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Old 11-30-2006, 12:56 AM
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Chili recipes

all right folks post up your chili batches
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I cant, or I would have to axe everyone here...
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Took first place in San Antonio some 18 years ago with my recipe... Don't think that is one that I would share... Tis safe to say that you definitely want to start with more then one type of meat (i.e. pork, beef or even venison and pork).... I use chipotle peppers (limit the number cuz they can be hot) and some diced green chilis... The right amount of red chile powder (not the brownish one), cumin, salt, pepper, lots o' garlic, onions, etc... Kinda put in the spices you like... You can sweeten it a bit if you like with molases or sugar/brown sugar... The rest of the stuff I put in mine is the "secret" ingredients but you guys have your own favorites and it will be good.... NEVER put beans in chili and make sure it's thick (this isn't soup or stew ya know)....

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No beans in the chilli?
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No beans in the chili!, Chili is chili and beans are beans.
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I think I'm the only Texan alive who likes beans in his chili.
Come on, someone pony up a good recipe!

And NOT off Google Stumpy!
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Did learn something while camping this year, running low on fresh water and used a couple cans of dr pepper to "cook down" the chili, sounds crazy but it was good, makes it sweet but not as sweet as molasis or brown suger.
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There is no actuall recipe for mine but..... it's so good people will eat it cold!

Five diff types of beans
Tomatoes, diced and home canned
roughly 3 lbs Hot Italian Sausage
roughly 9 lbs Elk Burger
green chilis
jalapenos
onion
Secret Seasonings
etc
etc
etc

basically everything but the kitchen sink!
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Now that one sounds Good Tiff.... Specially for those who were fortunate enough to go hunting this year (successfully) ... Perhaps next year I can update my own recipe with some elk burger ....

One of the other things you can use in place of water is coffee (I know it is mostly water, but tasty)...

I used to take the meat almost frozen and put it in the smoker at about 150 degrees until it got the right amount of real smoke flavor... Then chill it down again to dice and grind (really good stuff)....

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Old 11-30-2006, 07:24 AM
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Ken, think you could smoke ground meat?
Seems the same to me.
I do my smoking in a Treagar grill, runs on pellets, its sweet.
But it doesn't say anything about smokin preground meat, but I dont see why it wouldn't work. Just have to make sure it didn't fall through the grate
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