes and drained beans + 1 bay leaf
>simmer for 2 hours partially covered
>add the end you can add 1 tsp cocoa powder if you're feeling, and i cannot stress this enough, naughty
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>>18200539
>>18200558
like he says, I'm guessing beer was a reasonably common addition as well
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>>18200624
i wasn't talking about just beans cumin, cilantro, tomatoes, onions, garlic, black pepper and yes beans were all common
I was more often that a home would cook up a big batch of chili and sell it to travelers
they probably used a bunch of weird spices that nobody uses anymore
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>>18200657
>allspice
definitely trying that in my next chili
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The most satisfying chili I've had in the last 5~ years
small can of cinciatti chili where i added an extreme hot sauce. Slightly sweet, little spicy. I put it on cheap hotdogs.
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>>18199079
i use chef john's cincinnatti chili as a base because i love super thick "sandy" chili you can eat with a god damn fork if you wanted
>2 slices of bacon blendered into a paste, then fried until all the fat is rendered
after that frying is done you literally just throw all this shit in and cook it until it's as thick as you want it
>2 pounds ground beef
>6 ounce can tomato paste
>4 cloves garlic, minced
>1 yellow onion, diced
>1 green bell pepper, diced
>2 tablespoons chili powder
>2 teaspoons chipotle powder
>2 teaspoons ground cumin
>Eighth of a teaspoon ground cinnamon
>Fourth of a teaspoon cayenne pepper
>1 teaspoon ground black pepper
>1 teaspoon knorr caldo de pollo
>1 bay leaf
>1 can of kidney beans
>1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
>Half tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
>Half tablespoon Soy sauce
>6 ounces of beer (half a bottle)
>Half cup of water
i throw the meat in + all the liquids and mash it into a goopy paste just how i like it before adding all the other ingredients
if im feeling fancy i will put in some flour to make a bacon roux/gravy/whatever with the beer to really thicken up the final chili
but remember, the best chili is the chili you like the most, dont let anyone tell you otherwise
even if you like vegan tofu whole grain non gmo gluten free chili or whatever
after all, you are the big willy of your own chili
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>>18199079
I'm making chili right now, actually

>already pressure cooked beans in beef stock
>set aside
>pressure cooking beef neck bones currently
>going to remove the bones once it depressurizes
>also smoking 3 tomatoes, 1 red bell pepper. 1 large onion, several jalapenos, and several habaneros(probably only going to use one large habanero and one jalapeno for the chili, gonna give some of the smoked habaneros to my mexican neighbor, and use the smoked habaneros for jalapeno poppers)

>brown ground beef
>chop all the smoked vegetables
>depending on how the onions turn out after being smoked, might saute them first
>throw all of the above in my pressure cooker
>add can of stewed tomatoes and tomato sauce
>throwing mushrooms in there to see how it goes
>add black pepper, cumin, MSG, salt, onion, powder, 1 can neutral(not bitter) IPA, worcestershire sauce, balsamic vinegar
>pressure cook for a while, idk I'm winging it
>reduce if necessary, add tomato paste if necessary/to taste
>toward the end add thyme, cilantro, some additional herbs if desired
>add some spinach for fiber and micros, it reduces to nothing and is barely noticeable
>top bowl with cheese and a side of greek yogurt and/or sour cream
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>>18201078
oh yeah, forgot garlic
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Brown 2lb ground brisket, quick drain to preserve some juices if thats your thing.
Brown 1x sweet onion chopped in olive oil
Add 5x garlic cloves after onions are translucent.
Add one small can of tomato paste, add butter/oil if needed. Cook for 30 seconds. Add 6 cups beef broth and mix well. Bring to boil while adding your fresh diced tomatos(boil them, peel, de-seed and dice), add tomato sauce if thats your thing or more paste for a thicker broth.

