Chili Recipe

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  1. Headed to the store shortly. Lay your best chili recipe on me.
     
  2. Deanster

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    Lots of beans
     
  3. Cydar

    Cydar Well-Known Member

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    I don't have a best recipe but chili sounds pretty damn good this weekend.
     
  4. cstrunk

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    No
     
  5. cmjh10

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    Lots of meat, no beans.
     
  6. ISUAgronomist

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    Correct. :wink:

    (Walks away before Angie comes in to "correct" us)
     
  7. 3TrueFans

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  9. ThatllDoCy

    ThatllDoCy Well-Known Member

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    and then more beans. I prefer pintos over kidney beans, but doowutchyalike.
     
  10. iowast8fan

    iowast8fan Well-Known Member

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    I really like Wendy's chili, so I looked up a copycat recipe and turns out really really good.
     
  11. CyArob

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    Just make the whole thing beans.
     
  12. CyArob

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    FIFY
     
  13. ISUAgronomist

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    Bite me. Celery is awesome in chili.
     
  14. FDWxMan

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    The correct recipe includes brown sugar.
     
  15. urb1

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    Was just in a chili cook-off two weeks ago. Five entries and each had beans. No beans, and you may as well just have a bowl of broth.
     
  16. MrApathy

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    poke badgers with spoons
    red chili pepper flakes and lots of them
     
  17. whirlybirds

    whirlybirds Well-Known Member

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    3lbs of ground beef
    2 cans of roasted diced tomatos
    1 can of black beans
    1 can of pinto beans
    1 can of light red kidney beans
    1 can of dark red kidney beans
    2 28oz cans of tomato sauce
    2 cans of diced green chilis
    1 medium white onion
    2 jalapenos
    diced garlic
    salt, pepper, cumin, and chili powder to taste
    Then the most important step, SET IT AND FORGET IT!

    Set it and Forget it For Example of Audience Participation - YouTube
     
  18. cstrunk

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    Half beef, half venison. Beans are fine, just don't overdo them. Lots of tomato chunks. Bits of jalapeno's. Chili powder.
     
  19. jbindm

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    Canned chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. Toss them in a food processor and add as much to your chili as you can handle. They're not murderously spicy but they add some kick and a nice smoky quality.
     

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