Assuming you seasoned all your veggies during cooking with salt and pepper, add spices and mix.
The standard is some kind of fresh/dried herb, lots of cumin, lots of chili powder, a bay leaf or two and some paprika. You can add anything here and as long as you do enough cumin and chili p, you'll nail it.
Add choice of beans(buy them dry and make them, so much tastier)
Pinto and red kidneys.
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>>18199257
>for 4 persons
Ehh...I have a portion control problem dont i?
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>>18199257
>chili
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>>18199079
beef
chili powder
flour (to thicken)
garlic
onions
salt
pepper
oregano

all to taste.
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>>18201883
switch flour to masa
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>>18199079
chili con carne doesnt have meat in it ffs. americlaps are seriously idiots
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>>18201904
no
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>>18201906
>chili con carne
translated means
chili with meat
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>>18201912
yes
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>>18201917
no
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>>18202003
turquoise
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>>18199967
I'm finna do this but with brisket
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>>18199967
only one who gets it
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>>18200403
Sounds based.
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>>18200223
But what if I used diced chuck AND ground beef AND beans?
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>>18203470
more power to you
i use ground beef, Italian sausage and beans
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>>18199253
can't you order dried chilis though like amazon or whatever?
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>>18203561
you can but i have gotten mold peppers before
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>>18199253
What peppers can you get?
you can make decent chili with fresh bell and jalapeno and chipotle chili powder and cayenne powder.
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>>18204149
no you can't. at least ancho is required at the minimum.
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>>18204194
>ancho
thats just a dried poblano and they are basically a bell.
I thought it might just be the store bought ones so i grew my own and wasn't impressed
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>>18199079
get a bunch of those nice soft dry chilis from the mexican isle. boil in chicken stock after rinsing outside removing stem and seeds. Grind with stick blender then add some oregano and add to beef seasoned with cumin salt and pepper you browned in a pan. Braise and eat with tortillas or rice.
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>soup in this weather
absolute madman
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>>18204282
raw bell pepper is not even close to being a substitute for dried ancho
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>>18204685
true but my point was you can still make a good chili without it. Roasting them can add a lot of flavor to whichever pepper you have
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>>18205022
dried peppers are the main ingredient of chili. saying you can make good chili without them is like saying you can still make good carbonara without eggs.
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>>18199079
That sounds baller OP thank you
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>>18200557
You sound like a pretentious cunt, mate. And no one cooks it your way. That's reality.
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>>18200450
Yep, this and also a bit of dark chocolate kicks shit up a notch
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>>18201906
Here it is, the stupidest post in this thread.
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>>18206629
ah he posted it! /ck/ was doing so good and hadn't posted that in months
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>>18200450
How much?
Just a regular cup of joe dumped in?
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>>18207247
not him, i have used about a half cup but my coffee is very strong
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>Quorn mince
>Kidney beans
>Onion
>Bell pepper
>Chilli powder.

Delicious vegetarian chilli. Quick and easy too.
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>>18207445
>pork
I don't think so
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>>18207445
>>18207466
I'm shocked they're still allowed to sell haram food
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>>18207445
i don't speak let alone read what ever tat language is but im pretty sure it says kidney beans and corn
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>>18199079
Im making my first Chili today bros. I was hesitating because /ck/ memed out of it saying it was an american food.
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>>18199143
A very bold take on a chili con carne, very avant garde. And vegan, as any self respecting chili con carne should be! 9.5/10.
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>>18207570
whats you recipe look like? What ingredients are you able to get ahold of in your country?
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bump
chili pics incoming
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>>18199079
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So what is with the autism about beans being in chili?
I don't get why people care so much about poor people food.
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>>18204149
Bell peppers, bullhorn and some other sweet chilies, jalapenos, habaneros and other small hot chilies, and I recently did find a jar of Chipotle in adobo sauce.
Recipes I read often talk about poblano and dried smokey pepper and I have never seen one of those before
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>>18199079
>sunflower oil
dropped
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>>18209855
>Chipotle in adobo sauce
all you need + jalapenos, habaneros and bell
man if i can get me key board to stop floating ariunf the room ill uplad some pis
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>>18199079
>no beans
stopped reading there
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>>18199967
Pretty much this. But I tend to puree the fresh chili's and garlic, with the dried chili's. Also add lime to juice to give it a little acidity
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more of a home style chili
5 habanero
3 jalapeno
1 bell
1 large white onion
4 cloves garlic
3lbs 73% ground beef
1 can tomato paste
1 tiny can of tomato sauce
4 cans of diced tomatoes and green chilies
3tbsp chipotle chili powder
1tbsp cumin
1tbsp cayenne
2 cups beef broth and some extra water
and masa to thicken it up
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>>18199079
you dont need to add any oil or fat to the pan when you brown the meat in your first step. it such a waste since youre draining it anyway.
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>>18211226
Not OP
I use bacon fat to saute the onions and pepper and deglaze with wild turkey 101
they both add a ton of flavor to chili
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>>18200450
i add cocoa powder and a bit of cinnamon
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>>18212362
cocoa changes the pH
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Have any other anons tried lamb or pork? I once made a chili with one part chuck, one part pork shoulder, and one part lamb shoulder. It tasted good, but the lamb didn't cook as well as I'd hope and came out chewy.
Any anons have recipes or advice?
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>>18213680
i use Italian sausage...tastes great but i need to cook it separately but its a pain in the ass
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>>18213680
kebab chili? i'm intrigued
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>>18199079
simmer 10 minutes with lid on pan
Stir and add more broth if needed
>simmer 10 minutes with lid on pan
Stir and add more broth if needed
>simmer 10 minutes and leave lid slightly open
Stir and add more broth if needed
>simmer 10 minutes and leave lid slightly open
Stir and add more broth if needed
>simmer 10 minutes without lid
Stir and add more broth if needed
>simmer 10 minutes without lid


Lmao
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>>18213680
You are better off adding in good 2 chorizos
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>>18214976
way to out yourself as a no /ck/
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i got drunk and lost my ladle and now its a cocksucker to get my chili into my bowl
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>>18209784
Ignore it, stupid shit like people telling me that pineapple shouldn't go on my pizza. Fuck you man I'll have whatever I like on my pizza
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>>18217436
amen
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>>18217547
drop the carrots and add some garlic a minute before the tomato and bean, and then you're spot on
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>>18217681
i second this
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bump
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>>18209442
without fail
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>>18200387
>Maybe in your little village it's like that
The other anon is basically just telling you the official ICS definitions. The 'no filler ingredients like beans' principle definitely isn't some random little village's take.
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>>18199079
Broth or stock?
I suspicious of any recipe that uses soup as an ingredient.
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>>18209784
>So what is with the autism about beans being in chili?
It's a sign the person cooking the chili doesn't know what they're doing since the entire point of chili is to make it aggressively flavorful and inclusion of beans either means you made it weak enough for the beans to still be tasted or you made it strong enough but rendered the beans a pointless filler.
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>>18220132
you gotta put some kind of liquid in it so might as well be flavored liquid like beef stock
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>>18220154
at that point just put some hot sauce on a steak
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>>18220154
they're there for texture
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I like coco powder in my chili. It really adds umami :)
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>>18199079
>500g ground beef
Recipe in metric, stopped reading after that.
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>meat
>fry until brown
>add a bottle (750ml) of Hela Gewürzketchup
wa lah
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>>18199967
This but chicken stock instead of beef and dark ale as well. And I prefer shin beef to chuck but it's personal preference. What you end up is nice juicy tender chunks of beef in a thick, aromatic, rich and spicy stew. Then I just eat with plan tortilla chips and sour cream, or sometimes make a burrito.
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>>18223151
THat sounds good i'll give it a try, i'm the same with chips,sour cream but i also add a little cheddar
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>>18213631
As long as the chili doesn't turn basic as fuck
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>>18199257
I think it's not chili, on account of the fact there isn't as single goddamn chili in it.



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